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Spiffbet Acquires Sir Jackpot and Live Lounge

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Spiffbet has signed an agreement with Livelounge Ltd, a company registered in the British Virgin Islands, to acquire the online casinos Sir Jackpot and Live Lounge for a maximum of SEK 2.5 million.

The transaction means that Spiffbet acquires the rights to the domains sirjackpot. com and livelounge. com with associated customer databases and other intellectual property rights. The acquisition includes two employees who will be integrated into Spiffbet.

The acquisition will be completed with two payment tranches. One tranche consists of a promissory note of SEK 2 million to be redeemed after approximately two months either in cash or by set-off against newly issued Spiffbet shares, and the second tranche through a cash payment of SEK 0.5 million which will be paid out provided that certain conditions are met by 30 June 2021.

“We continue to deliver on our growth and acquisition strategy. Sir Jackpot and Live Lounge contribute to our existing business with both sales and earnings, which allows us to allocate fixed costs on a larger revenue base and increase our bargaining power vis-à-vis suppliers and partners. In addition, we are adding two qualified employees, which is important in the growth phase we are in now,” Henrik Svensson, CEO of Spiffbet, said.

“This is a good add-on acquisition that gives us two more established brands to work with. Thanks to the fact that the business is on the same platform as us and with the same support system in general, there will be minimal measures to integrate the business. We also welcome the two employees as employees of Spiffbet. It suits us perfectly to strengthen the organization now that we are accelerating the business of acquisitions made in 2020,” Maria Boelius, Head of Casino Operations at Spiffbet, said.


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Entain Increases its Offer to Acquire Enlabs by 32.5%

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Entain has increased its offer to acquire Enlabs by 32.5%, from SEK 40 per share to SEK 53 per share. The increased offer price is final and will not be increased by Entain.

Rob Wood, CFO and deputy CEO of Entain, said: “As a world leader in sports betting and gaming entertainment, Entain’s ambition is to revolutionise betting and gaming to create the most exciting and trusted entertainment for every customer.

In a highly competitive and regulated industry, where consolidation is a key theme, Entain is able to provide the scale and platform needed to further support Enlabs’ long-term growth, and we firmly believe that Entain will be the best home for Enlabs, its employees and customers. Against this background, we have decided to make a final offer of SEK 53 to all shareholders, providing an opportunity to exit their investment at a very attractive valuation.

We are pleased that shareholders with around 51 per cent have now irrevocably agreed to accept the offer and would urge other shareholders to do the same by 18 March.”

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2 by 2 Gaming signs up Leander for further games

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Existing relationship extended with additional games deal

Leander Games is delighted to announce that longstanding partner 2 By 2 Gaming has signed up to develop a further 7 games on the LeGa platform.

2 by 2 Gaming will build the games for distribution via Leander’s LeGa aggregation platform.

The new games will extend the development relationship between the two which already sees 2 by 2 Gaming providing 19 games to the Leander platform including Giant Riches, Wolfheart, Pinocchio’s Fortune, Spell of Odin to name a few.

“We’re really pleased that the Leander aggregation platform will be enhanced by the new games from 2 by 2,” said Steven Matsell, CEO at Leander Games.

“The faith 2 by 2 Gaming has shown in our platform is much appreciated and we look forward to continuing our close relationship in the future.”

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“We have enjoyed a fruitful relationship with Leander for a while now and we know that the games we produce have proved popular with their clients,” said Shridhar Joshi, CEO at 2 by 2 Gaming.

“We are excited to be able to given the opportunity to supply an even broader selection of top-quality games under this extended relationship.”

The new set of games will start to become available to Leander’s customers in April.

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Kerala Government Bans Online Rummy

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The Government of Kerala has amended the Kerala Gaming Act 1960 and declared online rummy as illegal. The ban will come into force with immediate effect.

The decision comes after the Kerala High Court directive that had urged the state government to take measures against the online rummy business. During the February 15 hearing, the Kerala High Court was told about the online rummy menace. A Public Interest Litigation filed by movie director Pauly Vadakkan had sought action against such sites that hosted the online rummy games. The director in his plea had said that the online rummy gaming business was ruining the youth of the state. The plea had also mentioned a suicide by a young man after he lost a considerable amount due to his habit of playing online rummy.

Kerala is not the first state in India that has banned online rummy. Earlier, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu have also amended existing laws or brought rules to declare online rummy gaming as illegal.

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