Sale price finally been revealed for one of regional Qld’s biggest property sales

first_imgThe sale price for this amazing Mandalay home has finally been revealed.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by THE sale price, but not the buyer, has finally been revealed for one of the Whitsunday’s most impressive homes.Property records now reveal the former home property developer Neil Murray and his wife Denise at Mandalay, just near Airlie Beach has sold for $14 million.It also revealed a contract was signed for the deal in June, but it did not settle until late November.The buyer’s name has not yet been revealed. The stunning property was advertised for $25 million when it was first advertised in 2013.The 4114sq m property has a marina big enough for two 21m yachts, a helipad, climate-controlled wine cellar with dining for 12, six kingsize bedrooms, nine bathrooms and an infinity pool overlooking the Whitsundays.last_img read more

Fans Cheer FLOTUS and POTUS at College Football Championship Game

first_imgU.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the College Football Championship game in New Orleans on Monday, with LSU and Clemson set to face off. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump were cheered by the crowd as they walked onto the field of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and stood for the national anthem.President Trump was met with chants of “USA” at the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday https://t.co/4HmN2A10Vv— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) January 14, 2020 LSU took down Clemson 42-25. LSU finishes the season 15-and-0 and claims its first national title since 2007. President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were greated with cheers and chants of USA and left before the end. LSU fans are not only celebrating their College Football Playoff National Championship Game victory, they’re also trolling Clemson fans with an online fundraiser aimed at helping the South Carolina school buy a better looking mascot costume. The head is tiny….A tale of two Tigers: How Clemson and LSU got their mascots https://t.co/RTuZMiUEwt— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 13, 2020 Images of the two school’s mascots flooded social media last night as fans seemed to favor the outfit worn by LSU’s Mike the Tiger when compared against the duds of Clemson’s mascot, which is simply known as The Tiger.last_img read more

Kambi confident that strengthened commercial pipeline will overcome current trading woes

first_img Presenting its Q3 2017 trading update (period ending 30 September), Nordic Nasdaq-listed Kambi Group Plc has detailed a robust corporate performance despite trading against a tough Q3 2016 comparative period featuring the UEFA Euro 2016 Championships.Updating investors, Kambi sustained a positive period revenue performance of €14.8 million, which sees the sports betting platform supplier generate €43 million for its year-to-date trading.Despite the firm’s positive revenue momentum, Kambi continues to be affected by lower operating margin declines due to adverse sporting results recorded across its client portfolio. A lower group operating margin of 7% (2016: 21%), would see Kambi declare a period operating EBIT of €1.1 million (Q3 2016: €3.1 million).Closing its Q3 2017 trading period, Kambi governance would declare group profits (after tax) of €800,000 (Q3 2016: €2.7 million).Detailing operational highlights, Kambi governance stated that the firm continues to strengthen its commercial pipeline adding new regulated ‘teir1 clients’ to its portfolio including Colombia’s Corredor Empresial and Bulgaria’s National Lottery operator which has launched 7777.bg with Kambi as lead platform supplier.As the firm expands its commercial footprint and secures further platform supplier contract renewals with LeoVegas and Paf, Kambi CEO Kristian Nylén states that his firm has the capabilities to deliver long-term growth its current downturn.Kristian Nylén Kambi CEO commented on Q3 2017 corporate performance “In many ways, Q3 could be viewed as a springboard quarter for Kambi. I’m pleased to report Kambi was able to continue its progress, with operator turnover rising 16% year-on-year versus a period which included the final stages of Euro 2016 and the Olympic Games.“Furthermore, this growth was delivered in the context of an unusually high operator margin of 7.5%, and means our margin for the first nine months of the year is 6.6% – a figure which falls within our projected annual range of 6.5-7%. This strengthens our belief that while margins will fluctuate due to the outcome of sporting events, we don’t see any long-term trends that suggest any continued downward pressure.”“The period saw us face a particularly tough revenue comparative in terms of both an equally strong trading margin in Q3 2016 and the impact of the 888sport contract renewal. Despite these factors, we still managed to post revenues on a par with Q3 last year.”“I’m pleased that I can once again say we have signed a new partner, this time in the shape of Bulgaria’s National Lottery, the country’s largest privately-owned gaming operator. This represents the seventh consecutive quarter in which Kambi has added a new customer. We will provide National Lottery’s online 7777.bg brand, a market leader in gaming products, with our Sportsbook. Kambi is delighted to have been chosen by National Lottery and we expect to launch during the current quarter.” Kambi takes control of Churchill Downs BetAmerica sportsbook August 28, 2020 Kambi and DraftKings agree on final closure terms July 24, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Submit Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020 Share Sharelast_img read more

Spelinspektionen warns Swedish players of red lines on self exclusion

first_img StumbleUpon Sweden’s new gambling regulatory authority Spelinspektionen has issued a stern warning to new online incumbents, stating that licences will be withdrawn if self-exclusion standards/policies are not met.The Swedish regulator, which revamped its operational set-up in 2018, has stated that it will simply not tolerate operators’ disregarding Spelpaus.se ( translation – ‘game-break’) provisions, made mandatory under Sweden’s new online gambling licensing framework.Launching Sweden’s re-regulated online gambling marketplace on 1 January 2019, Spelinspektionen was left embarrassed as news sources reported that a tenth of new online incumbents had failed to indicate Spelpaus.se self-exclusion provisions.Issuing an immediate response, Spelinspektionen governance states that it is monitoring all new incumbents closely, demanding that they comprehensively reference Spelpaus.se, or face record penalties, suspensions, including potential license terminations.Entering a critical 2019 for all Swedish gambling stakeholders, Spelinspektionen states that self-exclusion violations will be treated as a red-line in its regulatory capacity.Led by Director General Camilla Rosenberg, Spelinspektionen (formerly Lotteriinspektionen) has moved to expand its operational capacity, employing a further 50 full-time employees dedicated to monitoring Sweden’s new gambling marketplace.In November 2018, Katarina Abrahamsson Spelinspektionen Integrity & Legal Officer delivered a media presentation outlining the internal and external changes the regulatory body would undertake in 2019, restructuring Swedish gaming entirely for online and land-based verticals. Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 Submit Global Gaming adds sportsbook extension to Ninja property August 25, 2020 Soft2Bet continues new market drive with Irokobet launch August 26, 2020 Related Articles Share Sharelast_img read more

LeoVegas puts forward Per Norman to lead new-look board

first_img Share Submit Share New Malta hub to power William Hill’s ‘digital multi-market’ vision March 5, 2019 StumbleUpon Related Articles Mr Green demands UK Casino publishers stop advertising February 4, 2020 William Hill closes Stockholm Gametek office July 1, 2020 LeoVegas AB has confirmed that it will propose a number of corporate changes at the firm’s upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM), scheduled for Friday 8 May 2020.This morning, LeoVegas published the firm’s 2020 AGM agenda, which included a number of significant boardroom level appointments.    Top of the agenda, LeoVegas’ Nominations Committee will propose to corporate shareholders the appointment of Per Norman as new company Chairman.An industry figurehead, Per Norman is the former Group Chief Executive of MRG Group (2015-2019), the fast-growth multi-market online gambling operator acquired by William Hill in 2018 for £245 million.Since exiting MRG, Norman has served as Chairman of Scandinavian esports entertainment platform Gamingzone AB and as a board member of Green Jade Games and Sverige Television Aktiebolag. LeoVegas will further propose the appointments of IT expert Carl Larsson and Torsten Söderberg as new company directors supporting Norman’s Chairmanship.Carl Larsson is the former enterprise co-founder of DigitalRoute, a leading supplier of digital IT systems for large-scale enterprises. Torsten Söderberg is a former member of the board for Cherry Gaming and Stingbet. The Nominations Committee has also put forward the appointment of University of Uppsala Professor Mathias Hallberg PHD as a company director advising LeoVegas on social responsibility and safer gambling directives. LeoVegas also confirmed that Mårten Forste and Tuva Palm have declined re-election to the board which will be limited to seven directors.last_img read more