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Ladbrokes in Spanish deal

Discussion in 'Sportsbook Information' started by jetset, Jan 8, 2007.

    Jan 8, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service

    Good opportunities in Spanish market liberalisation

    Ladbrokes has announced that it has entered a joint venture in Spain with that country's leading slot machine company Cirsa Slot.

    The British gambling group said the joint venture would soon apply for some of the new five-year betting licences being offered in Madrid, which started opening up its gambling market last month.

    The venture will also target other betting opportunities in the Spanish gambling market, which Ladbrokes estimated was worth Euro 29 billion (GBP19 billion) last year.

    "Sports betting is set to become an increasingly mainstream activity in Spain," said Cirsa Slot director Pablo Alcala.

    Cirsa Slot accounts for 9 percent of the Spanish slot machine market, with 90 arcades and slot machines in over 15 000 other venues. It is part of Spain's Cirsa Corporation, which also runs casinos and bingo halls.

    Since splitting from its parent Hilton Group last February, Ladbrokes has increasingly targeted markets outside Britain, last month winning 142 betting licenses in Italy and reported to be currently in negotiations to buy Gibraltar-based Internet gaming group 888.
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