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Videoslots well set for further success after two award wins

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Operator named One to Watch at GIAs and Slots Operator at IGAs

 

13th February, 2018 – Leading online casino operator Videoslots.com has been recognised at two leading awards ceremonies for the gaming sector in the past week.

Videoslots was named Slots Operator at the 11th International Gaming Awards at a lavish ceremony at Grosvenor House, London, on the eve of ICE 2018, where it was recognised for its commitment to a social, interactive experience and vast number of slots available.

The operator has now won the same award for three consecutive years and has plans to improve its content and introduce various new features to ensure it makes it four in a row.

This was followed up at the Gaming Intelligence Awards where it was named One to Watch on the back of its customer-focus and new product innovation, with its Battle of Slots product continuing to lead the industry and the recent purchase of now-defunct PKR’s poker technology.

Gaming Intelligence commented on how Videoslots has gone from a “minor industry player to a company that made significant gains in 2017” having found “faults in established industry wisdom and pursued an alternative path”.

CEO at Videoslots.com, Alexander Stevendahl, who was on hand to collect both awards in London, said: “When we formed we knew the online casino industry could offer a far more engaging product to customers, and we’ve done all we can to introduce new features, the best slots and the most passionate people behind the scenes to do so.

Being recognised by our industry peers is a fantastic honour and we’ll proudly show off these awards in our office, but with the customer remaining our sole focus, we won’t stop there and will continue improving our service however we can.

Having also been awarded with four Meister Awards, the start of 2018 has been particularly successful for Videoslots, and with it launching a new poker product later this year, success looks set to continue.

 

About Videoslots.com

Founded in 2011, Videoslots.com is an award-winning online casino with the widest variety of games in the industry.

With an unparalleled range of more than 2,100 slots and table games from trusted providers, Videoslots.com offers a premium gaming platform to customers, enhanced by innovative new promotional concepts including Casino Races and Battle of Slots. It aims to create a unique entertainment product via technical excellence, exceptional customer service and the latest game play innovation.

Videoslots.com also provides market-leading customer protection with its industry-first Max Bet Protection, allowing players to select their maximum bet limit per spin, and robust compliance procedures. It won the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Slots Operator award at the IGAs and was winner of Best Casino at the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Casinomeister Awards.

Videoslots.com is owned by Malta-based parent company Videoslots Ltd, and holds licences in Malta, the UK and Curacao. For more information, please visit www.videoslots.com.

George Miller 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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California could legalise sports betting in 2020 ballot

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Alex Padilla, Secretary of State in California, has said that the processes to include sports betting legalisation on the 2020 ballot in California has been started. Russell Lowery, a political consultant, is pushing the proposal.

The proposal would require 585,407 signatures collected by February in order to get included on the 2020 election ballot. It would expand tribes’ rights over certain games but would also expand competition for them as it would clear nontribal cardclubs to take sports wagers.

“This proposed measure would bring Vegas-style gaming to nearly 100 locations and urban areas throughout California,” said Mark Macarro, chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians. “This is not in keeping with California’s longstanding policy of limited gaming, and we will vigorously oppose this measure.”

“The tribes are in no rush,” added lobbyist David Quintana, who represents tribal gaming groups such as the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians near San Diego. “Our first priority with sports wagering is to ensure that brick-and-mortar casinos are protected,” he assured.

 

Source: focusgn.com

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AXES Network to supply products for Totalizator Sportowy

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AXES Network, the Canadian company offering cloud technology in the field of information management, will supply its products, including 1200 gaming machines in 50 salons for Totalizator Sportowy to launch its new pilot package.

The products from AXES Network, including solutions and applications, are designed to improve security and integrity in the field of data collection and management. The company also offers tools that increase operational and organisational efficiency. The company provides support to the whole spectrum of betting and gambling businesses: government monopolists, casino network operators and slot game salons, manufacturers of gaming machines and AWP operators in over 20 countries.

The AXES platform offers native applications and solutions such as: jackpot system, loyalty system, reward generation but in particular non-cash and accounting operations necessary to improve network efficiency and customer profitability. The advantage of the AXES system is simple: you can connect to any type, number of machines at any time and location.

The AXES Information Management System (AIMS) is a cloud-based solution for managing all aspects of the game. AIMS performs analysis of players, can conduct marketing work, tracks all operations, ensures security and reporting to units with access and all other requirements regarding the performance of financial and accounting operations.

AXES Smart Card Cashless System is a chip-based transaction system that streamlines cash management in casinos and arcades, used in the Merkur Group machines currently in operation at Totalizator Sportowy in the newly opened slot game salons.

 

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Jiangsu Police cracks illegal online gambling racket

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Police in Jiangsu, China, has cracked a sophisticated gambling racket who were providing illegal online gambling services. The racket is believed to have dealt with a massive CNY7.8 billion (approximately $1.1 billion in wagers over the course of last few years.

The probe into this racket was launched more than two years ago, after receiving a tip-off. So far, the police have arrested 56 persons.

With very few exceptions, gambling is illegal across China. However, operators of illegal gambling operations have been circumventing existing prohibitions for years, becoming more and more resourceful in their approaches to Chinese customers.

In the case of the Jiangsu illegal gambling ring, those involved were found to have operated a betting website the servers of which were based in the Philippines. Locating an illegal operation abroad is a traditional practice among operators of illegal betting and gaming websites.

As mentioned above, as many as 56 individuals were arrested on illegal gambling charges over the course of the investigation. According to police records, the gambling ring earned more than CNY650 million in profits.

The betting website was based in the Philippines and had more than 114,000 registered customers. Four prime suspects were identified through bank card information, Xinhua reported yesterday.

 

Source: casinonewsdaily.com

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