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Saddle Up for a Cowboy Adventure in Pariplay’s New ‘The Good, The Bad & The Wild’ Slot

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Wild West theme invites players to a local saloon and tests the speed of their draw in search for big wins

Pariplay Ltd., a gaming technology company serving iGaming operators, land-based casinos and lotteries, has launched The Good, The Bad & The Wild, a Western-themed online slot that challenges players to make off with precious loot through special features, such as the Bank Robbery bonus round. Set against a foreboding landscape, this 5-reel, 40-payline adventure is packed with even more gunslinging features, including Shooting Wilds, Locked & Loaded and Bang Bang Wilds.

Kicking off the fun-filled action, the Shooting Wilds feature grants players up to 20 wild symbols, shaped like a sheriff’s badge, which can appear anywhere on the reels during the base game. Two pistols appear on screen, firing out extra wild symbols to help the player collect huge rewards.

Embracing the Wild West’s unpredictability and adding to its big win potential is the Bank Robbery bonus round, offering slot enthusiasts bandit-sized payouts when three or more symbols land on the reels. This subsequently triggers the bonus wheel containing one of three rewards. These include a prize multiplier granting up to 80x the total bet amount, Bang Bang Wilds and the Locked & Loaded round.

Players can sit back in the saloon with a refreshing sarsaparilla as they enjoy the Locked & Loaded function. Triggered by the bonus feature, Locked & Loaded awards players seven free spins. A wild is added after each spin and remains in its position until the end of the spins. Further amplifying these massive Wild West wins, is the Bang Bang Wilds feature, which activates three free spins, guaranteeing at least one reel full of wilds on every spin.

Boasting a 96.04% return-to-player (RTP) rate and more than 20 language translations, The Good, The Bad & The Wild is designed to reach a global audience of adventure-seeking slots enthusiasts. Certified by regulators in the UK, Isle of Man and Malta, this video slot will soon be available in Sweden, Romania, Bulgaria, Portugal and Denmark. Pariplay’s game portfolio is comprised of over 100 online casino games, including popular titles Viking GloryDragons of the North and Gold’orado.

Richard Mintz, Commercial and Marketing Director at Pariplay, said: “The Good, The Bad & The Wild is inspired by the immensely popular Western genre that will captivate players with its immersive graphics and engaging game-play, complete with memorable characters and bountiful in-game features. Highlighting our attention to detail and high-end production values, this latest winner from our innovative game studio fully embraces the Wild West with features like the Bank Robbery bonus round and Shooting Wilds, ensuring repeat visits from slot enthusiasts.”

For more information on the launch of The Good, The Bad & The Wild, contact Pariplay.


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Ubisoft to Support Ultra’s UOS Blockchain Testnet

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Games distribution platform Ultra has announced that Ubisoft has become the first major gaming company to bolster its UOS blockchain, as a corporate block producer, during a trial period on the testnet.

Block producers will provide the infrastructure to validate transactions happening on Ultra’s blockchain. These transactions will include, for instance, in-game assets creation, ownership transfers between players or payments.

Ultra’s blockchain mainnet launch date is to be announced. Ubisoft will start contributing to the testnet before the end of the year and, if successful, will be part of the launch team for the Mainnet.

“Since Ubisoft is already a leader in the games industry and shows commitment to probe blockchain as a viable technology for games, we are very excited to be announcing our first cooperation of this kind with them. Ubisoft’s rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance and Far Cry, is a testament to their dedication to creating quality content for all, and their years long dedication to exploring blockchain technology ensures they have the knowledge and skills to be excellent block producers,” Nicolas Gilot, Founder and Co-CEO of Ultra said.

“Our team at the Strategic Innovation Lab strongly believes that all Blockchain use cases that bring value to players are important to support, and Ultra offers a solution that does just that. During this first trial period of collaboration, we hope to help them in bringing it to a larger scale and experiment with the possibilities this opens up for the industry,” Nicolas Pouard, Ubisoft’s Blockchain Initiative Director said.

“We’re on a mission to shake up the gaming industry by placing power back into the hands of developers and players. We are paving the way for a first-class game publishing platform, and we couldn’t do it without the support of companies such as Ubisoft,” Nicolas Gilot said.


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PA Commonwealth Court Rules Pennsylvania Skill Video Game Machines are Slot Machines

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The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has ruled that the video game machines manufactured and distributed by the company POM under the name “Pennsylvania Skill” are considered “slot machines” under Pennsylvania law.

“With this decision, we urge the Pennsylvania State Police, the Office of Attorney General, police departments and District Attorneys across the state to enforce Pennsylvania law to halt the proliferation of thousands of illegal Pennsylvania Skill slot machines now in convenience stores, bars, restaurants and other establishments in communities across the state,” Thomas C. Bonner, Group VP / Legal & Chief Counsel for Parx Casino said.

“We know that illegal slot machines and full-blown illegal casinos are popping up all over Pennsylvania. We know that minors are gambling, and we know that the state Lottery is losing tens of millions of dollars that should be going to our seniors because of these illegal machines. It’s time to confiscate these machines and put these illegal casinos out of business,” Bonner added.

The Commonwealth Court’s clarification that the “Pennsylvania Skill” games are “slot machines” under Pennsylvania law provides concrete and clear legal justification for law enforcement at the state and local levels to confiscate such machines and prosecute those responsible for manufacturing, distributing, leasing, or owning these machines.


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UK ASA Clears Merkur Over Bus Ticket Promotion

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The UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has cleared Merkur Cashino of targeting children with its advertising, after a £5 free-play offer on the back of a bus ticket prompted a complaint against the operator.

The complaint was against a promotion that appeared on the back of a child’s bus ticket in Birmingham and read “£5 Free Plays on a machine of your choice with this ticket.”

Rule 16.3.13 of the UK Code of Non-broadcast Advertising and Direct & Promotional Marketing (CAP Code) states that gambling marketing must not be directed at those aged under 18, either through content or by where it appears. Gambling advertising is deemed to be directed towards children if under 18s make up more than 25% of their audience.

Merkur responded to the complaint by arguing that TicketMedia, the advertising agency behind the promotion, had confirmed to them that on the bus routes on which they advertised across the UK, 23.1% of ticket-holding passengers were between 5 and 15 years of age. In addition, Merkur said that the content and design of the ad had no specific appeal to under 18s, and an “over 18” symbol was included.

“We considered that in areas where there might be a concentration of people under 18 (for example on a bus route which served schools) the proportion of under 18s in the ad’s audience might be higher than 25%. However, on the particular bus route identified by the complainant, the highest percentage of child-fare paper tickets issued was 15% during term time,” the ASA said.


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