Innovative live dealer provider is set to stream its Roulette product from the gaming floor of Denmark’s oldest and most prestigious casino.
Live casino pioneer Authentic Gaming has signed a break-through partnership deal to live stream its Authentic Roulette product from the gaming floor of online and land-based casino operator, Royal Casino Group, in Denmark.
The deal marks the first time that live gaming will be streamed from a Danish land based casino. It will stream footage from two tables, with standard and auto-roulette LIVE offered to a number of operators including Royal Casino Groups own online casino RoyalCasino.dk. Authentic Roulette allows land-based operators to live stream games from roulette tables located on their casino floor to an unlimited number of online players via the supplier’s network of B2B clients, including Mr Green, LeoVegas, Unibet and RoyalCasino.dk.
The supplier already streams live from the following properties, with more to follow: The Platinum Casino at the Radisson BLU Hotel in Bucharest, Casino International Batumi at the Hilton Hotel (Georgia), The Saint-Vincent Casino (Italy) and Casino Bucharest at the Intercontinental Hotel.
Jonas Delin, CEO of Authentic Gaming, said: “We are delighted to have signed this deal with Royal Casino Group in Denmark. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious casinos in the world, and provides a beautiful backdrop for online players. Our strategy is to expand our presence in regulated markets where we provide local players with local live games. At the moment, we have partnerships in place with Italian, Romanian and now Danish casinos.”
Mads Richard Pedersen, the owner of Royal Casino Group, added: “With more than 26 years of experience and having become an online operator, we’re always looking to innovate and push the industry forward. Authentic Roulette is a cutting-edge live casino product, and we are thrilled that online players from all over the world can access tables located on our gaming floor in Denmark for the first time. It is a huge opportunity to introduce new players to the Royal Casino Group and our exclusive online and land-based casinos, while also providing our Danish and international patrons with the opportunity to continue to play while away from the land based property online.”
OneTouch unveils new Russian Poker release
Single-touch ergonomics make it perfect for on-the-go betting
Monday, 5th February 2018 – Premium games developer OneTouch will arrive at ICE 2018 armed with Russian Poker – it’s latest industry-leading online table game.
Russian Poker offers a unique version of player vs house poker, where the player is dealt five cards and is offered the chance to exchange cards or buy an additional card to make two five-card hands.
Players can also take insurance and buy the dealer a card if they don’t qualify with their opening five cards. This exciting version of casino poker is sure to be an online hit in Eastern European markets where the game had a large and loyal following in land-based casinos.
Matthew Rochman, Head of OneTouch, added: “We’re always looking to add a modern flair to traditional table games and that’s exactly what we have done with Russian Poker.
“The game is hugely popular in Eastern Europe and we are confident players will love our crystal-clear graphics and mobile-first approach as we bid to make it a modern-day classic.
“We believe we are the first company to deliver a state-of-the-art mobile version of Russian Poker and operators who have received been given a sneak preview of this games are excited and keen to add it to their portfolio in 2018.”
The decks are also shuffled using a Provably Fair RNG, allowing players to verify the integrity of the shuffling and cards dealt to them, creating a gaming experience which is both exciting, enjoyable and fair.
OneTouch’s full portfolio of titles, which also includes roulette, blackjack and baccarat, will all be available to demo on Stand S9-112 at ICE 2018.
Isle of Man-based OneTouch Technology Ltd develops premium table games for online casinos worldwide by combining innovative mobile-first designs with sharp single-touch interactivity to deliver a superior online gambling experience on both desktop and hand-held devices.
For more information, please visit www.onetouch.io
Greek Casinos Could Start Giving Loans
A new bill tabled in the Greek parliament on Monday could allow casinos to lend money to reliable customers to gamble.
In an omnibus bill being voted on Monday amid strikes and protests, there is a provision which will enable casinos to lend over 50,000 euros to select customers to continue playing if they need to, a Greek finance ministry source said.
This new law is aimed at foreign customers, to facilitate more spending in Greek casinos. The idea behind the bill is that studies show many gamblers decide on the place where they will spend their holidays on the presence of casinos where lines of credit are available.
These loans will not involve cash but special chips to be used exclusively inside a particular casino. To convert these special chips into money, any casino loan must have been repaid in full.
Chips will be counted as casino revenue, meaning gambling loans will be taxed, the finance ministry source added.
Plans to expand the availability of gambling in Greece have met opposition, with the local authorities in the Greek islands of Santorini and Crete recently hitting out at government plans to allow casinos to open on the popular tourist destinations.
Media reports from Crete say that local councils in the island are also preparing to launch a campaign against the casinos.
Greek’s Planned Regulatory Reform on Gambling Faces Growing Opposition
Greek casino officials voiced concerns earlier this week that the planned overhaul of the country’s gambling industry favors new casinos over existing ones.
A draft bill that calls for significant changes within the nation’s gambling sector is currently under consideration by the Greek government.
Among other things, the piece of legislation proposes a new licensing framework for the country’s casinos. According to officials at operational casinos the new regulatory regime creates better conditions for new industry stakeholders. Gambling executives also oppose the implementation of different corporate taxes for operators of existing venues and for newcomers.
The proposed scrapping of an entry fee for patrons is yet another provision that existing casinos have received with discontent. Under the draft bill, already operational gaming venues will first have to be given the nod from the Hellenic Gaming Commission in order to remove the entry fee. What is more, they will have to pay a compensation fee, which casino officials deem too high.
The sweeping gambling reform currently under consideration by lawmakers allows for the relocation of six existing casinos and the construction of three new casinos on the Greek islands of Mykonos, Crete, and Santorini. All three are popular tourist destinations and the opening of gambling venues is hoped to attract even a greater number of international travelers and boost Greece’s tourism industry and economy at a time when the country desperately needs additional revenue sources.
Mykonos Opposes the New Casino Proposal
News have emerged from Greece that officials from all three islands have opposed the proposal for the construction of gambling venues on their territories. However, it can be said that Mykonos officials have been most vocal in their discontent with the proposed gambling expansion.
Local media reported recently that Mykonos’ mayor, Konstantinos Koukas, has sent a letter to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras expressing the island’s opposition to the casino plan. In his letter, Mr. Koukas has said that the island has much more pressing issues to address, including the addition of more schools, hospitals, and infrastructure. The letter further read that only after these issues are solved, they could think about building a casino.
Island officials have also stressed on the fact that while the Greek government had conducted public consultation on the proposed casino expansion and the Mykonos municipality had participated in it, its stance on the matter had clearly not been taken into consideration.
Last month, the Mykonos City Council approved a proposal for a referendum at which islanders would be able to voice their opinion on the matter. Councilors also decided to launch a petition against the casino proposal and to authorize Mayor Koukas to take legal action in relation to the government’s decision to potentially authorize the construction of a casino on the island, despite the growing opposition to the move.
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