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The operator said Germany made up 6% of revenue in Q1 of 2021, suggesting it brought in around €5.8m. The reported 19.0% increase in non-German revenue, meanwhile, suggests that the market brought in €13.1m in 2020, meaning revenue dropped 55.7%, or by €7.3m. Q1 results 2021 LeoVegas incurred €1.1m in financial costs, meaning it posted €2.6m in profit before tax, an increase of 8.3% on last year. After paying €178,000 in income tax, the operator ended the quarter with €2.4m in comprehensive net profit, up 4.4% year-on-year. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Europe Germany Looking ahead, LeoVegas revenue declined in April, which was due in part to particularly high revenue in the comparative period of April 2020 with most markets under lockdown. Excluding Germany, revenue was up 4%. Classic casino games remained by far the main source of income for the operator, with this segment representing 74.0% of all total revenue in Q1, ahead of live casino on 17.0% and sports betting with a 9.0% share. “The assessment is that up to 70%-80% of the German market for casino has temporarily been shifted over to operators that have chosen to not adapt to the coming market regulation. Breaking down LeoVegas’ entire revenue performance geographically, rest of world was the largest region for LeoVegas in Q1, accounting for 42.0% of total revenue. Some 38.0% of revenue came from the Nordics, while the remaining 20.0% was attributed to rest of Europe operations, which include Germany. “During the first quarter we saw the full effect of the changes taking place in the German market,” LeoVegas president and chief executive Gustaf Hagman said. “Operators in the market are acting differently with respect to implementing the new restrictions, which unfortunately has led to a skewed competitive situation. Total customer deposits were up 2.8% to €295.8m in the quarter, with a 3.6% drop in the number of new depositing customers to 186,510 offset by a 25.5% increase in returning depositing players. Revenue for the three months to 31 March amounted to €96.7m (£83.6m/$116.2m), up from €89.4m in the same period last year. However, excluding Germany, revenue increased 19.0% year-on-year. After including €2.7m in depreciation and amortisation costs and a further €4.1m from the amortisation of acquired intangible assets and impairment of assets, including goodwill, this left an operating profit of €3.7m, up 68.2%. Online gambling operator LeoVegas reported an 8.2% year-on-year increase in revenue for the first quarter of its financial year, despite the impact of new regulations in Germany having slowed progress in the country. Tags: Revenue LeoVegas Profit LeoVegas Q1 revenue up 8.2%, but German revenue plummets by 55% amid new regulations Turning to costs, marketing was the largest outgoing for LeoVegas in Q1, with spend here rising 15.3% to €36.1m. Staff costs were also up 9.9% to €13.3m, while capitalised development expenses climbed 33.3% to €3.2m. In addition, LeoVegas said the market made up 15% of revenue, or €14.8m, in Q4 of that year, meaning German revenue dropped by €9m, or 60.9%, quarter-on-quarter. “Our growth has been driven mainly by our loyal customer base, which reached a new record level during the period,” Hagman said. “We have maintained a high pace of investment, and despite this we achieved adjusted EBITDA growth of 22%, driven by our scalability and good cost control.” “For a long time we have created successful, exclusive games with the help of external providers,” Hagman said. “We are now taking the next step by starting our own game studio – Blue Guru Games. 6th May 2021 | By Robert Fletcher “This venture will give us full control and greater flexibility in developing new games, a unique offering to our players, and also a new revenue stream for the group.” Topics: Finance Q1 results 2021 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address However, higher revenue offset this higher spending, with earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) up 15.6% to €10.4m. “Our hope is that this will soon be sorted out by the German authorities, which is a prerequisite for the licence system’s success, with a high level of channelisation and consumer protection.” Hagman also noted the acquisition of the Expekt sports betting brand from Betclic Group in Q1, saying this, the purchase of a 25% stake in startup SharedPlay and the launch of a new games development studio this month will support further growth in Q2 and beyond.
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Nome, Alaska, had back-to-back blizzards followed by rain, ending a February that saw temperatures in the upper 20s or low 30s. When the rain hit the snow, it turned into ice, which made the roads so treacherous that even taxis stopped running. The National Weather Service reported Nome got 76 inches of snow between Jan. 25 and Feb. 28. Since Nome is just 143 miles south of the Arctic Circle, rain and warm temperatures are unusual. A single weather event may or may not be caused by global warming. But when you add the facts that the whole eastern half of the Bering Sea is ice-free, that its water temperature is 3 degrees warmer than usual; that Kotzebue Bay, a shallow arm of the Bering, is not frozen solid; that the Grand Iditarod Dog Race, a famous, 1,000-mile race from Anchorage to Nome, is building temporary bridges to cross water south of Nome; and that this latest unusual weather pattern is at least 2 years old — the only reasonable explanation of all these facts is global warming. Inuit elders began noticing warming signs in the 1980s.Nome, a fly-in community since it is not connected to the rest of Alaska by road, is a hub for a number of smaller communities because it receives freight by barge. It’s only a hundred or so years old, the result of an early 20th century gold rush, with just under 3,700 people according to Mayor Richard Beneville. It is about 65 percent Inuit, with communities from the Inupiaq, Central Yupik and St. Lawrence Island peoples.Unlike a number of Alaska’s municipalities, Nome is not a dry (alcohol-free) town, and it has a former substance abusers’ support group that meets weekly in the Katirik Cultural Center. A fluctuating group of homeless people hangs out in front of the bars on Front Street. The religious radio station KNOM reports that a new shelter has been set up to allow homeless people who were sleeping in snow banks to sleep under a roof. (tinyurl.com/y4rble8s)With the beginning of what could be substantial trade between Europe and Asia using the Northwest Passage, there are capitalist dreams about turning Nome into a very profitable service port. This would require more investment, major dredging and workers used to living in an exacting environment.Over 6 feet of snow, topped with ice, creates major difficulties for workers who have to drive or walk to their jobs and for students who take a bus to school. Open water in the Bering Sea makes it very difficult to harvest sea mammals and fish that people in Nome, especially Native people, depend on for sustenance. It also opens their communities to flooding and erosion from winter storms.Hunting for sustenance is important for Alaskans. It is the only state where the federal SNAP program (formerly the food stamp program) allows its benefits to be used to purchase tools for harvesting wild animals. The tools include “nets, lines, hooks, fishing rods, harpoons, knives and ice augers.”But without ice, people can’t go ice fishing. Harvesting seals, a major food resource, is much harder when you have to tow them to land. The hunters who catch walruses (mammals that grow to between 2,000 and 3,000 pounds) have to process their catch 50 miles offshore in an open boat — much more difficult and dangerous than towing their catch a few miles to ice and processing it on a stable platform.Global warming is making the hard lives of people living on the Alaska coastline, some in whaling communities like Utqiaġvik that are close to 1,000 years old, much harder.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
News News BrazilAmericas Receive email alerts to go further Reporters Without Borders condemns a shooting attack on 2 May in which community radio journalist Camelo Luís de Sá of Quiterianópolis in the northeastern state of Ceará was wounded. The son of the mayor, who had been accused by Sá of involvement in corruption, is suspected of being the gunman. May 13, 2021 Find out more April 15, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information BrazilAmericas Follow the news on Brazil Reports Reporters Without Borders voicing outrage today at an attack on community radio journalist Camelo Luís de Sá of Quiterianópolis in the northeastern state of Ceará, who was shot twice in the right arm on 2 May while presenting a programme going out live. Police said the mayor’s son is suspected of being the gunman.“We call on the authorities to do everything possible to ensure the perpetrator is brought to justice even if he is the son of an elected official,” Reporters Without Borders said. “This attack highlights the fragility of press freedom in Brazil and the way the local media are exposed to harassment and abuse of power. In view of the gravity of this case, we hope the state authorities will take charge of the investigation.”Sá did not recognize the man who burst into the community radio station during his evening programme and fired five shots at him, hitting him twice in the arm. Sá was rushed to hospital but was allowed to leave at 4 a.m. the next morning.The local police, which is so far handling the investigation, said witnesses identified the gunman as businessman Antônio Valceni Vieira, the son of Quiterianópolis mayor Francisco Vieira Costa, a member of the opposition Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (PMDB).The police are working on the assumption that the shooting was linked to Sá’s revelations about several cases of possible corruption in which the mayor is allegedly implicated. A summons has been issued to the mayor to report to the police for questioning this afternoon. 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies April 27, 2021 Find out more May 5, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Mayor’s son suspected in shooting attack on comunity radio presenter RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America News Organisation Alarm after two journalists murdered in Brazil RSF_en
June 16, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Progress in probe into one journalist’s murder but incredible delays in another Organisation MexicoAmericas May 5, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Mexico to go further RSF_en MexicoAmericas Reporters Without Borders takes note of the recent progress in the investigation into newspaper reporter Eliseo Barrón Hernández’s murder on 25 May in the north-central state of Durango. Five presumed members of Zetas, a paramilitary group involved in extortion and drug-trafficking, who were arrested on 6 June, have confessed to killing him with the aim of pressuring the local press to censor itself. Barrón was a crime reporter for the Milenio Torreón daily,The five detainees are José Pedro Jauregui Jiménez, Raúl Francisco Rodríguez Valderrama, Víctor Alfredo López Ramírez, Oscar Cárdenas Castillo and Israel Sánchez Jaimes. Sánchez has allegedly confessed to firing the shot that killed Barrón on the orders of Zetas chief Lucio “Lucifer” Fernández, who was reportedly angered by the media’s coverage of his activities.“The confessions tend to confirm that Barrón was murdered because of his work as a reporter or, worse still, was sacrificed in order to terrorise his fellow journalists,” Reporters Without Borders said. “It is important that the federal-level investigation should continue and should try to shed light on the accomplices that the killers may have had, especially as Barrón had been covering police corruption.”Reporters Without Borders added: “Barrón’s death brings the number of journalists murdered in Mexico since 2000 to 49. Almost all of these murders are still unpunished although the identity of the masterminds is known in some cases.The press freedom organisation, which is sending a delegation to Mexico next month, urges the federal attorney general’s office to explain the delay in the investigation into the fatal shooting of El Diario reporter Armando Rodríguez Carreón on 13 November in the northern city of Ciudad Juárez. Reports April 28, 2021 Find out more 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies Reporter murdered in northwestern Mexico’s Sonora state Help by sharing this information News News According to El Diario, the Chihuahua state attorney general’s office has sent the findings of its investigation to the federal attorney general’s office, so that the alleged mastermind and his accomplices can be arrested.“It is incomprehensible that the federal attorney general’s office has failed to act on the instructions of the federal interior ministry since receiving the case file back from the ministry.”Reporters Without Borders notes that on 11 June the national defence ministry ordered appropriate and necessary disciplinary measures for the soldiers who assaulted several reporters, including an El Diario photographer, after a road accident on 4 June in Ciudad Juárez.Finally, Reporters Without Borders is worried about Lydia Cacho, the author of a book about a paedophile network involving Mexican politicians, who has just received more death threats by email and who told the press freedom organisation that she is no longer receiving any protection. May 13, 2021 Find out more News NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say Receive email alerts
NewsDeputy slams Limerick “Kip” jibe from Love/HateBy Staff Reporter – November 12, 2013 999 LIMERICK Fianna Fáil deputy and former minister for defence Willie O’Dea took to national airwaves to defend the portrayal recently of his city as a “Kip” in RTE’s hit series Love/Hate. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up In the series finale last Sunday, fictional character Nidge is seen talking to a Lithuanian prostitute that recently joined his brothel in Dublin’s inner city. Asking where she had previously worked, Nidge responded that she must have been “glad to see the back of that kip” when she said Limerick. This Tuesday, deputy O’Dea joined Matt Cooper on the last word to defend the image of his native city and citied the successful work of An Garda Siochana in tackling serious gangland crime in recent years. “We have worked hard to change the image of the city from its past” said deputy O’Dea adding that “we have had our fair share of problems and trouble” but The former minister said that the city has changed now as “most of the gangs are leaderless and behind bars”. When asked if he was being particularly “overly sensitive” about the Limerick reference during Sunday night’s show watched by over 1 million viewers, Deputy O’Dea responded that he was offended by it and that it had been said to him by more than just his fellow Treatysiders.“It was even mentioned to me as I was in my way to the Dail here in Dublin from people outside of Limerick. He said that they said the remark was “insulting”.People are “aggrieved by the remark” he noted.Deputy O’Dea added that script writers the media and anyone that comments on Limerick should all just “move on” from this.“A journalist from the Herald phoned me for my reaction on Monday and I gave it. I didn’t go looking for this publicity. It’s my opinion. I was born in Limerick and all my relatives love there. I watched the show – all four seasons – and enjoyed it very much bar that hiccup. I just wished they stopped stigmatising certain areas including Limerick”, concluded Deputy O’Dea. Afterwards, the former minister for defence played down a quip by the today FM last word presenter on the famous picture of Mr O’Dea pointing a gun at a camera man “Nidge-style” saying that “they could hardly miss me Matt there was so many of them. They got the opportunity and they took it. Print O’Dea Calls For Clarity On Student Accommodation For Third Level Students RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin WhatsApp TAGSlove hateMusic LimerickrteWillie O’Dea Previous articleTeenager deemed fit for trial at Circuit Criminal CourtNext articleCouncillor resigns over youth agenda row Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Facebook Twitter #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Minister asked to review need for more incinerators in Limerick Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Advertisement