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STS drives international growth with TGLab deal

STS drives international growth with TGLab deal

STS is utilising the Player Account Management system (PAM) from TGLab to support the relaunch of stsbet.com, as well as delivering growth in key international markets. One such key market is the UK, the operator’s largest outside of Poland, where migration to the TGLab platform will “improve the efficiency and quality of the gaming experience offered to the UK clients …

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Veikkaus makes online loss limits permanent to ‘prevent harm and indebtedness’

Veikkaus, Finland’s gambling monopoly, has made the temporary online gambling loss limits introduced during the pandemic a permanent feature of the country’s gaming regulation. As a result of the now permanently-entrenched measures, Finnish online bettors will only be able to lose a maximum of €500 (£429/$596) per day – half the original daily limit of €1,000 – whilst playing online …

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Kindred Group’s 32Red goes live with Fast Track platform

32Red - Derby County's Wayne Rooney during the Carabao Cup match at Pride Park, Derby.

Kindred Group’s 32Red, one of the most recognisable online casino brands in the UK, is now live with a bespoke version of the Fast Track CRM platform.  The primary goal of the partnership was for 32Red to achieve greater flexibility for its player engagement campaigns, and with less manual labour. Needing an enhanced segmentation model beyond the standard integration, through …

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Rubik tackles “digital talent shortage” with iGaming Academy partnership

Rubik tackles “digital talent shortage” with iGaming Academy partnership

iGaming Academy has signed a new partnership with UK-based Rubik Talent which will focus on addressing the “digital talent shortage felt across the iGaming industry”. Through the agreement, Rubik graduate trainees will benefit from an “industry focused iGaming education” before they proceed to full stack software development or data engineering as part of the Rubik Academy. In a statement, the …

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EveryMatrix to power Foliatti Mexico’s digital makeover

EveryMatrix has secured a major LatAm markets coup, becoming the lead igaming software supplier to Grupo Foliatti the operating firm of 10 Mexican land-based casino properties. The agreement will see Foliatti launch its first online gambling property, ‘Foliatti Casino’ – powered by EveryMatrix’s full-service turnkey platform. The partnership aims to establish Foliatti Casino, as one of the country’s leading online gambling …

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René Jansen to lead GREF’s collaborative forum

René Jansen, Chairman of Netherlands gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), has been appointed as the new Chairman of GREF – ‘The European Forum of Gaming Regulators’. The Dutch executive will serve as lead representative of the regulatory forum, which promotes collaboration and knowledge sharing between its 41 members working across 34 European gaming jurisdictions. Jansen will replace incumbent Jorn Stark, executive …

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Vermantia launches virtual greyhound racing for Eurobet

Vermantia has launched its pre-recorded Virtual Greyhound Racing product in Italy for Eurobet, one of the leading betting operators in the region. Through the deal, Eurobet has access to exclusive, fully-licensed, greyhound races from multiple active UK greyhound tracks, featuring full high definition footage from a regularly updated library of races. Eurobet’s online players are, therefore, now able to enjoy …

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Lottoland recruits Jon Hale as new CFO

Lottoland has appointed Jon Hale as its new Chief Financial Officer with immediate effect, reporting to CEO Nigel Birrell. Hale was the CFO for over 11 years at 32Red plc where he played a key role in several corporate transactions, culminating in the £176 millon sale to the Kindred Group Plc in June 2017. Before his time at 32Red, he qualified as a chartered …

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ASA: Gambling normalisation a predictable outcome of 2005’s liberalisation

UK advertising standards bodies have reiterated that the normalisation of gambling was a ‘predicted consequence’ of the 2005 Gambling Act.  In its submission to the DCMS consultation of the 2005 Gambling Act, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said that its role was to “prevent gambling advertising that ‘normalises’ irresponsible or potentially harmful gambling behaviour”. The response saw the ASA document …

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GambleAware opens tender to pilot £1m residential rehab programme

GambleAware has opened a tender for a pilot project to run a new ‘residential rehabilitation programme’ for gambling disorders, which will form part of the wider National Gambling Treatment Service. As the UK’s principal problem gambling RET charity, GambleAware cites that its new rehabilitation programme will maintain a specific focus on ‘complex and co-morbid presentation amongst service users’. GambleAware requires …

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