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Black Cow Technology appoints Baruzi as new product lead

Remote Game Server software specialists, Black Cow Technology, has strengthened its digital division by appointing Shaun Baruzi as the company’s Head of Product. As part of his new role at Black Cow Technology, Baruzi will be tasked with overseeing the development of the company’s Open Gaming Architecture platform by creating new features and functionalities. In addition to this, he will …

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New partnership with The Games Company aims to “offer significant value to Rank’s customers”

The Games Company has announced the launch of its new RGS into Rank as part of a strategic distribution deal with Bede Gaming. The new TGC RGS, powered by Black Cow Technology, allows The Games Company to deliver content quickly and easily to The Rank Group’s operators, Mecca Bingo and Grosvenor Casino online. The first game to launch is a …

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Black Cow and Endemol to launch ‘Playzido’

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Endemol Shine Group and Black Cow Technology are to launch Playzido, a new B2B games platform. The open platform will utilise Black Cow’s new OGA software, and will feature premium games from Endemol Shine Gaming in addition to selected content from other suppliers. Playzido will supply a remote gaming server to real money and social gaming operators. Owain Walbyoff, Managing …

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Tony Plaskow joins Black Cow as commercial lead

Open gaming architecture (OGA) specialist Black Cow Technology (Black Cow) has announced the appointment of Tony Plaskow as its new Commercial Director. Plaskow a 15-year online betting and igaming veteran will be charged with leading Black Cow commercial initiatives as the young company looks to bring on board new software clients utilising its open-system tailored ‘game server construction kit’. Black …

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Scott Longley – Games Development- A Slow Cycle…

When Jim Murren, the chief executive of MGM Resorts International, suggests that change is coming to the slots floors of Las Vegas, it makes sense that participants in the online world as much as their land-based brethren should pay attention to his comments. Murren said in July that US casinos would “look different” in years to come with “more social …

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