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Totalizator Sportowy Openes First Gaming Room In Warsaw

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Totalizator Sportowy opened it’s first games room in the city of Warsaw. It can be used by adults and after registration with an identity document. The next stores will be opened later this month – said company’s president Olgierd Cieślik on Tuesday.

Totalizator Sportowy introduces slot machine games based on the amended Gambling Act, implementing the state’s monopoly in this area.

Olgierd Cieślik, Totalizator Sportowy CEO, informed local journalists that from Friday in Warsaw, the first slot machine room in the capital opens it’s gate. It was created as part of a pilot in a non-hybrid formula. (The so-called hybrid model means opening a gaming room with an existing collection point).

The player who wants to play on the machines must register, that is, complete the form in which you must provide your name, PESEL, date and place of birth and address of residence. You should also answer the question about the source of income and make a statement as to whether you are a person taking public position in the state.

The president reminded that the first salons were opened in June in Bydgoszcz and in Krzeszowice – both in the hybrid formula. He reported that about 400 players have already used the salons. The turnover they generated exceeded PLN 1 million.

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Hokkaido Excludes IR from 2021 Budget

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Hokkaido has announced its initial budget for 2021 on February 19, with a 15.4% (JPY432.9 billion) increase over last year to JPY3.25 trillion (US$30.9 billion). This is the third-largest initial budget ever for the prefecture, which will now be proposed at the Hokkaido Prefectural Assembly regular session on February 25.

However, the fund for IR development was a notable absentee following a recent comment by Governor Naomichi Suzuki that an IR was not in the immediate future for Hokkaido.

Funds being set aside in prefectural budgets have traditionally been considered by experts as a strong indicator of a prefecture’s intentions regarding IRs. The fact that no funds have been set aside for IR development in Hokkaido’s 2021 budget appears to signal the death knell for any remaining glimmers of hope that Hokkaido could somehow jump back into Japan’s IR race.

At a press conference, Suzuki positioned the new fiscal year’s budget as “a budget that protects lives, livelihoods and creates a path for the future.” It is hoped this will help the prefecture navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and build a society resistant to infectious disease while also promoting Hokkaido’s future in a post-pandemic world.

Revenue has declined in the economic downturn and the prefecture’s financial situation is strained. Governor Suzuki commented, “We will firmly defend ourselves while at the same time starting on proactive policy. Balancing defense and offense has been difficult but we will accept the challenge to build a future for Hokkaido while controlling the pandemic.”

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Japanese Politician Raises Concerns Over China Blacklist on Overseas Casino Tourism Destinations

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The Japanese government has refrained from commenting following a question from House of Representatives member Kenji Eda regarding concerns that Japan’s first integrated resort developments could see the nation added to a blacklist being compiled by Chinese authorities on foreign casino destinations.

The blacklist, originally revealed by China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism last August and expanded earlier this month, is said to comprise overseas tourist destinations that are “disrupting” China’s outbound tourism market by opening casinos targeting mainland Chinese customers. The blacklist system would see travel restrictions imposed on Chinese citizens going to overseas cities and scenic spots named on the blacklist.

Eda revealed via his personal blog that he had submitted a question regarding the blacklist and its potential impact on Japan’s IRs, stating, “In August 2020, China announced that it would create a blacklist system to restrict travel to foreign cities that had a casino, with the allegation that overseas casinos threatened the property and safety of their citizens. With that in mind, we can understand that there are concerns that overseas casinos are a hotbed of crime, particularly corruption and graft. I request an answer if the government is aware of this system.

“Further, this, adding to the impact of the coronavirus, could have a major impact on IR (casino) operation in East Asia, which relies heavily on wealthy Chinese visitors. In the past, The Chinese government has restricted travel to South Korea because of deployment of the US military’s ground-based missile interception system, and there is a risk they could use this system politically.

“Considering this system, even if we build casinos (IR) in Japan, we cannot have expectations that foreigners, and especially Chinese tourists, will be able to visit.”

In response, the government said, “We are aware that the Chinese government has announced the establishment of a system as you described in August 2020, but the specific details are yet to be announced so we will refrain from comment.”

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Enjoy a fantastic fruit cocktail with Fruits’n Jars, the new release from Red Rake Gaming

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The specialist casino game provider, Red Rake Gaming, has just released its latest game, a 5×3 reel video slot where players can obtain a wide variety of different wins. Bonus symbols that hide surprising multipliers, a mini game with a huge roulette, jam jars with mysterious symbols and a wild symbol that rewards the player with lucky multipliers.

A video slot with a great cocktail of fruits and classic symbols, including “mystery symbols”, which reveal a symbol adding to the excitement of much of the action.

The wild symbol rewards players with lucky multipliers. A sidebar will be displayed with different multipliers of either X2, X3, X5, X10, X15, X20 or X25, and one of them will light up to multiply the player’s win by the number in question.

The most impressive feature in this video slot is the Major Roulette, where players can multiply their bet and obtain wins as interesting as the already well-known Minor, Major and Grand wins.

Not only do the bonus symbols grant players access to the free spins feature, but they also hide surprising multipliers. With 3 or more bonus symbols players can earn up to 25 free spins.

Fruits’n Jar has been released today, 25th February, with all Red Rake Gaming operators. As with all previous releases, this new slot will be available on the new tournament tool, making it even more exciting to play.

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