Chris Kape, JAMCO Capital founder and CEO, discusses the hot topics of in-play sports betting and micro-markets in the US. The global pandemic may have irrevocably defined sport last year, but it has also been a period in which online sports betting was firmly established as a powerhouse in the US market. This year, 19 states, including New York and Texas, will vote on whether to legalise mobile sports betting, and around 8-10 of those markets are expected to open up before year-end.
Canadian women’s retailer Northern Reflections is poised to grow after a corporate and financial restructuring process that is being supported by JAMCO Capital Inc., a Vancouver-based venture capital firm.
Northern Reflections Limited, a leading provider of women’s fashion, announced today that it completed a corporate and financial restructuring with JAMCO Capital Inc., a leading venture capital firm, solidifying a positive go forward plan for the 35-year-old Canadian retailer.
If you don’t have the technology you don’t have a business in the igaming sector.
As much as any other digital industry, online gaming relies upon the harnessing of technological developments. There isn’t a single part of the business that doesn’t rely on cutting edge technology, from data to marketing, content to payments.
Federal Justice Minister David Lametti recently proposed legislation where, if passed, each of Canada’s provincial and territorial governments will be given the green light to regulate and license single-event sports betting, with the exception of horse racing, in their jurisdictions.
Anyone looking for the most unlikely of wagers at the start of 2020 may not have even considered looking at the chances of Canada’s current Liberal Party of Canada government embracing sports wagering by the end of the year. However, in the wake of a global pandemic, massive government stimulus packages, financial deficits, and rising debt, we have seen that in 2020 anything is possible.
Writing a cookbook that shared her love for “amazing pies” was something Jenell Parsons had always wanted to do.
And this year seemed like a pretty good time to do it.
“Spending the past nine years building my brand, opening multiple pie shops and starting to teach pie classes, it felt like the perfect time to share the recipes I have perfected over the years,” Parsons says. “Plus, when your dream publisher wants to work with you, it’s a no-brainer.”
PHILADELPHIA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Entercom Communications Corp. (NYSE: ETM) announced it has closed on the acquisition of sports data and iGaming affiliate platform QL Gaming Group (QLGG) in an all cash deal for approximately $32 million. The acquisition brings unrivaled data, analytics and insight-driven content to Entercom’s best-in-class sports broadcast stations, influential podcasts and RADIO.COM, the fastest growing digital audio platform in America.