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Videoslots awarded Danish licence

George Miller

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Videoslots.com has received a boost after being awarded a licence by the Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden).

Already fully regulated to operate in markets including the United Kingdom, Sweden and Malta, Videoslots has now been given the green light to offer its casino to players in Denmark.

Videoslots has more than 3,500 games at its disposal from some of the industry’s leading providers and has quickly become one of the fastest-growing online casinos.

Alexander Stevendahl, Chief Executive Officer at Videoslots, said: “After a lot of hard work, we are delighted to have been awarded an operator’s licence by the Danish Gambling Authority.

“It highlights how much care and consideration we take when it comes to the safety of players and will allow us to offer them a fun and safe place to play thousands of popular games.”

Danes will also get the chance to utilise some of the industry’s most player-friendly casino features via Videoslots, including Battle of Slots and The Wheel of Jackpots.

 

About Videoslots.com:

Founded in 2011, Videoslots.com is an award-winning online casino with the widest variety of games in the industry. With an unparalleled range of more than 3,500 slots and table games from trusted providers, Videoslots.com offers a premium gaming platform to customers, enhanced by innovative new omni-channel promotional concepts including Clash of Spins, Wheel of Jackpots and Battle of Slots. It aims to create a unique entertainment product via technical excellence, exceptional customer service and the latest game play innovation.Videoslots.com also provides market-leading customer protection with its industry-first Max Bet Protection and robust compliance procedures. It was the winner of Best Casino at the 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Casinomeister Awards, Best Gaming Experience and Best Casino Manager at the 2016 Casinomeister Awards, and Best Slots Operator at the 2017 International Gaming Awards. Videoslots.com is owned by Malta-based parent company Videoslots Ltd, and holds licences in Malta, the UK, Sweden and Denmark. For more information, please visit www.videoslots.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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Overview of Changes to the Gambling Law in Poland

Niji Narayan

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Poland’s Ministry of Finance has informed about an amendment to the regulation regarding lottery devices, gaming devices and slot machines, information security.

The Minister of Finance, Investment and Development has signed an ordinance amending the ordinance on lottery devices, gaming devices and slot machines, securing information regarding the organised lottery and obtaining, calculating and paying out winnings.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Gambling Act, only the minister competent for public finances decides whether playing on a given device is a game on slot machines within the meaning of the Gambling Act.

The opinion of the testing entity is only an attachment to the application for issuing the decision. This opinion must contain information that it serves only to issue a decision by the minister competent for public finance.

Thus, the opinion of the testing entity does not state the gambling or non-gambling nature of a given game and cannot be treated as a settlement in this respect.

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DC Judge Refuses to Halt DC Lottery’s Controversial Deal with Intralot

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DC Superior Court Judge John Campbell has refused to halt the DC Lottery’s controversial deal with tech provider Intralot.

Last month, a different DC judge issued a temporary restraining order on Intralot’s deal based on a request by DC resident Dylan Carragher, a software developer who filed a lawsuit to force DC to hold a competitive tender for the betting contract.

Judge Campbell justified his refusal to honour Carragher’s injunction request by saying he did not think Carragher’s lawsuit will succeed. Campbell added that “it clearly and unquestionably was within the Council’s authority” to waive the competitive bidding requirement. Carragher has already indicated that he will appeal Campbell’s ruling, so the action now shifts to the DC Court of Appeals.

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BF Games awarded Romanian online licence

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Creative development studio BF Games has been awarded a Romanian supplier licence, enabling it to provide its portfolio to the country’s online operators for the first time, following a successful period of offering its land-based slot machines in the country.

Licensed online operators across Romania can now enjoy full access to BF Games’ slot collection, including new titles such as Book of Goods and Ramses Rising, as well as popular classics Bonnie & Clyde, Crystal Mania and Stunning Hot.

BF Games’ own Remote Gaming Server distributes content directly to operators, ensuring seamless integration and speed to market.

Both suppliers and operators are required to obtain a licence in Romania, where online gambling has been legal since 2016. BF Games’ Class II licence issued by the Romanian gambling regulator (ONJN) enables it to sign strategic partnership with certified operators and supply its content to Romanian players.

BF Games has already seen a lot of interest from licensees in the market and is expected to announce partnership deals shortly.

The studio already holds online licences in Malta, the UK and Latvia, as well as a land-based gaming permit in Montenegro.

Piotr Szpoton, CEO at BF Games, said: “We are always looking to extend our reach and as Romania is a mature market, obtaining a new licence here demonstrates our confidence in the market as well as our products.

“Three years ago, we entered the Romanian land-based market offering our slot-machines through and exclusive partnership, and after seeing the positive results and the interests in our offering, we decided to enter the online vertical as well.”

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