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Realistic Games signs content distribution agreement with Microgaming

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Award-winning casino content provider Realistic Games is to supply its games to operators integrated into Microgaming’s platform.

The Reading-based studio will provide its fellow supplier with a growing portfolio of both three and five-reel slots.

This agreement will expand Realistic’s territorial reach even further while complementing Microgaming’s existing portfolio of popular and successful games in more than 20 regulated markets worldwide.

Robert Lee, Realistic Games’ commercial director, said the agreement would give it access to a host of new markets and casino brands.

He added: “By signing this agreement not only do we add another tier one supplier to our growing list, but it is also a great opportunity for us to increase our customer reach.

“We can offer them a lot of new and different game types and are very confident we will be able to provide their customers with content that players will enjoy.”

James Buchanan, Director of Global Operations at Microgaming, said: “As a content supplier of choice, we are always on the lookout for high-quality games with standout functionality to deliver premium entertainment to our operators.

“We are thrilled to add new content from Realistic Games to complement our diverse portfolio and look forward to taking their games live on our platform.”

 

About Realistic Games:

Based in Reading, Berkshire, Realistic Games is a leading supplier of high-quality, electronic gaming content to some of the world’s most successful operators. Our technologists, designers and modellers have many years of experience in both the land-based and digital gaming markets. We are passionate about the products we create. The team specialise in creating roulette, blackjack, slots, and fixed odds games tailored to a wide variety of devices, including PCs, iPhones, iPads, Android phones and tablets. The games are fully-hosted on our ReGaL games platform and are accessible to customers through a simple integration. ReGaL first went into production for Stan James in April 2011. Subsequent launches followed with BetVictor, Ladbrokes, bet365, Boylesports, Paddy Power, William Hill, Coral, Gala Bingo, Bede Gaming, Gaming Realms, Daub, Betfair, NYX, Rank, Optima, FSB, Leo Vegas, Vera and John, Betsson, GVC, and The Kindred Group.

About Microgaming:

Microgaming developed the first true online casino in 1994. It has been breaking records, breaking new ground and breaking its back in pursuit of original gaming ever since. Developer of thousands of unique, genre-defining casino, mobile, poker, bingo, land-based and multiplayer games, and a pioneer in virtual and wearable gaming, the software giant hosts the world’s largest progressive jackpot network. Its products include Live Dealer, Sportsbook, Business Solutions and Quickfire. Microgaming is an award winner. A millionaire maker. The father of player protection and responsible gaming. And through Microgaming PlayItForward, it is a pillar of its local community on the Isle of Man.


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Playson’s Business Development Manager Lars Kollind shortlisted for iGaming Idol Awards

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Lars Kollind, Business Development Manager at Playson, has been nominated for Sales Idol of the Year at the iGaming Idol 2019.

Kollind, who has helped raise the profile of the casino software developer since joining the company earlier this year, impressed the panel of expert judges with his management skills and commercial acumen.

Winners will be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony, which takes place on 11th September at The Westin Dragonara Resort, Malta.

The iGaming Idol Awards celebrates those who have excelled in their field of expertise and made a positive impact on the iGaming industry.

Lars Kollind, Business Development Manager at Playson, said: “I’m delighted to have been shortlisted for Sales Idol of the Year at this year’s iGaming Idol Awards.

“It has been an exciting few months at Playson with some big commercial deals announced and the release of some fantastic games.

“It’s an honour to be nominated by my peers and fingers crossed we can turn this shortlist into some silverware.”

 


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Evoplay Entertainment Goes Live With Leonbets

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New deal extends distribution of innovative portfolio across new markets

 

Evoplay Entertainment, the innovative game development studio, has continued to expand its global market presence by signing with leading operator Leonbets.

The deal will see Evoplay Entertainment’s full portfolio of more than 60 slots, table, and instant games go live with Leonbets.

Alexander Levchenko, CEO at Evoplay Entertainment said: “We are delighted to sign with Leonbets, one of the industry’s fastest growing operators.

“The Leonbets team’s reputation as a great partner and an operator with a strong focus on customer enjoyment precedes them and we are sure this will be the start of a long chapter of productive and successful co-operation together.”

Dimitry Popov, spokesperson for Leonbets, said:Evoplay Entertainment’s games are a fantastic asset alongside our existing content, and we’re thrilled to have them on board.

“Their innovative 3D/VR slots will be available to all our players and we’re looking forward to seeing how excited they will be.”

Despite only being founded in 2017, Evoplay Entertainment’s portfolio already includes more than 60 slots, table, and instant games. With a development focus on responding to a new generation of players’ demands for more immersive, innovative gameplay, it is the industry’s first development studio to have developed two full HD and VR in-browser slots.

Its most recent, Sprinkle, unveiled at ICE 2019 in February. Unique for its mobile-first mechanics and the 360’ degree 3D / VR in-browser capabilities, allowing players to rotate, zoom in and out, as well as swiping left or right on their mobiles to change their bets automatically.

In addition, the studio has recently finalised the industry’s first RPG (role playing) slot, Dungeon, an HTML5 mobile game designed for a new generation of users and presenting them with a truly immersive experience.

Instead of regular pay symbols and pay patterns, the game’s mechanics follow a player’s 3D character as he battles monsters and accumulates loot when victorious.


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Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) and Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) Create “Lasting Impact Philanthropic Initiative”

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First gift is a $500,000 contribution to UNLV College of Engineering building fund

 

The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) and Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) announced today the creation of their new “Lasting Impact Philanthropic Initiative,” a multi-year effort aimed at identifying worthy causes that will utilize direct contributions to flourish over the long term and provide a variety of assistance to multiple beneficiaries.

The first gift from the newly formed Initiative is a $500,000 contribution to the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering building fund at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), which is developing a 51,000-square foot, three-floor building on campus to accommodate the approximately 260 B.S., 50 M.S. and 20 Ph.D. engineering graduates each year and projected future growth. The Initiative’s $500,000 gift is a direct investment in the importance of education in Nevada, the city of Las Vegas, university students and faculty and the future pipeline of skilled engineers for gaming and many other industries.

“AGEM is proud to be working with GLI on this unique giving program that will benefit many different audiences and will be true to the idea of making a ‘lasting impact’ through a strong ripple effect inside the gaming industry and beyond,” AGEM Executive Director Marcus Prater said. “We value GLI’s commitment in joining us to make a positive difference in everything we do, and we look forward to seeing the UNLV College of Engineering break ground on its new building.”

“Since opening our doors 30 years ago, GLI has been dedicated to giving back to the communities where we do business around the world. We are committed to creating big ideas making a big difference in the global gaming industry and partnering with AGEM to create the Lasting Impact Philanthropic Initiative is the latest illustration of that commitment,” said GLI President/CEO James Maida. “Given the highly technical nature of today’s gaming industry, a vibrant and thriving engineering community is crucial to our mutual success, and that is why it was important that this first gift went to UNLV’s College of Engineering, to further solidify a pipeline of talent that will help to ensure the industry’s future success.”

“The College of Engineering is committed to building the infrastructure needed to educate the engineers of tomorrow, and creating research space that will enable the forward-thinking progress of corporate partners such as AGEM and GLI,” said Rama Venkat, Dean of the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering. “This generous gift from the Lasting Impact Philanthropic Initiative will help make that possible. The new Advanced Engineering Studies Building will facilitate critical research, foster innovation, and pave the way for the vision we all share for Nevada’s future of a robust tech-based economy.”

The www.AGEMGLIimpact.org website will be an ongoing source of information about this collective effort.

 

Source: Gaming Laboratories International


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