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Pangea will be in London for Two Exciting Gaming Events

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The Pangea team is extremely thrilled to be taking part in two exciting Gaming events in London this February.

 

We are proud to announce that we will be visiting the London Affiliate Conference and the ICE Totally Gaming Event between 6th-10th February 2018. These expos will enable us to network with potential clients and fill them in about our translation and localization services while they chat to us a little bit about their overall business goals. We want to enlighten leaders in this industry about how localization can take their gaming business to new, global heights.

Pangea is readying to communicate and collaborate with hundreds of delegates, affiliates, managers and CEOs of prestigious companies. “We can’t wait to meet the big-name brands and get chatting with hot-shots in the industry. Have they translated their website? Do they need blog content? We’re looking forward to finding out the exact localization needs of these companies. At Pangea, we’re passionate about gaming so we’re not only excited about building a potential collaboration with these people but also talking about the latest iGaming trends.” says Michal Shinitzky, Managing Director of Pangea Localization Services.

Want to meet us there?

Drop by to say “hi” at the London Affiliate Conference (Booth M1) and the ICE Totally Gaming Event between 6th-10th February 2018 at ExCeL, London.

Give us a call (+35796130494) to meet up and have a chat!

 

Established in 2015, Pangea provides services in Translation, Localization and Content in a variety of fields including Forex, Trading, iGaming and Marketing. Our thriving team of industry expert linguists specialize in 40+ languages. Pangea’s objective is to help businesses go global and reach new markets worldwide by delivering impactful content in ultra-competitive markets.

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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Booming Games releases Royal Wins

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Slot provider Booming Games transports players to London to marvel at the iconic sites of this world-renowned capital.

 

Royal Wins is the second game to be released as part of the Neon Signature Series, a sequence of titles currently being released by Booming Games based on the lights and sights of the world’s most beloved big cities. The first release Vegas Wins received considerable acclaim, introducing many new players to the Booming Games’ brand.

We are delighted to be adding another game to the Neon Signature Series to create our first collection of themed slots,” said Frederik Niehusen, head of business development at Booming Games. “Everything you’d expect to see in London is present, with Big Ben, double decker buses and the Queen’s Guard, all in stunning neon.

With Free Spins, Gamble, Stacked Symbols and Wilds there is plenty to keep players entertained. Three or more Scatters will award 10 Free Spins which can be retriggered without limit. The Gamble lets players enter a double-or-nothing round where they have the chance to double their winnings if they guess correctly. Additionally, there are Stacked Symbols which are identical symbols in stacks of three, which can land partially or completely on the game board increasing the chance of those lucrative wins.

So, prepare to win it big in Royal Wins. 

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UKGC, CEO Sarah Harrison, who gave Gambling Commission teeth, set to leave

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Sarah Harrison is to leave the Gambling Commission for a role at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

 

Sarah Harrison, credited with giving the Gambling Commission far more teeth in her time as chief executive, is to leave the industry regulator at the end of February to take up a senior role with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Harrison took over at the commission in October 2015 having joined from energy regulator Ofgem, where she had shown a willingness to impose stringent penalties.

She continued down that path at the Gambling Commission, with recent examples including the record £7.8 million penalty online firm 888 suffered due to serious flaws in their social responsibility measures and the £2.3m penalty Ladbrokes Coral received last month for breaching regulations.

The commission has also teamed up with the Competition and Markets Authority to take action over gambling industry terms and conditions.

Harrison said: “I am proud of the work that all at the commission have delivered together. I am very confident that as the commission delivers its new strategy it will go from strength to strength and will continue to make gambling in Britain fairer and safer.

The commission said the search for Harrison’s successor was already under way. Neil McArthur, the commission’s chief counsel and executive director, will be appointed as acting CEO from February 28 until the permanent replacement can take up the post.

Gambling Commission chairman Bill Moyes said: “The Gambling Commission has set an ambitious agenda and clear priorities for treating customers fairly and making play safer and our new three-year strategy embeds this approach for the future.

Sarah’s impact has been significant in shaping this direction of travel. I and my board colleagues wish Sarah every success for the future and look forward to continuing to work with her to deliver this agenda over the next few months.

Harrison has warned the gambling industry that the commission would back a statutory levy on operators if they fail to increase their financial contribution to fighting problem gambling and on Thursday Rosena Allin-Khan, the shadow sports minister, pledged that a Labour government will introduce a compulsory system.

Speaking to delegates on the second and final day of the GambleAware Harm Minimisation conference, she described as “unacceptable” that operators took “a record £13.8 billion” but only contributed £8 million to problem gambling charities instead of an expected £10m.

She added that Labour would also seek to ban football shirt advertising, citing the long-term impact on young people in terms of “normalising” gambling.

Labour is also seeking a £2 limit per spin on betting shop FOBTs and Allin-Khan later added there was also great concern about the growing impact of online and mobile gambling.

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MPs give in to bookies lobby on FOBTs

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A leaked document has revealed that MPs pushed arguments made by bookie lobbyist during the FOBTs stake limit reduction debate.

 

Fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) maximum stake limit is soon to be slashed down and bookmakers are trying to avoid it going down to £2, as proposed by the Labour Party (LP). According to a leaked document, some MPs were pushing arguments made by lobbyists for the industry prior to the debate on the subject and has generated concerns on the LP.

I have been campaigning against fixed-odds betting terminals for many years now, and everyone who has been involved in this campaign is well aware that the gambling lobby is a very powerful and well-resourced organisation with friends in parliament who are keen to protect their interests and profits. The damage caused by these machines has been tolerated for far too long, aided and abetted by this lobbying.” – said Labour MP David Lammy.

According to the leaked document, some statements like those highlighting steps taken by bookies to tackle problem gambling or the shops employement rate could actually be versions of the bookmakers own questions.

Bookmakers are bracing for impact as the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is preparing three options for the maximum stake limit to be set on FOBTs. The current limit is £100 every 20 seconds and could be dropped to £2 (as proposed by the Labour party), £50 (which is the most appealing to bookies) and one between £10 and £30.

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