Endorphina, a leading B2B online slots game provider, has just announced that their trendy games have been certified in Denmark. As they continue to make a pleasant entrance in new markets, this brand is also providing attractive slot games to players across regions. This time, Danish players will be able to enjoy some top hits from Endorphina such as Hell Hot 100, Golden Ox, 2021 Hit Slot, Chance Machine 40, Cash Tank, and many more.
Michal Konuch, Head of Legal at Endorphina, shares a few words about Endorphina’s new certification: “Endorphina’s entry into the regulated Danish market was facilitated by our recently acquired ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certificate for our Information Security Management System. This also reinforces our commitment to supply innovative online slot games that meet the highest industry standards.”
Endorphina’s CEO, Jan Urbanec, also comments on the new expansion: “2022 is shaping up to be a record-breaking year for Endorphina in terms of entering new markets. We’ve highlighted this even further by getting our games certified for the Danish market during the first month of this quarter. Well done team Endorphina!”
Smarkets Fined £630,000 for AML and Social Responsibility Failings
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has handed a £630,000 fine to betting exchange Smarkets after identifying a series of anti-money laundering and social responsibility failings, including letting a player deposit a six-figure sum without appropriate checks.
According to UKGC, Smarkets allowed customers to gamble without carrying out sufficient source-of-funds checks, while the operator was also found to have failed to identify and interact with customers at risk of experiencing harm.
Specific examples published by the Commission included one customer being allowed to deposit £395,000 during a four-month period, without appropriate source of funds checks being carried out by Smarkets.
The Commission also highlighted a case where an individual was able to transfer significant levels of funds between accounts without scrutiny or source-of-funds checks.
Sarah Gardner, Commission Deputy CEO, said: “This case was identified through compliance checks and once again highlights how we will take action against gambling operators who fail their customers.
“Our investigation into Smarkets unearthed a variety of failures where customers were put at risk of gambling harm.
“It was obvious that poor systems and processes were in place which contributed to these breaches, driven by the company’s failure to effectively implement its policies and controls.”
The operator has also received a formal warning and will undergo an audit to ensure it is effectively implementing its anti-money laundering and social responsibility policies, procedures and controls, in line with section 117(1)(b) of the Gambling Act 2005.
Openbox Gaming offers gateway to Asia
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.”
PopOK Gaming Has Received a Certificate for Georgia
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”.
Subscribe to our News via Email
Quadrant extends partnership with Elgato
UK betting technology supplier 20SHOTS accelerate funding with £400,000 raise at £5m valuation
BetConstruct attends G2E Asia Singapore
CBBC announces new esports show: Game on Grandparents
Indian Olympic Association felicitates Bronze Medallist contingent of Dota 2
Live 5’s Gem of a Joker InstaPots™ launches exclusively with William Hill
7777 gaming goes live at Inbet
Push Gaming goes live with Play North
Thought Leadership/Q&A with Thomas Aigner head of business development at Ibex.ai discussing the future of CRM
EGT’s G 50-50 C VIP Model Makes Northern Cyprus Debut at Concorde Nicosia and Bafra Casinos
Stakelogic launches Super6Timer in the Netherlands
Evoplay delivers thrilling sequel with Burning Aces. Jackpot
Vivo Gaming upgrades live casino offering in Uruguay and Bulgaria
SoftGamings Set to Attend SiGMA Balkans/CIS Summit in Belgrade, Serbia
Gaming Americas Weekly Roundup – July 11-17
European Gaming Q&A with Thomas Wendt, Co-founder and Director of Apparat Gaming
Interviews7 days ago
Personalisation in sportsbook roundtable
eSports7 days ago
Indian DOTA 2 Team Scripted History once again, won the bronze medal at Commonwealth Esports Championship 2022
Bitcoin6 days ago
Which altcoins can you use for gambling when bitcoin is crashing?
Africa6 days ago
PalaceBet Launches New Slots Offering Powered by Evolution
Latest News7 days ago
Path to Play: What is it, and what does it mean for the gambling industry?
Asia6 days ago
Esports Fan Engagement Startup STAN Collaborates with Multiple Renowned FreeFire Creators in India
eSports7 days ago
WePlay Esports is a finalist of Ragan’s 2022 Video, Visual & Virtual Awards
Asia6 days ago
12Bet – 12BetNo1 launches a new preeminent online betting village in Asia & Europe