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Fair Play Bets announce Bee-Fee agreement that beefs-up their player offering

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Monday, February 12, 2018, Malta – Fair Play Bets, operator of multiple reputable online casinos, has beefed-up its international casino brands VegasPlay.com and DiamondWorldCasino.com through an agreement with Bee-Fee. Fair Play Bets continues to expand their player offering through major strategic agreements with respected and reputable industry providers.

Fair Play Bets has a solid reputation for providing quality gaming in secure and customer-friendly environments. Licensed in the UK, Malta and Curacao, Fair Play Bets provides holistic customer support anchored to top-notch premium gaming and an extensive choice of exciting games from some of the world’s leading suppliers.

Bee-Fee is a modern slot game development studio and IT service provider for online casinos and sports betting, developing innovative platforms for online casinos fully integrated with all leading providers as well as an extensive slot games portfolio with industry leading products.

Claudia Melcaru, Bee-Fee’s Head of Business Development said, “Fair Play Bets has the kind of approach that matches well with our products and industry heritage. Their focus on quality and player protection appealed to our management team and we were particularly impressed by their pro-active stance on putting players first. We believe this partnership will be the first of many.

Jeremy Fall, Head of Marketing at Fair Play Bets said, “We are delighted to extend the player choice in our secure gaming environments at VegasPlay.com and DiamondWorldCasino.com to enhance the gaming experience for all our players. Bee-Fee has a range of premium games which we believe all our players will enjoy.

Malcolm Ferrante, a Director of Fair Play Bets said, “This agreement with Bee-Fee marks a new chapter for both casinos that are adopting their games. We look forward to close collaboration that provides value for every player.

For further information visit www.fpbets.com

 

ABOUT FAIR PLAY BETS
Fair Play Bets Limited is an operator of a number of reputable online casinos, allowing players to enjoy a world-class gaming experience. Fair Play Bets operate a number of online casinos that enjoy great popularity among players. All Fair Play Bets gaming sites are characterised by a distinctive and distinguished look, offering a rewarding range of casino games carefully selected to provide an outstanding and entertaining gaming experience as well as fantastic bonuses. The company is licensed in the UK, Malta and Curacao.

ABOUT BEE-FEE
London-based Bee-Fee Ltd., is an iGaming Supplier involved with Casino Software. Bee-Fee is a modern game developer and IT service provider for online casinos and sports betting. Enjoying a creative team and close cooperation with leading gaming providers has allowed Bee-Fee to create state-of-the-art products that have attracted over a million players so far. Bee-Fee’s aim is to bring new quality into the existing legacy gaming market.

George Miller (Gyorgy Molnar) started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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Vietnam to reduce tax incentives for casinos in SEZs

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Vietnamese officials are planning to reduce tax incentives previously promised for casino operators in the country’s special economic zones (SEZs).

The Standing Committee of the National Assembly, while discussing the draft law for Vietnam’s SEZs, is expected to announce this. This is following criticism from some Assembly delegates that plans to offer tax incentives to gaming operators in Van Don in Quang Ninh Province in the north, Bac Van Phong in Khanh Hoa Province and Phu Quoc in Kien Giang Province in the south are too generous.

Under the previous proposal, projects in Vietnam’s SEZs would be granted a 100 per cent tax deduction for the first four years of operation, 50 per cent for the next five years and 10 per cent for another 21 years before reverting to the standard tax rate.

The new proposal would see them paying preferential corporate income tax of 17 per cent from the day of opening for the first five years and a higher excise tax, up from 10 to 15 per cent, for the first 10 years. Unlimited land and sea lease exemptions would also be scrapped and the exemption period slashed to a maximum of 30 years in Van Don and Bac Van Phong and 20 years in Phu Quoc, according to local media.

Source: asgam.com

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Gambling expert moots WADA-style anti-corruption unit

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Charles Livingstone, an Australia-based gambling expert, has called for an international anti-corruption unit to monitor athletes, much like the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) that monitors illegal drug-taking by athletes.

He said he hopes the US entry into live sports betting might help his efforts for an international anti-corruption unit to monitor athletes.

Charles Livingstone is the head of the gambling and social determinants unit at Melbourne’s Monash University. He has been calling for several years the formation of the monitoring agency for potential corruption among athletes.

 “Now that the United States is going to allow gambling on sporting events, I’m hoping it might become a real possibility,” Livingstone said.

A US Supreme Court decision last week clearing the way for states to legalise sports betting came 10 years after Australia’s highest court did similar to allow more widespread betting on sporting events Down Under.

After a gambling agency challenged existing laws, a 2008 Australian High Court decision removed restrictions preventing bookmakers licensed in one jurisdiction from advertising in another. This change prompted the entry of international corporate bookmakers into the Australian sports market to capitalise on the country’s penchant for both gambling and sport.

It has spurred a whole range of new betting options, including some on minute detail.

Livingstone said one way to reduce the potential for corruption among athletes would be to stop so-called “spot betting” where gamblers can bet on such things as how the first points in a game might be scored, or when the first double-fault might occur in a tennis match.

Australian rugby league player Ryan Tandy was convicted of trying to manipulate the first score of a 2010 National Rugby League match and a former Australian Open junior champion was banned for seven years for purposely losing the first set of a match at a low-level tournament.

“Ban spot-betting,” Livingstone says bluntly. “There is enormous potential for corruption. It’s a small step from there to starting to throw games.” He says a WADA-style agency monitoring corruption could also help educate athletes, as the anti-doping agency does.

Government figures show that 80 percent of Australians gamble, the highest percentage of any country (Singapore is second, Ireland third) although that figure includes those who might bet once a year on a horse race or play the lottery. More than a billion Australian dollars ($758 million) is spent each year on live sports gambling in the country.

Source: AP

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Genting aims to land first casino license in Andorra

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Genting Group, a Malaysia-based tourism and gambling company, has submitted a massive bid of $164.6 million to obtain the first casino license in Andorra, the tiny mountainous independent principality between Spain and France.

Genting has submitted its bid through its UK unit.

To enter its bid, Genting teamed up with Andorran businessman Marc Giebels van Bekestein, British investor David Gray and Arc Resorts President Mark Vlassopulos. If approved, 70 per cent of the venture will be held by Genting.

Genting has proposed an integrated resort (IR) project for Andorra that would create 400 permanent jobs and 600 temporary construction jobs. The project would offer two floors of private rooms and suites, a spa and a “gastronomy market.”

Genting currently owns 43 licenses in the UK. It operates the Resorts World Birmingham, worth approximately $201.5 million. The Andorra casino resort would be the company’s first on continental Europe.

Other bids have been submitted by France’s Partouche, Barrière, Raineau and Casinos Austria. The winner of the project is expected to be announced by the end of June.

Andorra is on a mission to increase tourism in the area. The regional government enacted legislation two years ago that would allow casino gaming. Licenses would be valid for 20 years and would be contingent upon a minimum investment of $11.7 million (€10 million). Additionally, the Andorra Tourism Board participated in the ITB China event last week. Ctrip International, a Chinese provider of travel services, and the board’s Joaquim Tomas held talks regarding opening new markets and upgraded travel products to increase bilateral cooperation.

Genting was founded in 1965 and is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It operates and markets casinos and IRs around the world, including in the Americas, Malaysia, Australia, Singapore, the Philippines and the UK. Its annual revenue is estimated at around $2.23 billion.

Source: calvinayre.com

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