Connect with us

Compliance Updates

Calling all iGaming professionals to join the anonymous opinion pool

Published

on

Reading Time: 2 minutes

In recent years, the iGaming industry attracted more attention than before. The sector is evolving, growing and broadens its service offering and customer base. While more people of different socio-economic groups are starting to participate in gaming, governments saw the need to upgrade the legislative regulations regarding iGaming companies. Such processes, of course, should take market preferences and specifics into considerations, improving the customer experience for players and supporting the development of the businesses. Does it, however?

MaxBill wants to get to the bottom of this, gathering genuine opinions from iGaming professionals with varied backgrounds. Regulations differ greatly from country to country and affect all the companies in a unique way, and we are excited to learn about all experiences.

You can take the survey directly here

We aim to collect as many different opinions from industry professionals as possible to present a realistic picture of how regulations affect iGaming businesses all over the world.
This survey is completely anonymous–we are interested in your genuine opinion.

 

MaxBill is a trusted solution provider for major iGaming companies. It is our goal to transform and drive the industry to more successes, and the only way to achieve it is to bring the community closer together. Let’s have a discussion, share knowledge, experiences and struggles with one another, reach understanding and support each other’s progress.

To have a productive conversation where each participant feels listened to, MaxBill conducts a fully anonymous survey. It touches upon the effects of newly introduced regulations on the iGaming market. We will be running it for 3 weeks, and then compile a comprehensive report based on the result, showcasing the common trends, highlighting the issues and suggesting possible ways to overcome them.

Advertisement Kasynos.Online
Click to comment

Asia

Openbox Gaming offers gateway to Asia

Published

on

Openbox Gaming offers gateway to Asia
Reading Time: < 1 minute

 

New provider will deliver fresh content opportunitues to both operators and suppliers

Openbox Gaming, a fast-growing distributor of iGaming content across Asia and other markets, has been issued an IOM OGRA Software Supplier licence by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC).

Having secured the Software Supplier licence, one of the industry’s newest iGaming distributors with a unique USP will be in a position to supply a portfolio of online casino games from a variety of internal and external suppliers, to licensed B2B gaming partners and B2C operators.

Richard Hogg, CEO of Openbox Gaming, commented: “We are excited to be able to continue in our mission to deliver gaming content to regulated jurisdictions worldwide and see this as a major step in achieving those objectives. We selected the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission due to its established and proven reputation and its robust licensing process, which provides the ideal platform for our expansion into regulated markets.”

Tony Ure, Head of eGaming, Digital Isle of Man added: “It is a pleasure to welcome Openbox Gaming to the Island. Ensuring that the Island has a supportive ecosystem for gaming companies to operate their business, whilst maintaining our reputation as a highly regulated jurisdiction that prides itself on player protection is key to continuing the growth of this sector on the Isle of Man. I wish Openbox Gaming every success with their future ventures.”

Continue Reading

Compliance Updates

PopOK Gaming Has Received a Certificate for Georgia

Published

on

PopOK Gaming Has Received a Certificate for Georgia
Reading Time: < 1 minute

 

The innovative iGaming developer and service provider PopOK Gaming is now certified to offer its games in Georgia.

PopOK Gaming now extends its iGaming activities to Georgia as well. This way, local players will have access to our engaging games already loved by many. 18 games, such as Yummy, Lost Treasure, Diamond Flash, 20 Hot Bar, Sultan’s Tale, Los Apaches and others, will bring a breath of fresh air to all players and make their leisure more colourful, tasty and enjoyable.

PopOK Gaming’s local partners will surely get a lot of benefits from this, being able to deliver certified games to their customers. The gain is totally worth it, with the clear potential to drive high traffic to operators’ websites and greatly contribute to their business growth.

Regarding this certificate acquisition PopOK Gaming CEO, Karen Gulkanyan said, “Since iGaming is regulated strictly in Georgia, it’s a huge step forward to deliver our games to the Georgian audience. The path is not easy, yet we are full of hope that our lucrative solutions will immediately appeal to the regional players and increase business revenue for partners, laying the foundation for long-term cooperation”.

Continue Reading

Australia

ACMA Issues Formal Warning to Supplier Proxous

Published

on

ACMA Issues Formal Warning to Supplier Proxous
Reading Time: < 1 minute

 

Proxous Advanced Solutions Limited (Proxous) has been issued with a formal warning after the ACMA found it provided gaming software used by 13 online casinos illegally offering services to Australians.

An investigation found that by sub-licensing Realtime Gaming (RTG) branded software products used by these casinos, Proxous was knowingly involved in the provision of prohibited interactive gambling services to Australians in breach of the Interactive Gambling Act 2001.

The illegal services using Proxous licensed software are Fair Go Casino, Two Up Casino, Free Spin, BoVegas, Uptown Pokies, Uptown Aces, Red Dog Casino, Slots Empire, Cherry Gold Casino, Play Croco, Aussie Play, Ozwin Casino and Reels Of Joy.

Each of these services rely on RTG branded software products to deliver their online casino-style services, including to Australian-based customers, and all have been found by previous ACMA investigations to be illegal operations in Australia. The ACMA has taken action to block these services.

This is the first time the ACMA has taken action against a company for its involvement in an illegal gambling operation through supplying software. Since the ACMA started enforcing new illegal offshore gambling rules in 2017, more than 170 of these services have pulled out of the Australian market.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
EvoPlay
Advertisement
Advertisement

Subscribe to our News via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to our news and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Trending

Notice for AdBlock users

We are constantly showing banners about important news regarding events and product launches. Please turn AdBlock off in order to see these areas.