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GiG launches its first in-house developed Game on own operators

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Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (GiG) has launched its first in-house developed game, ‘Wild Reels’, under the new product line GiG Games, part of GiG’s Casino Services. The game has been launched initially onto GiG’s own internal operators as a ‘soft launch’, which means the game is still in a testing phase.

Full launch will follow as soon as the game performs to GiG’s high standards. This is normal procedure when launching a new game and follows GiG’s launch plan. As part of this launch, GiG obtained its MGA licence for Games.

GiG Games has been in development for the past year. The games studio develops gaming products including slots and table games. By adding GiG Games to its ecosystem of products and services, GiG is rapidly becoming a full-service solutions provider to the Gaming industry and now cover the whole value chain within iGaming.

Besides developing its own in-house games, GiG will also be allowing other games studios to build their games onto the GiG Games platform. This collaboration enables an increase in efficiency and productivity which will enable GiG to frequently launch multiple games.

From launch date until end of H1 2019, GiG expects to have launched a total of six to eight games and to launch a number of additional games through collaborations with external game studios.

 

About Gaming Innovation Group (GiG):

Gaming Innovation Group Inc. is a technology company providing products and services throughout the entire value chain in the iGaming industry. Founded in 2012, Gaming Innovation Group’s vision is ‘To open up iGaming and make it fair and fun for all’. Through our ecosystem of products and services, we are connecting operators, suppliers and users, to create the best iGaming experiences in the world. Gaming Innovation Group operates out of state-of-the-art offices in St George’s Bay, Malta and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol GIG.


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BetConstruct secures ADM approval for Italian market

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BetConstruct made it to the licensing list of the Italian Agenzia Dogane Monopoli.

BetConstruct continuously expands its operations to the regulated markets. In 2018 they got licensed to provide gaming products of well-known MGA-Licensed casino providers, secured Remote Operating Licence from the UKGC for their Live Casino, got their Retail Solutions licensed in Romania. And the list of the achievements goes on.

Recently the Italian Gaming Regulator has published the name-list of the new licensees and Vivaro Limited, trading as BetConstruct, was featured there.

To help their partners to enlarge the coverage of their operations worldwide, the team at BetConstruct aims to further expand to such markets as the USA, Denmar, and Sweden.

 

About BetConstruct

BetConstruct is an award-winning developer and provider of online and land-based gaming solutions with development, sales and service centers around the globe.

BetConstruct’s innovative and proven offerings include an extensive range of products and services, including Sportsbook, Sports Data Solutions, Retail Solutions, RNG & Live Dealer Casino, VR Casino, Poker, Skill Games, Fantasy Sports, Social Platform and more. The latest addition is the industry-first complete management infrastructure, SpringBME (Business Management Environment).

All partners benefit from the BetConstruct Spring platform with its powerful back office tools and all-inclusive services that empower operators’ growth and help contain their costs. From stand-alone set up to turn-key and white label solutions, BetConstruct offers its partners unfettered opportunity to succeed.


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Delaware igaming industry performs well in January

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The Delaware Lottery’s financial results have shown that igaming performed robustly on the financial front in January 2019, by posting a 57.9 per cent increase in revenues year-on-year.

Revenue rose to $279,541 (£217,970/€247,999), showing a 11.2 per cent month-on-month from December last year.

Players wagered $7.4m across the state’s three licensed igaming sites in January 2019, which represented a 65.5 per cent year-on-year advance, but a 27.7 per cent fall from the $10.3m staked in December 2018. Players won a total of $7.2m during the month.

Video lottery accounted for $190,223.44 of total monthly revenue, a 68.0 per cent share, followed by table games, which contributed a further $66,982.14. Poker rake and fees, on the other hand, contributed just $22,335.51.

Player registrations also grew significantly in January, up 117.3 per cent to 578.

The majority of revenue was generated by Dover Downs, which saw its more than double from $48,215.61 in the prior year to $139,816.37, with 233 players registering to play over the month.


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Move to privatise Holland Casino extended

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The move to privatise state-owned Holland Casino in the Netherlands has been postponed to 2020. The country’s justice minister Sander Dekker cancelled the vote for privatisation because of many objections that the measure suffered in the Senate.

The Financieele Dagblad said that senators are concerned about the fact that privatised casinos may encourage gambling and are worried about the way that the government was planning to proceed with the privatisation process, Dutch News informed.

The original plan included the selling of 10 of the 14 branches under the Holland Casino name, while the other four locations would be sold as a group. The cabinet from the Netherlands is also considering opening up the casino market to new providers and offer two licences.

Justice minister Dekker has until June to come up with a new proposal, present it to the senate and gain backing. “We may adapt the law, withdraw it altogether or go for a vote after all,” Dekker said in a note to senators.


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