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The Future of Gambling Industry in Online Casinos

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It’s not a secret that the technology came into every part of our lives and changed them forever. Almost everything is one click away from us.

It’s not people who have to adapt to strong technological changes. Businesses and industries are all, inevitably and irretrievably, influenced by rapid technological development.

The Coronavirus pandemic showed how much people rely on the internet and technology. With the ongoing pandemic. people used the internet to order almost everything, even food.

The rising industry in recent months has been the online gambling industry. People need fun and something to keep them exciting. Nowadays, a lot of entertainment is available just when people are online. People explore the internet and look for new online adventures. It’s not uncommon that when home, people spend hours seeking new online ways to entertain.

All things considered, it’s not a surprise that the online gambling industry is rising.  You can even play for real money at casinochan.com At this point, it could beat land-based gambling worldwide.

Changes in the Industry

Security is one of the most important topics in the industry of online casinos. Gamblers must know that their personal information is secure. This helps them feel relaxed and safe. Security is very important in the eyes of clients. Thus, operators pay much attention to improving security measures.

Biometrics and artificial intelligence both contribute to security and protection. Biometrics helps to verify clients. Artificial intelligence helps to notice any suspicious changes in how bettors behave.

Yet, to increase the level of security, it’s important to work more on encryption algorithms. A higher level of security will bring new clients and help to keep them.

Technology contributes to the industry of online gambling nowadays. Sound, and graphic improvements, are all indispensable. With these improvements, operators tend to improve gambling experience. With better graphics and better sounds, the gambling experience is far more realistic.

Latest Trends in Online Gambling

Because almost everything happens on our phones, online betting companies launched mobile apps. These apps are becoming more and more user friendly. Operators offer great bonuses for everyone who downloads the app. They do this to attract new members to their online casino.

It seems that, despite many legal challenges, cryptocurrencies became mainstream. These digital currencies offer great benefits for both, gamblers and operators. Thus, they couldn’t go unnoticed. Cryptocurrencies are evolving and becoming more and more popular.

The latest trend in the industry of online gambling is virtual reality. Gamblers can now enter virtual casinos and socialize in there. With the VR technology, gamblers can feel like they are in real online casinos as you can play for real money at casinochan.com, even though they sit in their homes.

 

With an experience of over 8 years in the online gambling industry, as an affiliate, later affiliate manager and consultant, I consider myself a veteran of the industry and can guarantee that you will be served with the most accurate information.

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Lottery.com Enters Into an Agreement with Ritzio International, as it Seeks to Enter Various European Markets

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Lottery. com, a leading platform that allows users to play the lottery online, has signed an engagement letter with Ritzio International (“Ritzio”) in relation to an expansion of Lottery. com’s business into European markets.

Ritzio is a leading gaming brand for outstanding customer service, profitable strategy, and leadership. Its gaming venues are primarily small and medium-sized properties located in urban areas throughout Europe. Their stable gaming network provides visitors with flexible access to a growing portfolio of gaming venues, entertainment services and strict standards of quality and safety.

Europe’s gambling market is estimated to be approximately €23 billion ($27.4 billion). The addressable market in the countries that Ritzio covers includes 96 million people.

“This partnership is an important inroad as we expand our overseas operations and offer our products to new markets,” said Lottery. com CEO Tony DiMatteo. “Ritzio’s established presence and experience in the gaming industry is phenomenal and aligns well with our growth strategy.”

The deal demonstrates Lottery.com’s recent efforts to increase its international expansion and presence, with Ritzio operating more than 150 gaming halls across its Germany, Romania, and Belarus divisions, exceeding 3,800 gaming terminals and €90 million ($107 million) of annual revenue. Ritzio brings more than 15 years experience in this market. More information about Ritzio can be found on their website https://ritzio.eu/

On February 22, 2021, the Company entered into a definitive agreement with Trident Acquisitions Corp. (Nasdaq: TDACU, TDAC, TDACW) to become a publicly traded company on The Nasdaq Stock Market.

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Voodoo Ranger Becomes Official Beer Partner of Dignitas

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Voodoo Ranger has become the Official Beer Partner of the esports organisation Dignitas.

The partnership marks the first in esports for Voodoo Ranger and features community-centric social, digital, and future on-location activations with the goal of connecting Dignitas’ vibrant fanbase through the organisation’s content creators and athletes.

Through the partnership, Voodoo Ranger and Dignitas will collaborate on exciting new content to celebrate Dignitas’ passionate esports fans and community. In Voodoo Ranger Community Game Nights, streamed live on Twitch, Dignitas athletes and content creators will square-off in battles of bragging rights and brews. Dignitas will also hold a series of fan-focused Happy Hours and release original content, celebrating the special connection between gaming fans across the world and the future of the global esports community. Dignitas and Voodoo Ranger will continue to connect gaming fans and athletes at live, in-person events in the future; offering opportunities for tasting, sampling and celebrating.

“Our partnership with Dignitas is an amazing chance to support a team and community that loves beer and all things gaming and esports but includes the community support and initiatives that we as a brewery also hold extremely close to our hearts. Cheers!” Patrick Morgan, Voodoo Ranger Community Manager, said.

“Aligning with a brand that values bringing people together as highly as we do makes Voodoo Ranger a natural fit. Community is the lifeblood of esports and gaming, and we’re proud to partner with a brand dedicated to uplifting and celebrating the lives and moments we all share together,” John Spiher, Vice President of Partnerships at Dignitas, said.

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BLAST Premier extends broadcast reach for 2021 season with eight new media deals

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Media deals include linear TV channels SportsMax, Nordic Entertainment Group and BOLT+ after increased viewership in 2020

Esports tournament BLAST Premier has extended its international broadcast reach with eight new media rights deals for the rest of the 2021 season.

TV channels SportsMax, Nordic Entertainment Group and BOLT+, among other new deals, will take the world’s leading Counter-Strike tournament series to a number of new regions around the world, including: Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Iceland, Canada, Kosovo, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India and the Caribbean.

The new rights partnerships will extend the esports media network’s portfolio of media rights to over 35 partners, meaning BLAST Premier will be shown in 18 different languages and across 157 territories.

The announcement highlights a period of growth for BLAST’s TV and online distribution footprint after a year of increased viewership for esports. Newszoo’s 2020 report estimated a year-on-year increase in the total esports audience by 11.7% to just short of 500 million people, while revenue from media rights and sponsorships ($822.4m) was expected to account for three-quarters of the total market.

Last season, BLAST Premier enjoyed increased viewership and more than 83 million hours of content watched across all seven of its Counter-Strike tournaments while posting the most watched CS:GO online match of all time during the Global Final.

Alexander Lewin, VP of Distribution and Programming for BLAST, said: “We are thrilled to see so many new partners join the BLAST network of leading TV and online channels. These deals will offer even more fans the opportunity to tune in to watch BLAST Premier from around the world, which is now accessible in over 150 territories and 18 languages. We expect to continue our path of expansion during an exciting period of viewership growth at BLAST Premier and in esports.”

BLAST Premier is a global Counter-Strike tournament series that unites all major events, offers opportunities to all regions across the globe and crowns the world champions of CS:GO. Up to 32 teams will take part in the seven BLAST Premier events this year with a combined prize pool of $2,475,000 on the line.

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