(Czech Republic).- Early this year, the Czech Republic adopted new gambling laws after a thorough overhaul of its existing legislative framework. The country was among several member states to have been scolded by EU authorities for failing to implement gambling legislations that comply with the union’s laws and Directives.
(Sofia, Bulgaria).- Using UltraPlay’s advanced betting platform and esports data, fast2play started to show great results in terms of players’ registration, activity and retention. Being able to choose from the widest selection of competitive games as well as 1000+ in-play esports events and 2500+ events per month covering 50+ markets created with the mindset of a gamer, the new iGaming operator on the market is ready to conquer the hearts and the minds of all passionate eSports admirers and followers.
(Argentina).- Latin America has been among the regions considered to be holding huge potential in terms of online gambling, and multiple international gambling companies have spotted that potential and have directed their investment interest to that part of the world.
(Rutzenmoos, Austria).- AMATIC Industries - the Austrian expert for automated roulette – is proud to have delivered its 1000th ROULETTE GRAND JEU to Spain. This success has been made possible on the one hand thanks to the sheer quality and longevity of the ROULETTE GRAND JEU, alongside its style and game design. Having the right partner in Spain has naturally also been decisive.
(Las Vegas).- JCM Global’s award-winning portfolio of transaction products are field-proven to help tribal operators increase security and profitability.
(Germany).- Casino Technology announces IGCA to become its exclusive distributor for the German speaking markets in Europe. Following a recent partnership deal, IGCA will provide Casino Technology` s products to operators in this region.
(London).– Retention, cross-selling and building brand loyalty are the key challenges facing operators in the UK, according to new research from strategic insight agency Opinium.
(UK).- CMA has announced Friday it is launching enforcement action against a number of online gambling operators suspected of breaking consumer law.