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Play’n GO Continue to Thrive Under Swedish Re-Regulation

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Premier supplier Play’n GO revealed today the news that they have gone live with yet another operating partner in the Swedish region.

 

This is the latest step in Play’n GO’s expansion in the country following re-regulation in January.

The slot supplier has wasted no time in making the most of the opportunities that Sweden now presents. Deals with several partners means Play’n GO are now live with a significant number of operators that have applied for, and received, a Swedish licence, all in the space of three months.

The move is yet another reflection of the company’s dedication to compliance and to being the supplier of choice for regulated markets, a fact reflected by their recent nominations at this year’s GamblingCompliance Global Regulatory Awards.

Magnus Olsson, Head of Sales and Account Management spoke on the significance of regulated markets and this latest expansion:

“This is home turf for us, so we are proud to be part of this landmark development. We worked hard, as we always do, to make sure we were in a position to maximise on the opportunity this re-regulation would afford our partners and us.

We have put a lot of energy into making sure our standing in matters of compliance is nothing short of first rate. Regulated markets are the future for online gambling, and we embrace that future.”

For more information about Play’n GO, their offices, or their products and services, please visit http://www.playngo.com or contact sales@playngo.com.

 

Founded in 2005, Play’n GO are a leading supplier for slot gaming in the casino industry. One of the first suppliers to recognise and utilise the potential of mobile slot gaming, their innovation has revolutionised the industry and led Play’n GO to the forefront of the casino supplier market. Since its inception Play’n GO have curated a portfolio of award-winning games developed and tailored for compatibility with all devices and operating systems. In addition to this, they also provide back-end services and solutions to ensure operators are equipped to provide the ultimate gaming experience; this includes their casino platform and their server-based gaming solution, OMNY.


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Latest NSW Gaming Machine Data Released

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Liquor & Gaming NSW has issued its latest gaming machine data updates as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to boost transparency on gambling activity in local communities.

The data reports can be viewed on our website and include:

  • Gaming machine numbers and net profit for each NSW local government area (LGA)
  • Net profit rankings for all NSW venues with gaming machines
  • Gaming machine tax paid to the NSW Government for each LGA.

The latest reports cover 1 June 2018 to 30 November 2018 for clubs and 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2018 for hotels. Due to seasonal factors, gaming machine profits are historically higher in the second half of each calendar year.

 

Compared to the previous six-month period:

  • The number of gaming machines in operation fell by 300 in clubs and by 3 in hotels.
  • The number of club gaming venues fell by 7, and the number of hotel gaming venues fell by 40.
  • Net profit rose by 4.1 per cent for clubs and 13.4 per cent for hotels.

 

 Compared to the same six-month period in 2017:

  • The number of gaming machines in operation fell by 565 in clubs and by 184 in hotels – an overall fall of 749.
  • The number of club gaming venues fell by 17, and the number of hotel gaming venues fell by 59.
  • Net profit increased by 0.5 per cent for clubs and 6.4 per cent for hotels.

 

For more information on gaming machine data, view our fact sheet.

 

MEDIA INQUIRIES: Eric Aubert (02) 9995 0794, 0438 207 294.


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WePlay! Tug of War: Dire list of participants and other details are revealed

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The second Dota 2 WePlay! tournament of the Tug of War series called WePlay! Tug of War: Dire starts on May 28, 2019. Winners will get slots on the LAN-final at WePlay! Tug of War: Mad Moon with a total prize pool of $300,000.

 

Participants from America and Asia will be divided into two separate Single Elimination brackets within the new innovative format. Each bracket will get its own champion, and both winners will receive a slot on the LAN-final at WePlay! Tug of War: Mad Moon, where the teams will fight for a prize pool of $300,000. Eight teams will be directly invited for the first round of the coming standoff, while four more teams will bypass the early stage and start their tournament performance in the quarterfinals.

List of participants

The Americas

South America:

  1. Infamous (semifinals)
  2. paiN Gaming (semifinals)
  3. Gorillaz Pride
  4. SKOL
  5. Thunder Predator
  6. FreeStyle

North America:

    1. J.Storm (semifinals)
    2. Team Xolotl
    3. Vega Academy
    4. beastcoast
    5. Black Sheep

 

  • TBA*

 

SEA

Southeast Asia:

  1. Mineski (semifinals)
  2. Neon Esports
  3. Geek Fam
  4. EVOS Esports
  5. Bood ID
  6. TBA*

China:

  1. EHOME (semifinals)
  2. Royal Never Give Up (semifinals)
  3. Invictus Gaming
  4. Royal
  5. Team Serenity
  6. Newbee

Format and Prize Pool

All the matches, except from the final ones, will be played in a Best of 3 format. The winner of each bracket will be determined during the grand finals in the demanding Best of 5 format. Both champions of Tug of War: Dire will be granted with quotas for the anticipated LAN-finals WePlay! Tug of War: Mad Moon.

The size of the WePlay! Tug of War: Dire total prize pool will be $30,000. Vice champions will receive checks for $6,000. The teams that will take places between the third and fourth will be rewarded with $2,000. And players recognized as the strongest during the tournament will receive a nice bonus of $5,000 for the MVP title.

Most Valuable Players

MVPs will be determined in two phases:

1) The online audience will be able to vote via weplay.tv during the tournament days;

2) After each Super Final, a jury that consists of WePlay! talent crew will vote on the players, chosen by viewers.

* TBA – the team is to be announced later.

#WePlay #TugOfWar #WePlayDota2

 

Source: WePlay! Esports Press Office


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Louisiana House Committee Passes Fantasy Sports Restriction Bill

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Louisiana House Committee has passed the fantasy sports restriction bill. Voters of 47 parishes approved fantasy sports betting last fall. The bill leaves committee with an amendment that stipulates “you can only play if you’re at card checking over-21 only in establishments like video poker stops, bars, or casinos.”

“This is obviously not what people voted for, this is not how fantasy sports works, this is not how online entertainment works anywhere, for any medium,” Fairness for Fantasy Sports Louisiana spokesperson Ryan Berni said.

“Right now the proposed tax rate does not cover the cost for the state to collect it. The state actually loses money at the proposed tax rate that they are proposing on fantasy sports,” Video poker lobbyist Alton Ashy said.

“Obviously the intention is that it is places that have video poker. It really is an end around and a subversion of what people know and like about fantasy sports,” Berni added.


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