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Easy Payment Gateway signs Colossus Bets deal

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Online payment specialist Easy Payment Gateway (EPG) has struck a deal with Colossus Bets to provide the sports betting operator with its suite of payment processors and services.

Under the deal, Colossus Bets will gain access to more than 220 different payment acquirers, solutions and wallets, supported by EPG’s real-time reporting and transaction routing.

Jose Peral, Chief Operating Officer at East Payment Gateway, said, “This is a major deal for EPG, delivering our products and services to one of the most innovative and forward looking sports betting operators in the U.K.

“When it comes to payments, players want to have as much choice as possible and to know they are transacting in a safe and secure manner. This is exactly what our suite of solutions and services provide.

David O’Reilly, COO at Colossus Bets, said, “Easy Payment Gateway offers a vast array of processors and wallets, which will strengthen the payment options we provide our players.

“The backend management of our customer payments will also be streamlined and simplified through our EPG integration.

The news comes shortly after Easy Payment Gateway closed a £5.5 million funding round, with the cash injection being used to drive operational growth with two new offices in Malta and Madrid.

Easy Payment Gateway is an online portal with more than 220 different payment methods and worldwide acquirers. They offer online merchants everything they need to process transactions via a simple yet secure API integration.

Colossus Bets is the pioneer of cash-out, a feature which now pervades sports betting. More recently, the firm has launched its unique “Syndicates” feature, which enables Colossus players to crowdfund tickets into its sports pools.

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Tom Horn goes live with Videoslots

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Gaming software supplier, Tom Horn Gaming has announced that one of the biggest online casino operators, Videoslots has gone live with their content in the UK and Sweden.

Videoslots’ players have gained access to provider’s top performer 243 Crystal Fruits, a recently released ‘reversed’ sequel 243 Crystal Fruits Reversed, as well as titles like Joker Reelz or Spinball.

Ondrej LapidesCEO at Tom Horn Gaming said: “Videoslots is one of the leading online casino brands and we’re delighted to see our games portfolio included in their casino offering. In accordance with our long-term development strategy, this is a crucial step, and we’re expecting to grow strong with Videoslosts in many markets going forward.”

William AhlbergHead of Casino at Videoslots added: “We always strive to make sure our players have access to a diverse collection of high-quality video slots. The partnership with Tom Horn will definitely help us achieve our growth objectives and our players can look forward to some rich and immersive gaming experience that is always guaranteed by the Tom Horn games.”

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Leeds United Foundation Teams Up with YGAM

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Leeds United Foundation has partnered with Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) to educate and safeguard young people from gaming and gambling-related harm.

The Education Team at the club’s official charity aims to help teach and inform young people, teachers and parents about the risks associated with gaming and gambling harms, to safeguard the next generation of football and sports fans.

“Gambling is often described as the hidden addiction and education is essential in preventing harm. People do not realise the correlation between gambling and other risky behaviours. It is vital that we raise awareness of gambling to try and bring it to the forefront and open those positive conversations. Sports foundations like Leeds United’s have a very positive, strong influence on young people, and they also have a huge influence within the local community,” Amy Bussey, YGAMs’ Education Manager for Yorkshire and Humber, said.

“If we can get sports involved in prevention and education, we can work with young people before harm occurs. It has been a pleasure working with their really engaging team members, who have strong links to education. They are already making moves to cover gambling harm with young people and clearly have a passion for educating and safeguarding young people,” Amy Bussey added.

“The workshop provided by Amy from YGAM was very informative and educational and we can’t thank them enough for their support. I was astonished at some of the statistics mentioned and particularly the information relating to the gaming industry. I would highly recommend this training to any schools, community groups or others who work with young minds. I am pleased that the Foundation now has the knowledge to help deal with these issues and support young people and their families in our local community,” Nigel Thewlis, Head of Secondary Education at the Leeds United Foundation, said.

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ESIC Provides Update on CS:GO Spectator Bug Investigation

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The Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) has provided an update on its ongoing CS:GO spectator bug investigation. The investigation uncovered 96 cases of the bug being deliberately triggered in a competitive environment, resulting in the implication of 37 coaches.

On September 4, ESIC launched an investigation to assess the use of in-game exploitation in professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive matches. ESIC has reviewed approximately 20% of the 99,650 game demos provided by ESEA and HLTV dating back to 2016.

The issued sanctions will prevent affected coaches from joining official match game servers, communicating with the players 15 minutes before and after a match, and participating in the map veto process. Penalties will be enforced across all ESIC member organisations, including ESL, DreamHack, WePlay! Esports, BLAST, NODWIN Gaming, LVP and Eden Esports.

ESIC commented on the investigation update in a statement: “We understand that these revelations have been tough for many people within the CS:GO community, but we believe it is in the long term best interests of the game and all of esports for integrity breaches to be dealt with head on. We know that most coaches, players, tournament organisers, publishers and developers, fans, sponsors and broadcasters want CS:GO and esports to be clean and a fair competition between players and teams doing their very best to win. We see our job as being to ensure that that happens and that corrupt and bad actors are rehabilitated or removed.”

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