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TechMASH features DataArt’s tech predictions for the iGaming industry in 2019. The end of the federal ban on sports betting will bring iGaming and betting businesses to the US, causing intense competition, partnership, and takeovers. Companies will be looking to utilize AI and data to engineer personalized experiences and blockchain to bring trust to the betting process.
LONDON, NEW YORK – November 19, 2018 – The biggest shakeup in the iGaming and betting industry in 2018 came from the United States. The repeal of Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) upturned the entire industry and opened up a huge new market. Companies that were considering...Read More
Munich, London – 19 November 2018 - Marcin Rawicki, Solution Architect at global technology consultancy DataArt, will speak on the topic of artificial intelligence in healthcare at MedConf, one of the largest networking platforms for companies in the medical technology industry. MedConf 2018...Read More
Following many years of declining revenues, the music industry has finally started growing exponentially, with consumption in the first half of 2018 reaching the highest peak we’ve seen for the past 15 years. The total music consumption in 2017, which combines traditional album sales,...Read More
PrivateEquityWire runs the announcement that Da Vinci Capital, an emerging markets private equity firm, invested in DataArt,to support the company’s growth momentum in key industries. The investment was based on the company's consistent growth over the last several years, with 2017 revenue reaching $124 mill, expected annual growth of over 20 percent, and outstanding reputation for quality, integrity, and performance.