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GiG doubles down in Iberia via Sportnco partnerships

Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has signed new partnerships in Spain and Portugal, strengthening its position in the Iberian markets.  In Portugal, the B2B betting and gaming software provider has entered into an agreement with Caravel Entertainment Limited (Caravel), the operator behind the Moosh.pt online brand.  Terms of the deal – signed between GiG subsidiary Sportnco Gaming and Caravel – will …

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ESA Gaming bolsters offering with EasyBoost promo tool launch

ESA Gaming has announced a new addition to its product portfolio, releasing the EasyBoost set of promotional tools. Sitting alongside its EasySwipe games portfolio – currently leveraged by a range of firms including BetConstruct – EasyBoost has been designed to boost engagement and player loyalty.  Consisting of Tournament and Money Drop features, ESA aims to offer its partners the ability …

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NetShop ISP completes extensive Fugaso casino games audit

NetShop ISP has confirmed the successful completion of its casino games audit recently carried out for casino slots development company, Fugaso. The extensive audit began back in April in an attempt to stress-test games performance and provide suggestions for optimisation on a content delivery network (CDN), infrastructure and other technology perspectives. Fugaso, which is short for Future Gaming Solutions, is …

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EveryMatrix partners with BetMGM in major US milestone

EveryMatrix has secured a significant deal in the US, signing an agreement with Entain and MGM Resorts’ joint venture, BetMGM.  The partnership will see the Malta-based B2B betting and igaming firm provide BetMGM with content from its in-house Spearhead Studios and Armadillo Studios in the New Jersey market.  This will include the ‘The Lioness with Amanda Nunes’, which is themed …

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UK Gambling Review to focus on technical constraints as conflicts loom on final judgements 

Speculation continues to mount on the pending outcomes of the government’s review of the UK gambling sector, whose White Paper of Recommendations has been pushed back to July, by DCMS. This morning, The Times and Daily Mail reported that PM Boris Johnson will maintain his 2019 General Election pledge of imposing significant curbs on the online gambling sector, needed to …

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Wazdan: why innovation in igaming doesn’t have to mean revolution

The emergence of cutting-edge technologies has always shaped the landscape of the igaming industry, promising to take frontrunners to the next level and leave those too slow to adjust, according to Wazdan. We’ve seen businesses utilise AI-led technology, VR, blockchain, and now the Metaverse in many ways that help them stand out from competitors. However, with some of these technologies …

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Ibex.ai launches free trials of ‘high intelligence’ CRM toolkit

Ibex.ai has announced that it will allow igaming operators to trial its ‘next-generation CRM toolkit’, to prove that its AI-built automated customer engagement components can outperform all existing solutions.    The pledge comes as the London-based tech studio seeks to expand its presence within the igaming sector, in which it has built specialised AI components for the online casinos of Casimba, …

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Golden Crown Casino drives player engagement with SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator

Golden Crown Casino has become the latest company to partner with the SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator, which will see the casino enhance its player engagement strategy. Under the terms of the new deal, the casino will launch its first jackpot campaign, Golden Crown Jackpots, which SOFTSWISS noted will help boost bettor engagement. The jackpot campaign will comprise three progressive levels: mini, …

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UKGC changes management policy on licences

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The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has changed its internal policy on the management of licences ‘to make better use of its resources to govern the gambling sector’.    Changes will see the Commission move away from its existing model in which it has assigned a ‘dedicated account manager’ for individual licences. The working model will be replaced by the use of …

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ACMA to launch comprehensive gambling self-exclusion scheme for Australia

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has published its roadmap 2022/2023 technical directives to better regulate businesses operating within Australia’s media, digital and telecom sectors.   Though the ACMA holds no legislative authority over gambling licences, the federal agency has been granted rights by Australia’s six states to set gambling standards with regards to advertising, compliance duties and customer protections. …

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