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Exclusive interview with Piotr Szpoton, CEO at BeeFee

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You are a fairly new online games studio, but you have already built up an impressive portfolio of games, what makes you different from the other studios out there?

We focus on having a great variety of titles in terms of graphics, mathematics and themes. We have a good mixture of more traditional casino games such as Hot Classic and Lucky Tropics which are modern takes on the fruit machine, as well as our more advanced new titles Bonnie & Clyde, Aztec Adventure 3D and Magic Hunter that have proven to become very popular. Bonnie & Clyde became our second top performing games just one month after it launched in April which is a major achievement for our development team. This new line of games portfolio will continue to grow, and we will launch some exciting new games in the near future.

As well as developing online slots you have experience from retail gaming in several countries, how do you use that experience to better your offering online?

The main benefit of operating across different verticals and in different jurisdictions is that we have learnt a lot of what players want. Knowing your players is crucial in this industry. We believe in creating high-quality games that are localised to specific markets. In some markets, players prefer simple graphic and high volatility over more complex mathematics, and graphics and in other markets, it’s the other way around. Being able to analyse this behaviour across verticals is hugely beneficial for us.

Do you think the online slot market is becoming too crowded with new studios continuing to crop up?

There is currently a huge number of suppliers and a plethora of games are released on a monthly basis, making the lifetime of a single game very short. There are only a couple of titles we could name that perform well for longer periods. What is important is to remember that quality should be prioritised over quantity despite the volume of games being pushed out.

What is BeeFee doing to ensure player engagement and loyalty in this highly competitive sector?

Most suppliers are now introducing tools to encourage player engagement and gamification has been the buzzword of the industry recently. As mentioned, we try to ensure our games appeal to players in the markets that we target. We also invest in research to ensure the experience for the player gets more entertaining and then implement features we think will be appreciated into our new games.

What is your plan for 2019/what can we expect for 2019?

As mentioned, we will continue to create exciting and innovative titles that we are certain will be a hit with players and operators alike. We will also announce some exciting deals with aggregators and other partners which will ensure our content is available for an even wider audience in more jurisdictions. One of our main ongoing strategies is to bring new quality into existing legacy gaming markets. And we look forward to doing for the remainder of 2019.


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Entain Launches Global Initiatives to Support Women Interested in Building Careers in Technology

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Entain Plc has launched a series of international initiatives to support girls and young women interested in building careers in technology.

Girls Who Code, an international non-profit organisation working to close the gender gap in technology, is to receive US$250K from the Entain Foundation, its not-for-profit affiliate, to support its global programmes to bring young women into the technology industry, most notably in the UK, US, Canada and India. The scale of Entain’s support makes it one of Girls Who Codes most significant global partners.

The Entain Foundation is also providing Aus. $50K funding to the Tech Girls Movement in Australia, which aims to challenge gender perceptions which limit girls’ participation in STEM through school-based early intervention programmes.

The new initiatives follow recent senior female appointments to the leadership team at Entain, including that of new chief executive Jette Nygaard-Andersen and two new non-executive board directors, Stella David and Vicky Jarman. Over 50% of Entain’s workforce is female, including over 30% in technology roles.

Jette Nygaard-Andersen, CEO of Entain, said: “I’m proud to be leading a global technology company which is making real strides in promoting women’s careers, not just in the West, but also developing markets like India where creating opportunities for young women is especially important.

“Everywhere however, the biggest challenges continue to be cultural, around what society and young women themselves believe they can do, which is why we are focusing on initiatives to support their education and build stronger pathways into technology-related careers.”

Dr. Tarika Barrett, incoming CEO of Girls Who Code, said: “Passionate, ambitious and diverse young women are the key to transforming the world and the technical workforce. This International Women’s Day, we’re excited to partner with the Entain to support young women around the world on their journey into the technical workforce. Our work together will help spur the creation of a more fair and equitable workforce, helping more women of all backgrounds rise to the top and achieve their goals of working in tech.”

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CT Gaming Interactive Expands its Presence in Belgium

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CT Gaming Interactive has expanded its presence in the Belgium market through its new partnership with Supergame.be.

Supergame.be has gained access to a portfolio of dice slots supplied by the global content provider. As a result of the agreement, a diverse palette of the company’s dice slots titles are currently available to the online casino players, including 50 Dice Treasures, Dice Woods, 40 Mega Dice, which have enhanced graphics for better interaction with players.

“We are delighted to have our content live with Supergame.be. We would like to welcome them to our growing customer base in Belgium and look forward to our excellent partnership by contributing to their amazing performance with our content offering,” Martin Ivanov, Businеss Development Manager at CT Gaming Interactive, said.

“CT Gaming Interactive is a well-respected supplier and we are happy to add their games portfolio, which we know will provide our players with entertaining gameplay. The great experience is what brings players to us, and it is our top priority to only provide games that meet their needs and expectations. We look forward to a valuable working relationship,” Henk Wolff, Marketing & communication manager at Supergame.be, said.

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Winbet launch new Spotlight Sports Group sport content

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Winbet has launched Spotlight Sports Group sports betting editorial across their site. The agreement comes off the back of Spotlight Sports Group’s deal with Sportal365.

Winbet recently launched Winbet.it in Italy and this venture into a new territory prompted Winbet to draft the expertise of Spotlight Sports Group to supply a localised expert solution at scale. Spotlight Sports Group will provide their editorial directly into Sportal365s CMS on behalf of Winbet.

Breaking into the new territory has been made easier with Winbet utilising the group’s network of over 250 localised journalists knowledgeable in all key sports. The group delivers 15 pieces a day covering content with native speakers with knowledge of the key sporting events. Basing the content around the pivotal events in the Italian sports calendar drives engagement and enriches Winbet’s customer experience.

The editorial ensures customers are informed with high-quality long-form pieces. The ability to deliver this at such a scale and at speed is a key strength of Spotlight Sports Group as they fully manage Winbets editorial and deliver on a daily basis.

Discussing the agreement, Spotlight Sports Group, Account Director Daniel Smith said:

‘We’re delighted to see the agreement with Sportal365 has led to Winbet being able to utilise our services. We have a huge network of localised journalists who produce brilliant content in over 70 languages and our betting editorial really does take customers above and beyond what a regular sportsbook offers. We’re excited to be working with Winbet and we believe our editorial content can create a distinctive sports betting experience for their customers.’

Echoing Smith’s words Cvetomir Krumov, Head of Operations at Winbet said:

‘’Spotlight Sports Group has shown their capability to drive engagement through their expert editorial. Their difference and the reason we decided to work with them was down to their unique betting angle in all of their editorial. On top of this the fact that the content can be localised to our audience is a huge advantage and we’re excited to off an enhanced experience to our customers.’’

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