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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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Videoslots statement regarding Swedish Gambling Authority injunction

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A spokesperson for Videoslots said: “Videoslots notes the decision made by the Swedish regulator and is pleased that it confirms compliant implementation of the bonus, deposit and time limits put in place by the Swedish government to counter a perceived increase of risks during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“According to the decision, these regulations also prohibit the withdrawal-related functionality which remained in question. We will comply and remove this functionality, having already offered to do so during the assessment.

“We do not, however, believe that we were in breach of the COVID-19, or any other regulations, and call for greater clarity to aid responsible operators like ourselves. Furthermore, we maintain our position that these regulations are both unreasonable and unjustifiable.

“Not only are they contradicted by facts and damaging to licensed operators, they are also completely counterproductive to their declared aim of player protection and push players into the arms of illegal operators. We will therefore continue to challenge these regulations.”

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Czech Government Prevails in Latest Casino Kartáč Case

Niji Narayan

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The Czech government has claimed a victory in a legal dispute with land-based operator Casino Kartáč Group, in relation to the operation of interactive video lottery terminals (VLTs).

Casino Kartáč had issued a claim for €53.8m in compensation for lost profit, alleging that the Ministry of Finance’s procedure for issuing permits for VLTs was incorrect.

However, during a hearing in District Court in Prague 1, legal representatives of the Office for Representation of the State in Property Matters (ÚZSVM) argued that the Ministry had acted in accordance with national law.

The District Court agreed with the ÚZSVM and dismissed the compensation claim from Casino Kartáč.

“The internal legal team did an excellent job again and has already defended many billions of crowns in the state in protracted lawsuits with this company,” Finance Minister Alena Schillerová said.

“The courts have repeatedly ruled in our favour, which confirms our strong legal position. In addition, by managing these disputes without the involvement of external law firms, we save the state considerable financial resources,” the Minister added.

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Netherlands’s Kansspelautoriteit Clarifies Licence Application Deadlines

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Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has clarified its rules around the submission of documents for prospective online licensees, announcing that certain documents required to receive a licence may be submitted later than the application.

KSA clarified that, as long as the application is submitted by April 15, the documents will not be required until July 1 in order to grant a licence on the market’s October 1 opening date.

The October 1 launch date was announced last week by Minister for Legal Protection Sander Dekker in the third delay to regulated igaming in the country. Dekker said a slower implementation of the laws may create a stronger environment of regulation when he pushed back the start date again.

Online gambling in the Netherlands was initially scheduled to launch on 1 January 2021, but in November 2019, the KSA pushed back the launch date to 1 July 2021.

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