Month: August 2021

Month: August 2021

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Casino & games MetroNews added that the casino at the Greenbrier resort is likely to be the next, followed by Delaware North properties in Nitro and Wheeling along with Mountaineer Racetrack and Casino in Chester. These could be operational by mid to late October. Email Address The official opening ceremony for the sports book at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races in Jefferson County is set for Saturday, to time with the start of the college American football season, but a soft opening was made yesterday (Thursday). West Virginia has become the latest US state to launch legalised sports betting, with a local politician stating its law can be a model for others to follow in the United States. “We have really done it right in this state and certainly Pennsylvania and others, if it’s going to be successful in their states, they need to look at what we did and model after us,” Barrett said, according to the West Virginia MetroNews website. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 31st August 2018 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Marketing & affiliates Sports betting West Virginia has charged $100,000 licensing fees to the five casinos that will offer sports betting, with a 10 per cent tax on adjusted gross receipts. The state became the first to legalise sports betting, with the West Virginia Lottery Sports Wagering Act approved two months before the Supreme Court overturned the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act in May. However, Delaware, New Jersey and Mississippi already have casinos ready for wagering. Its sportsbook will be supported by William Hill, which said this month that it had signed sports betting partnerships with 11 casinos in Mississippi and a casino in West Virginia, with talks ongoing with operators spread across a further 14 US states. Politician claims state’s law can be a model for others Regions: US West Virginia Hollywood Casino this month became the first gambling premises in West Virginia to obtain a licence to offer sports betting services in the state. This saw Delegate Jason Barrett, D-Berkeley, place the first bet, putting down a $50 (£38/€43) futures wager on the West Virginia Mountaineers to win the national championship at odds of 60-to-1. Sports betting launches in West Virginia MetroNews added that while a legislative estimate predicted additional revenue to the state of $5.5m from sports betting in the first year, the West Virginia Lottery Commission is projecting revenue of between $9m and $17m. While Hollywood Casino becomes the first premises to have sports betting in place in time for the college football season and the start of the new NFL campaign on September 6, others are set to follow suit.last_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_img Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Slot Machines Gaming platform and services provider Nektan has reported a 5.9% year-on-year increase in revenue for the third quarter of its financial year, though noted that performance in the period was impacted by a number of factors.While revenue for the three months ended March 31 was up from £5.1m (€5.9m/$6.7m) in the prior year to £5.4m, this represented a 15.6% decline from the second quarter of the current financial year. The supplier only released figures on revenue, staking and customer numbers in its trading update, meaning there was no update on its bottom-line performance.As Nektan mentioned in its results for six months ended December 31, 2018, this was down to factors such as seasonality, tighter UK regulations around player marketing and verifications and a delay in its Swedish operating licence being granted.These issues impacted its core white label operation, with B2C net gaming revenue down 17.7% year-on-year and flat sequentially at £5.1m. First time depositors were down 12.2% from the prior year at 31,914, and down from the 36,328 reported in Q2, while customer stakes fell 1.0% from FY2018 to £141m, a 16.0% month-on-month drop.A further 10 white label clients were signed up during the quarter, with 152 sites currently live.Despite the B2C division’s struggles, Nektan’s board said that it expects to see an improvement in trading in the final quarter of its financial year.“As reported in our interim results announcement on 25 March 2019, whilst the headlines revenue figures are slightly down on Q2, our growing portfolio of partners means that we do not expect a repeat of what was a quiet period by historical standards,” the supplier’s chief executive Lucy Buckley said.While B2C struggled, Nektan’s nascent B2B arm reported another record quarter of growth, albeit from a low base. B2B revenue was up 322% year-on-year to £0.4m, a 75% quarter-on-quarter improvement.The supplier currently has 10 B2B partners live, and distribution deals signed with seven additional partners, including Bede Gaming. All of these are set to launch over the three months ended June 30, 2018. It has also struck a platform and content distribution deal with Addison Global’s MoPlay brand, with Nektan noted that the division was growing rapidly as a result of its integration speed and breadth of premium third party content it offers.The range of content across both B2B and B2C division has continued to increase, with 834 games available by the end of Q3, up from 750 in Q2, from 38 games providers.“Q3 has been another record quarter of growth for our rapidly emerging B2B business. We continue to see strong demand for our award-winning casino technology as evidenced by the signing of 7 significant B2B partners during Q3 FY19,” Buckley said. “Having achieved EBITDA break-even in H1 of this financial year, a key achievement for Nektan, we remain on track to be break-even in FY19.”Nektan’s US subsidiary Respin LLC soft-launched its Class II and III mobile on-premises product with a major, unnamed, operator at one of its properties in California, with a deal also struck with another venue in the state.The division is currently in the process of being sold, with an unnamed investor working towards acquiring a majority stake in Respin. Email Address Regions: Asia Europe US Gaming platform and services provider Nektan has reported a 5.9% year-on-year increase in revenue for the third quarter of its financial year, though noted that performance in the period was impacted by a number of factors. 5th April 2019 | By contenteditor “Developments on the sale of our majority stake in the US division Respin are progressing and we expect to conclude this shortly and before 30 April 2019,” Buckely said. “This transaction will mean us maintaining a material stake in the emerging US market while removing the cash burn of this business.“As a result of that deal, the other inter-conditional transactions, namely the fund raising and CLN conversion, are due to complete as well, putting Nektan in a very strong position to capitalise on our global growth prospects.”center_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Casino & games Finance Strategy Slots Table games Casino & games Nektan expects Q4 improvement after Q3 struggleslast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_img US sports data company Stats has completed its acquisition of digital content provider Perform to create a new entity that will operate under the Stats Perform name. The companies completed the regulatory and closing requirements to close the deal agreed in April today. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Sports betting AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 15th July 2019 | By Daniel O’Boyle US sports data company Stats has completed its acquisition of digital content provider Perform to create a new entity that will operate under the Stats Perform name. The data specialists completed the regulatory and closing requirements to close today. The acquistiion, for an undisclosed sum, was agreed in April this year.The Perform business was created from Perform Group’s B2B assets in September 2018, with the supplier’s online streaming business DAZN spun off as a separate entity. The Perform business provides a range of data-related services for the betting and sports media sectors, including the Opta, RunningBall and Watch&Bet brands. The merger was announced days after Perform sealed was named an authorised betting data distributor for Major League Baseball (MLB). Perform also collects and distributes data from other major sports league from around the world via RunningBall, including football’s English Premier League and LaLiga in Spain.Stats Perform chief executive Carl Mergele said he believed the combination of STATS’s AI technology and Perform’s databases will create many opportunities for Stats Perform’s partners.“Through AI we are able to discover hidden patterns in sports. This allows us to better understand the complexities of a game and project those patterns forward to predict future outcomes,” Mergele said. “The combination of Stats Perform will give us greater ability to extract new insights and context.”Read the full story on iGB North America. Stats closes Perform acquisition Email Address Topics: Sports betting Tech & innovationlast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_img Topics: Finance Sports betting Tech & innovation Horse racing Kambi benefits from US expansion in H1 Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Finance Email Address Regions: Europe US Nordics Sweden New York Pennsylvania Sports betting solutions provider Kambi has reported a 25.3% year-on-year increase in revenue for the first six months of 2019, with the business boosted by its customers launching in Pennsylvania’s online wagering market. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sports betting solutions provider Kambi has reported a 25.3% year-on-year increase in revenue for the first six months of 2019, with the business boosted by its customers launching in Pennsylvania’s online wagering market.Revenue grew to €42.6m (£38.0m/$47.5m), aided by a trio of launches in the regulated Pennsyvlania market in the three months ended June 30, 2019.Having processed the first legal online bet in New Jersey in the prior year, Kambi achieved the same feat in the neighbouring state, with Rush Street’s PlaySugarHouse.com site.Kambi also supplied the sports betting technology for the second and third brands to launch in the market, Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment’s Parx Casino and Rush Street’s BetRivers.com.“It was during Q2 last year that the US Supreme Court decided to repeal the country’s federal sports betting ban, a judgment I said at the time would create significant business opportunities for Kambi,” the supplier’s chief executive Kristian Nylén said. “Looking back over the past 12 months, I’m proud to say we’ve built a robust US-facing business with a fantastic portfolio of partners, and I continue to have great confidence in our future prospects.“As the number of regulated states steadily increases over the coming years, so too will the number of attractive opportunities,” he continued. “The fact Kambi has proven its ability to deliver in the US, coupled with our ongoing US investments in people and products, puts us in a good position to convert the best of these opportunities.”It also supported William Hill’s launch in the regulated Swedish market, after the operator rebranded the Redbet.se site, acquired through its purchase of MRG Group, in late April. According to Kambi’s Turnover Index, operator turnover was up 26% year-on-year.The second quarter also saw Kambi strike a long-term supply agreement with igaming startup BetWarrior, which aims to launch in Latin American and European markets. A roll-out is expected before the end of 2019.Finally, the supplier expanded its partnership with Bulgarian operator National Lottery JSC, to continue powering its 7777.bg site and launch in the Moldovan market.Over the six months to June 30, personnel expenses rose 32.8% to €16.9m, with the supplier’s headcount increasing to 771 full-time employees. Amortisation expenses climbed 12.9% to €4.6m, with other operating expenses growing to €16.0m.This left an operating profit of €5.1m, up 17.2% year-on-year. After investment income of €19,000 and finance costs of €306,000, Kambi posted a pre-tax profit of €4.9m.Once income tax of €1.3m was paid, profit for the first half stood at €3.6m, up 11.2%. After a currency translation adjustment of €749,000 was factored in, income stood at €2.8m, up 4.3% year-on-year.For the second quarter of the year, revenue was up 22.7% at €21.6m. After increased staff costs (€8.6m), amortisation (€2.4m) and other operating expenses (€8.1m), operating profit was up 4.5% at €2.5m. Profit for the quarter was down 4.6% year-on-year, as a result of higher finance costs, of €149,000, and income tax of €813,000.After a €659,000 foreign exchange loss, comprehensive income for the quarter was €921,000, down 30.8% year-on-year.Following the end of the quarter, Kambi agreed an extension of its existing partnership with Rank Group, which will see it continue to power the operator’s Grosvenor Casino-branded sportsbook, and expand into the Spanish market via the Enracha brand. It has also revised its contract with Stanleybet in Romania, shifting the deal to an online-only agreement after cancelling a bespoke platform development for the retail offering.Kambi also achieved another US first, processing the first legal land-based bet in New York State, for its partner Rush Street’s Rivers Casino property in Schenectady.“This remains an exciting time for Kambi and I look forward to seeing what the second half of the year,” Nylén said. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops Race Track and Racino 24th July 2019 | By contenteditorlast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_img Affiliate giant Catena Media has reported a year-on-year increase in profit for the third quarter, despite also experiencing a decline in revenue during the period.Total revenue for the three months thought to 30 September came in at €26.4m (£22.5m/$29.2m), down 5% from €27.7m in the corresponding period last year. Organic growth excluding paid revenue also slowed down by 10% in Q3. However, the Q3 figure represented an 11.4% improvement on the second quarter of the year.Catena noted year-on-year declines across all areas of the business, with search revenue, its primary source of income, slipping from €23.7m on Q3 of 2018 to €23.1m this year. Paid revenue also fell 22.2% from €3.6m to €2.8m, while subscription revenue slipped 25.0% from €400,000 to €500,000.Revenue from revenue sharing arrangements accounted for 42% of overall revenue in the period, while revenue from cost per acquisition comprised 43%, fixed fees 13% and subscription revenue 2%.Catena saw an increase in cost per acquisition due to the growth in the US, which involved mainly cost per acquisition deals. The business also noted that 82% of all revenue in Q3 was generated from locally regulated or taxed markets.In terms of overall operating expenses for the quarter, spending was up 12.7% year-on-year from €16.6m to €18.7m. Personnel costs were the main outgoing for Catena, with this rising 23.9% to €5.7m, primarily as a result of investment in the US market to support growth plans.Direct costs related to paid revenue were up 19.4% to €3.7m, due to more spend in pay-per-click (PPC) in the US market, while depreciation and amortisation costs were up 56.5% to €3.6m. However, other operating costs were down from €6.4m to €5.6m.Despite lower revenue and higher spending in Q3, profit before tax was up by 47.1% from €8.7m to €12.8m. This rise was primarily due to higher gains on financial liability, with this amounting to €6.8m, compared to just €750,000 in Q3 of last year.After paying €920,000 in taxes, profit after tax climbed from €8.1m to €11.9m. However, earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) slipped 11% from €35.9m to €32.0m, while adjusted EBITDA excluding non-recurring costs also down 15% to €32.2m.“After three consecutive quarters of decline, I am happy to announce a trend shift in third-quarter revenues, which increased by 11% compared to the second quarter, making it the third-best quarter in the history of the company,” Catena’s chief executive Per Hellberg said.“Major growth came from the United States, now representing 17% of our total revenues year to date. Strong performance from our core product AskGamblers and Japan also contributed positively to this quarter’s development.“The European Casino segment, which has been in decline since the third quarter last year, levelled out this quarter and several products started to show positive growth in traffic and revenues.”Looking ahead to Q4 and beyond, Hellberg added: “With growth supported by our products in the United States, AskGamblers and Japan, I’m confident that the efforts we have taken are pointing us towards a bright future. But first we need to close this year.“With the current momentum, the product improvements we have made, together with the market expansion, it looks promising for the fourth quarter.” Profit up at Catena Media despite revenue decline in Q3 Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 18th November 2019 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Financecenter_img Tags: Online Gambling Affiliate giant Catena Media has reported a year-on-year increase in profit for the third quarter, despite also experiencing a decline in revenue during the period. Topics: Finance Email Addresslast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_img Topics: Casino & games Lottery Sports betting Tech & innovation Video gaming Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Bosnia-based igaming solutions provider NSoft has announced that it will offer its portfolio of virtual and draw-based games free of charge to help operators mitigate the impact of novel coronavirus (Covid-19) on their businesses.The supplier acknowledged that the pandemic was likely to have a “tremendous” impact on the industry, and was therefore looking to help land-based operators accelerate their shift online through the gesture.It will see all virtual sports, such as football, horse and dog racing, stock car racing and basketball, as well as draw-based titles including Keno 20/80 and Lucky Six available for no cost between 1 April and 1 June this year.“This means no setup fees, no minimum monthly fees and no monthly revenue share invoices for two months,” NSoft noted.“We have always taken pride in our work with all our partners across the globe and we have always tried to be there for them when they need us,” NSoft senior vice president of sales and business development Ivan Rozic explained. “During these gloomy times, we literally want to put our money where our mouth is.“All our current and new partners using our virtuals online will not be charged a single Euro from 1 April to 1 June. Hopefully, we will get through this together and end up being even stronger.”Interested parties have until 31 March to sign up for the offer. Bosnia-based igaming solutions provider NSoft has announced that it will offer its portfolio of virtual and draw-based games free of charge to help operators mitigate the impact of novel coronavirus (Covid-19) on their businesses. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Video Gamingcenter_img NSoft to offer virtuals and draw-based games free of charge Casino & games 18th March 2020 | By contenteditor Email Addresslast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Tags: Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Strategy William Hill has named Matt Ashley as its new chief financial officer, while the bookmaker has also brought in Flutter Entertainment’s Stephen Parry as chief operating officer.Ashley will take on his new role and join the William Hill executive board on 6 April, replacing Ruth Prior who in January announced that she would step down from the position.William Hill in February revealed Adrian Marsh as Prior’s replacement, but last week announced that Marsh had chosen to remain in his current position with international packaging business DS Smith due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.Prior will continue as CFO until William Hill’s annual general meeting on 15 May, working with Ashley during the intervening period to help ensure a smooth handover.Ashley will join William Hill from international transport provider National Express, where he most recently served as group business development director. He was also a member of the National Express board for five years.Meanwhile, William Hill had also announced that Stephen Parry will take on the role of chief operating officer later in the year.Parry will join the bookmaker from Flutter Entertainment, where he has been serving as integration director, leading the integration of the business with The Stars Group, with which the Paddy Power and FanDuel operator is in the process of merging. The deal, announced in October last year, was cleared by the UK Competition and Markets Authority this week.“These two key appointments reinforce our focus on building a high calibre team; Matt and Stephen bring significant strengths to the company,” William Hill’s chief executive Ulrik Bengtsson said.“Matt has a wealth of international financial and US experience as well as being an experienced CFO of a FTSE 250 Listed company. Stephen comes with a first-class track record of driving digital change, operational focus and customer experience in senior roles at Vodafone and Flutter.” Topics: Strategycenter_img William Hill appoints new finance and operations chiefs 2nd April 2020 | By contenteditor William Hill has named Matt Ashley as its new chief financial officer, while the bookmaker has also brought in Flutter Entertainment’s Stephen Parry as chief operating officer. Email Addresslast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_img 888 revenue grows in 2019 but regulatory costs hit profits Tags: Online Gambling AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Revenue for 888 holdings increased to a record high of $560.3m in 2019, but profits fell as gaming taxes and other expenses increased. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Revenue for 888 Holdings increased to a record high of $560.3m in 2019, but profits fell as gaming taxes and other expenses increased.The operator made $560.3m (£447.6m/€512.5m) in revenue, up 5.7% year-on-year. 888 said that revenue from regulated and taxed markets represented a record $414.6m of this total in 2019.The vast majority of its revenue – $530.5m – came from B2C operations as the operator signed up more than 1m new customers during the year.The remaining $29.8m came from B2B solutions, down 41.1% year-on-year. Much of this decline was due to the fact that Costa Bingo games were counted as B2B revenue in 2018, but became part of B2C revenue after 888 acquired JPJ Group’s Mandalay business, including the Costa Bingo brand, for £18m (€20.6m/$23.3m), in February 2019.Of the $530.5m in B2C revenue, casino was by far the largest source, contributing $359.3m, up 13.1%. Sport followed with $90.0m, up 12.2%, while poker revenue declined 12.9% to $42.7m . Bingo revenue, thanks to the Costa acquisition, rose 18.8% to $38.5m, though revenue in this vertical fell 3% on pro-forma, if the acquired business’ contribution was not counted.The UK was the largest market in terms of revenue, at $204.1m, up 20.4%. Spain contributed $60.9m in revenue, down 10.3%. The rest of Europe brought in $231.2m, up 1.0%, while the Americas brought in $51.7m, up 7.0%. Revenue from other markets around the world fell 12.9% to $12.4m.888 noted noted “outstanding growth” in Italy, including a 181% increase in poker revenue from the market. In the UK, sport revenue grew 44% year-on-year, while customer acquisition rose 41% in Romania and 15% in Denmark.888’s operating expenses came to $147.5m, up 7.0%. 888 said that this was largely due to streaming costs for sports, and new regulatory requirements in customer screening, though it said that personell costs fell, offsetting some of this increase.Gaming taxes and duties rose 36.4% to $95.5m, with the increase in Remote Gaming Duty in the UK, from 15% to 21% from April 2019, accounting for $15.3m of this increase.Sales and marketing expenses increased 4.4% to $161.8m, though 888 noted cost per acquisition declined, while research and development expenses grew 8.5% to $35.6m, mostly due to acquisition of the BetBright Sport platform in March. Administrative costs grew 25.6% to $34.3m.This resulted in earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of $85.6m, down 20.1%.“Despite the headwinds of significantly increased gaming duties and challenging conditions in some of our global markets, 888 delivered a resilient financial performance during 2019 reflecting the strength of our unique combination of technology, compliance and diversification across regulated markets,” 888 chief executive Itai Pazner said.After adjusting for reporting differences due to International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 16, EBITDA came to $92.1m, down 14.0%.The operator incurred $12.6m in depreciation charges, up 137.7%, $19.6m in amortisation costs, up 30.1% and a further $6.7m through financial costs. This resulted in post-tax profit of $53.2m, down 38.7%.After paying out $5.4m in share benefits, down 39.4% and adjusting for a $2.3 loss in exceptional items and a $10.7m VAT refund in 2018 and a $9.3m gain the same year due to re-measurement of 888’s interest in joint ventures.This resulted in a net profit of $45.3m, down 58.3%.On 24 March, 888 issued an update on the effects of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) on its revenue in 2020, noting that it had seen a rise in customer activity across its casino and poker services, but warning that its sports betting business is likely to suffer as a result of cancelled events worldwide.The operator said average daily revenue grew 18% on the comparable prior year period. Casino and sport verticals both saw average daily revenue increase 24% on the previous year. New customer acquisition across the group’s B2C business was 20% higher year-on-year, while B2C average daily deposits climbed 32%.“We entered 2020 with a record level of customers and the trends reported in our update on 24 March 2020 have continued in the year to date,” Pazner said. “The Board is closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on 888 and its customers.“We continue to recognise that with people spending more time at home and with increased levels of stress and economic uncertainty, 888’s unwavering commitment to preventing gambling related harm is even more important than ever. We are proactively communicating with our customers to provide information on safer gambling and, where necessary, offer support.”center_img 15th April 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Topics: Casino & games Finance Email Address Casino & gameslast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_imgSports betting Sports data and technology supplier, Stats Perform, announced it has secured the long-term official betting data rights for the United Soccer League (USL) competitions. Sports data and technology supplier, Stats Perform, announced it has secured the long-term official betting data rights for the United Soccer League (USL) competitions.The deal covers the USL’s two professional leagues, the USL Championship and USL League One.Stats Perform will supply the data to licensed sportsbooks and daily fantasy operators. It follows the supplier’s announcement in January this year that it had secured the exclusive official data rights to Major League Soccer (MLS), as well as US men and women national team games.The deal will see Stats Perform provide game, team and player data for over 1,000 USL soccer matches per season. There is potential to add more competitions beyond USL Championship and League One.Stats Perform chief rights officer Alex Rice commented: “Soccer is the undisputed biggest betting sport in the world, which means hundreds of licensed sportsbooks and millions of bettors trust us to power their entertainment by collecting data with the utmost professionalism and integrity. Our data collection team is the best in the world at what they do and we’re delighted to have been selected by the USL to deliver the best possible betting experiences across their competitions.”Read the full story on iGB North America. Regions: US 3rd July 2020 | By Conor Mulheir Topics: Sports bettingcenter_img Stats Perform secures USL betting data rights Email Address AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more


Month: August 2021

first_img The Gambling Review Podcast: Episode 4 Email Address In this week’s episode, Dan discusses the government’s review of the Gambling Act with Clean Up Gambling founder, Matt Zarb-Cousin, who argues that the British public wants to see serious gambling overhaul and adds that the industry must accept campaigners for reform reflect a more measured view than the public, rather than being prohibitionist.Podcast: Play in new window | Download Topics: Uncategorized 11th December 2020 | By Aaron Noycenter_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Uncategorizedlast_img read more


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