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Gambling.com Group Approved to Provide Sports Betting Services in Colorado

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The U.S. subsidiary of Gambling.com Group Plc, KAX Media America Inc, has completed the application process and has been approved by the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission to provide marketing services to licensed gaming operators in the state.

“As more states move to legalize sports betting, we will be there in each state to ensure bettors are aware of the differences between locally regulated and offshore options,” said Charles Gillespie, Chief Executive of Gambling.com Group. “Whether you’re a Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche or Nuggets fan, our team of journalists, analysts and handicappers will give Colorado sports fans the best chance to beat the sportsbooks in what will surely be one of the most exciting sports betting markets in America.”

With four major professional sports teams, 33 land-based casinos and more than 5 million residents, the foundation is in place for Colorado to become a leader in the regulated American market.

Max Bichsel, VP, US Business at Gambling.com Group adds, “Colorado has the opportunity to be a gold standard for other states looking to establish a legal, regulated sports betting market in 2020 and beyond. With broad support for mobile betting, a reasonable tax rate of 10%, and an open, free-market approach, sports betting companies will bring the best sports betting products and experiences to Colorado.”

Since the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was overturned in May of 2018, Gambling.com Group has been granted regulatory approval to offer its services to operators in Indiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Colorado became just the second state to legalize sports betting by ballot measure – after Arkansas – when Proposition DD was approved by voters in November.

 

For more information on Colorado’s legal sports betting market visit: https://www.gambling.com/us/colorado.

 

SOURCE Gambling.com Group Plc

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Microgaming’s PlayItForward to Support Gordon Moody Association

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Microgaming has announced its support for the Gordon Moody Association, a charity that provides help and support to addicted and compulsive gamblers.

Through its CSR programme PlayItForward, Microgaming will provide the charity with funding to support the families of those receiving therapy for problem gambling.

“Collaborating with the likes of Microgaming and the wider industry is integral to what we do. On behalf of the team at Gordon Moody Association, we would like to thank Microgaming for their generous support and for all of the good work they are doing in the space of CSR and responsible gambling. The donation from Microgaming PlayItForward will go towards a comfort fund. It will also help to assist families physically, emotionally, and mentally to find peace of mind while their loved ones access therapy for problem gambling,” Rob Mabbett, Head of Growth at Gordon Moody Association, said.

“At Microgaming, we strive to promote and support a safe, responsible environment for our customers and wider communities, which is why engaging and collaborating with charities such as Gordon Moody Association is incredibly important to us. Gordon Moody Association plays a key role in our community, providing individuals and families with much needed support and care in treating and minimising the harm that can be caused by problem gambling. We are delighted to help support them and hope that this donation will go some way towards helping the charity continue the incredible work they do,” Kimberley Broad, Director of Compliance at Microgaming, said.

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True Flip Group presents the all-new EMOJINO brand under the MGA permit

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EMOJINO will join the Group’s iGaming assets that have gained notable success in the last year. These include the rapidly rising True Lab games studio, as well as the EGR shortlisted True Flip casino that pioneered the common True Label software platform.

Starting November EMOJINO opens its doors to the players, backing up its vast game selection with tailored promotions and beautifully structured bonus packs.

EMOJINO will make use of the Group’s very own True Label software platform that has been rolled out in recent months. The platform utilizes a stack of effective solutions and an advanced Responsible Gaming section.

The EMOJINO launch follows up the recent MGA B2C license acquisition by the Group. The new casino will target a variety of regulated markets under the newly granted permit.

“The idea behind our new brand, EMOJINO, roots into all these vivid emotions we always chase while turning to a casino experience. Empathy is the feeling to which the entire action around EMOJINO devotes. We trust EMOJINO is going to be accepted very well by many players at our target regulated markets.” – said True Flip Group co-founder Konstantin Katsev.

EMOJINO supports English, Finnish, Norwegian, German, French, and Portuguese languages and has direct relations with a few dozen of the top game providers including Play’N’Go, NetEnt, Evolution, True Lab, Yggdrasil, Pragmatic Play, ELK, Microgaming, Quickspin and others.

The payment options will include card payments as well as a decent variety of popular payment processing services.

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Swiss Federal Gaming Board Names Fabio Abate as its New President

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Switzerland’s federal regulatory authority for gambling, Eidgenössische Spielbankenkommission (ESBK), has named Fabio Abate as its new president.

Abate is a Swiss politician and member of the Liberal-Radical Party. He sat on the National Council from 2000 to 2011, and has been on the Council of States since 2011.

Abate will replace Hermann Bürgi, who will step down at the end of December. Bürgi has served in his role at the ESBK since February 2013.

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