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H2 Gambling Capital and TrustPartners renew advisory partnership

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Data and intelligence supplier H2 Gambling Capital has renewed its strategic alliance with Italian management consultancy TrustPartners, to offer a new range of advisory services to the gaming industry.

TrustPartners said the services are designed to drive forward the maturation of the EU gambling market in the wake of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, as the industry shifts towards online.

It said H2 will use its position as a key information source on the sector to lead on all EU market data and country-specific intelligence, while TrustPartners will use its operating and management expertise to help operators, suppliers and regulators in key markets develop and expand.

The combined advisory services will focus on assessing the financial, operating and economic impact of regulatory changes, sizing offshore markets, and helping operators in the process of moving online.

David Henwood, director of H2 described the development as exciting, and said that now is a key point for the European gambling sector.

“It is now so important that regulators and operators work together to create the optimum trading conditions that will ensure equilibrium, drive up channelling rates and prevent a return to black market growth,” he said.

“TrustPartners is the perfect fit for H2 in the European market and brings that broader operating experience both inside and outside of gaming that will be of such great value to our industry through the 2020s,” Henwood concluded.

Gianluigi Corsetti, managing director of TrustPartners, added: “The partnership with H2 has over 10 years of history. We are living in a particularly complex phase right now – dynamic, disruptive, challenging for our personal and professional lives.”

“Our years spent together have allowed us to gather experiences, skills, approaches and relationships that we would like to make available to our customers to ensure a sustainable and well-governed development for the gambling industry.”

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