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Red Rake Gaming hires Iain Sims to compliance role

George Miller

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Online casino games supplier Red Rake Gaming adds Iain Sims to its growing Maltese based team

Red Rake Gaming has just welcomed industry veteran Iain Sims to its Maltese located team. Mr. Sims will take the Head of Compliance supplier’s role and will oversee current company’s compliance processes, and regulatory implications in the entering of new regulated markets.

Red Rake’s offering is currently certified for the Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish and Romanian jurisdictions, while it also holds B2B licenses granted by the MGA and the UKGC. Red Rake’s goal is to wider its global footprint even more to satisfy its clients’ need and to be a leading provider in the more prominent regulated markets.

Iain Sims is joining Red Rake Gaming after a 12 years-long career in the online gaming industry, working with the Technical Compliance team at LeoVegas his latest role.

Carlos Fernández Aguilar, Head of Business Development and co-founder of Red Rake Gaming commented: “Our strategy is to have a great reach in the most important regulated markets and this goes by hand with a scrupulous attention to the requirements and technical processes present in the regulations of each jurisdiction.

Iain’s hiring shows our commitment to compliance and will allow us to consider new regulated market entries in a more efficient manner”

Iain Sims, Head of Compliance of Red Rake Gaming, added: “Compliance is key in the strategy of every egaming company, and even more so for companies like Red Rake Gaming which are in a great growth phase and with a strong appeal for working in regulated markets.

“Recent biannual audit for the Spanish jurisdiction that we have been through, which is optional for B2B companies like ourselves in this market, is just the latest proof of our commitment for the most strict regulatory compliance.

“I’m convinced that Red Rake Gaming offers some of the best games in the whole industry and its growing expansion makes this an exciting time to join them”

 

About Red Rake Gaming:
Red Rake Gaming, an online casino provider, offers a wide and varied portfolio of top performing games across various markets including Belgium, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Romania, Malta and the UK. As a boutique provider to the iGaming industry we pride ourselves on working closely with our partners to drive their revenues through our high quality game production, exclusive promotions and flexibility to accommodate their individual needs. Coming from a strong social background, Red Rake Gaming content has already been proven in the social casino space, with all the success’s from social applied to our real money gaming. Since its inception, Red Rake Gaming has experienced significant growth, and demand for feature rich games continues to strengthen. With over 30 top performing slots, video bingo’s, video poker and table games, Red Rake Gaming has games to meet all operators requirements.
For more information on industry leading content, please visit: www.redrakegaming.com

George Miller 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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Gaming Associates Europe Ltd approves Betinvest Lottery

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Gaming Associates Europe Limited, a reputable laboratory and accreditation agency in the UK, has approved the Betinvest’s new Lottery platform. With this certification, Betinvest can now supply its in-house Lottery solutions to both online and retail gaming operators in EU countries where local regulators do not require companies to carry out their own compliance checks.

“All of our games are developed in accordance with the applicable regulations and requirements. We are delighted to have been approved by Gaming Associates Europe Limited because the requirements that must be met to be granted UK certification are some of the most complicated. This confirms that our product is fair, secure, and has been tested to the appropriate standards,” commented the company’s VP of Business Development, Valentyn Kyrylenko.

Since becoming certified, Betinvest’s Lottery solutions have been integrated into the Stanleybet platform in Romania. Kyrylenko affirmed that the few first weeks of their cooperation have shown very impressive results and added, “Soon, the rest our games, such as Magic KENO, Roulette Lucky Wheel and Book of Six, will be certified too”.

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Law-enforcement practice in the gambling business at Russian Gaming Week 2019

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Success of the gambling business is directly related to its proper management within the legislative framework. The most important thing here is to be aware of all the nuances that become clear only in practice and which are not outlined in the legislation.

Russian Gaming Week 2019 is exactly the event at which one can find out how to apply the latest legislation in reality and receive the information about other cases of running a legitimate business.

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Russian Gaming Week 2019 is scheduled for June 7-6. The speaker of the event and professional lawyer Maria Lepshchykova will outline the main developments in gambling legislation.

Maria Lepshchykova is an expert in legal assistance in the gambling business. She has over 16 years of expertise in jurisprudence and since 2004 – particularly in the gambling sphere.

The expert represents the interests of gambling rooms, operators and bookmakers in different courts. Besides, Maria helps new gambling projects in building the development strategy in accordance with regulation and provides support services during inspections conducted by law-enforcement authorities.

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Sky Bet ad featuring sports presenter Jeff Stelling banned

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The Advertising Standards Authority of the UK has banned a gambling advertisement featuring Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling. The advertisement watchdog has termed the advertisement socially irresponsible. The action was taken following the complaints the authority received.

The TV ad promoted a Sky Bet service that allows gamblers to place wagers on combinations of events happening during a football match, such as the number of corners, red cards, and goals. In the ad for the “request a bet” service, Stelling is seen calling on viewers to “spark your sports brain” and ask “how big is your sports noggin”?

Sky Bet, which ended its association with the TV broadcaster Sky when it was sold for £3.4bn to the owner of PokerStars last year, said the ad made no direct reference to knowledge increasing the chances of winning, but that knowledge of a specific sport “would on the whole increase a consumer’s chances of success”. It added: “Many customers researched, studied and followed sports to a degree which would give them an ‘edge’ over a bookmaker.”

Explaining the ban, the ASA said the use of Stelling, who viewers would recognise as having a particular expertise in sports, and graphics such as brain waves placed a “strong emphasis” on sports knowledge determining betting success.

“The ad gave an erroneous perception of the extent of a gambler’s control over betting success,” it said. “This gave consumers an unrealistic and exaggerated perception of the level of control they would have over the outcome of a bet and that could lead to irresponsible gambling behaviour.”

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