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Play’n GO Draw on Inspiration for Latest Slot, Madame Ink



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“It’s always important to approach a theme from a new angle, to move ahead of the competition and create a more distinctive experience.”

The latest creation from Play’n GO hit the market today, with the artistic new slot 5-reel slot Madame Ink.

With artwork directly inspired by actual tattoo designs; Madame Ink brings a magical quality to a form of art which means so much to so many people across different countries and cultures.

It is the popularity and significance of tattoos that make it a theme that feeds directly into the way Play’n GO approach their game design.

The slot provider has made no secret of the fact that while different games may resonate more strongly with certain audiences, the design and gameplay will always appeal to all types of players. In this instance, body art has a significance and meaning in every corner of the globe worldwide.

Play’n GO have also added a more mythical element to their slot; adding focus to the mysticism that surrounds tattoos, as well as the general theme and artwork of the slot.

CPO Martin Zettergren spoke about the idea behind it:

“It’s always important to approach a theme from a new angle, to move ahead of the competition and create a more distinctive experience for operators and their players.

The artwork and the design, are just one element of the game for players to enjoy, then you have the narrative of Madame Ink and her magical powers, which gives a whole other aspect as well.”

Madame Ink is out now and available to play online.

Source: Latest News on European Gaming Media Network
This is a Syndicated News piece. Photo credits or photo sources can be found on the source article: Play’n GO Draw on Inspiration for Latest Slot, Madame Ink

George Miller (Gyorgy Molnar) started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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Green Jade Games dazzle with SkillOnNet



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Provider of unique slots and arcade-skill games now available to players powered by the state-of-the-art casino platform

SkillOnNet, the platform provider behind market-leading casino brands such as PlayOJO, Slingo, and Metal Casino, has joined forces with progressive and innovative slot studio, Green Jade Games, to add yet more quality content to its portfolio.

The integration means that players at SkillOnNet brands will be able to access the developer’s differentiated content proposition which includes KO slots and arcade skill games for the very first time. This includes titles such as Hammer of Fortune, Candy Wall, Jade Puzzle, and just launched games like Casino Blocks.

Green Jade’s skill-based arcade games have proved particularly popular with players, combining elements of skill with a random number generator to ensure players can still win big from relatively small stakes. Each game also boasts striking graphics and authentic sound.

The Green Jade integration means that SkillOnNet offers one of the largest game lobbies to operators in markets around the world with more than 3,000 titles available. This includes slots, table games, bingo, live dealer, scratch cards, and skill games.

In addition, operators can take advantage of cutting-edge responsible gambling tools, localized payment options, features like tournaments and reel races as well as 24/7 customer support.

Michael Golembo, from SkillOnNet, said: “Green Jade Games has enjoyed huge success with its recent run of games so we are thrilled to be able to offer them to our operator partners for the first time, especially its skill-based arcade titles.

“Content is one of the most powerful ways operators can stand out from their rivals and we want to be able to provide our partners with the widest range of studios and developers to help them do this and in that regard, Green Jade is a great addition to our portfolio.”

Mark Taffler, Chief Commercial Officer at Green Jade Games, said: “SkillOnNet has emerged as the absolute market leader when it comes to online casino with the brands powered by its platform among the most popular and successful in a wide range of markets.

“To see our games land in the lobbies of casino sites such as PlayOJO, Spin Genie, PlayMillion and LuckyVegas really is an honor and we believe they will prove to be a huge hit with players, especially those looking for a unique casino experience via our skill-based arcade games.”

Source: Latest News on European Gaming Media Network
This is a Syndicated News piece. Photo credits or photo sources can be found on the source article: Green Jade Games dazzle with SkillOnNet

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Betixon strikes Betsson deal in Lithuania and Esto



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Rising star mobile slot developer integrates suite of titles with operator’s popular Betsafe and Supercasino brands

Betixon, the mobile-first slot developer, will integrate its full suite of thrilling and fun games with tier one operator, Betsson Group.

Under the deal, Betixon’s cutting edge mobile slots, which can also be played on desktop, will launch to players in Lithuania and Estonia via the operator’s Betsafe and Supercasino brands.

This means players at these popular online casinos will be able to access titles such as Boots of Luck, Wild Wolf and Ages of Halvar, plus the soon to launch Fortune Breakers series, for the first time.

Fortune Breakers is set to become Betixon’s flagship game series, with each slot packed with stunning visuals and animations plus innovative gameplay and features.

Betixon was founded by industry veterans and has already earned a formidable reputation for designing and developing highly engaging games that have been built for mobile play from the get-go.

Each slot boasts an incredibly high production value, with striking graphics and authentic sound combined with engaging gameplay thanks to the use of cutting-edge math and mechanics.

The developer’s games are available to operators in a wide range of regulated markets, including the UK, Lithuania, Estonia, Italy, Colombia, and Romania with more to follow.

Lior Cohen, Co-founder and CTO of Betixon, said: “This is a major deal for Betixon and marks our arrival as a major player on the slot development scene.

“Betsson is one of the biggest names in the business and it is a real honour to see our suite of mobile-first slot games launch to players in Lithuania and Estonia through its Betsafe and Supercasino brands.

“As a studio, we are focused on regulated markets and partnering with operators that share our strategy and vision, and in Betsson we have found the perfect partner.”

Ciara Nic Liam, Product Director for Gaming at Betsson Group, said: “We pride ourselves in offering our players the widest range of quality casino content localised to the market from which they are playing.

“Betixon has quickly emerged as a rising star on the slot development scene and we believe their games will prove to be hugely popular with players in Lithuania and Estonia.

“We look forward to seeing titles such as Boots of Luck and Fortune Breaks land in the game lobby at Betsafe and Supercasino and to enjoying a long and successful partnership with Betixon.”

Source: Latest News on European Gaming Media Network
This is a Syndicated News piece. Photo credits or photo sources can be found on the source article: Betixon strikes Betsson deal in Lithuania and Esto

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LeoVegas first to offer open banking



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LeoVegas will be the first out in the gaming industry to allow open banking transactions under PSD2 via the company’s proprietary technology platform. This will result in even more secure and faster payments for customers directly from their own bank accounts as well as lower transaction costs and reduced dependence on other payment service providers for LeoVegas.

“Secure, seamless and fast payments are incredibly important, and the fact that we now – through PSD2 (the Second European Payment Services Directive) – have the opportunity to directly integrate with many European banks, will provide a superior customer experience offered by security and speed,” comments Gustaf Hagman, LeoVegas’ Group CEO. “Conducting transactions via open banking is also considerably more cost-effective compared with traditional payment methods. There is a high level of activity in our product and technology development organisation, and it is exciting to see all of the innovations we are delivering to our customers. We are first out in the industry with this pioneering payment solution, which will change the entire payments industry in the years ahead.”

The UK is the first market in which LeoVegas has already launched payments via open banking. Customer data from the initial weeks show that 10% of all new customers already are choosing to initiate their payments via open banking. The solution will be successively rolled out across several of the company’s core markets in Europe.

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PSD2 stands for the EU’s Second Payment Services Directive, which aims to develop the market for electronic payments and thereby create better conditions for secure and effective payments. Open banking is one aspect of PSD2 and entails that actors open up and share information with each other. The opportunities afforded by open banking include coupling together business models that together form a new ecosystem for payments, creating added value for customers.

Source: Latest News on European Gaming Media Network
This is a Syndicated News piece. Photo credits or photo sources can be found on the source article: LeoVegas first to offer open banking

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