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1 dead as lawyer fights off ambush, runs down attackers

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MANILA, Philippines — One of three suspects who ambushed a lawyer in Quezon City early Tuesday morning, February 13, died when the intended victim fought back and later chased his attackers, running them down as they tried to flee.

Lawyer Arjel Joseph Cabatbat was driving his SUV from Greenhills and had turned right from EDSA to East Aveue when the gunmen, riding two motorcycles, drove up next to him and opened fire.

However, Cabatbata managed to fire back and, when his attackers drove away, chased them and ran down their motorcycles.

The gunmen riding pillion, who suffered the most serious injuries, were rushed to the nearby East Avenue Medical Center where one of them was declared dead on arrival. Authorities are hunting down the third gunman, who managed to escape.


A Philippine National Police identification card in the name of Police Officer 1 Mark Boquela Areyas was recovered from the dead suspect but Quezon City Police District director Chief Superintendent Guillermo Eleazar said they still need to check its validity.

The ID card recovered from the slain suspect in the ambush of a lawyer in Quezon City. (Hannibal Talete, News5).

Investigators are looking at the possibility the attack on Cabatbat was related to his work because the lawyer has reportedly received several death threat.

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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Wazdan continue their amazing success story at G2E Asia 2018

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Wazdan continued their successful year with a G2E Asia Hot Hit Award for newly launched 9 Lions, another new slot for Wazdan’s Asian-inspired product portfolio.
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Wednesday, May 23; 2018, Malta – Focusing on Asian-tailored products and advanced slots gambling technology, Wazdan caught the eye and interest of many visitors and companies during this year’s G2E Asia. Wazdan’s stand became a hot spot for slots demos and operator discussions with the company winning G2E Asia’s Hot Hit Award for their new Asian game 9 Lions, which is packed with new and exciting features courtesy of Wazdan’s technology leadership.

Operators in the region praised the professional presentation of Wazdan’s Asian portfolio. The technology company successfully entertained all attendees stopping by to review the latest product developments and innovations, particularly the Unique Wazdan Features, that include the world’s first Volatility Levels TM, Energy Saving Mode, Double Screen Mode and Unique Gamble Feature designed with a focus on casino operators and their players.

Exhibiting for the first time at G2E Asia, Wazdan has launched its intentions in the Asian market, recording many new leads and excellent client prospects. Wazdan’s innovative tools have boosted business for their operating partners as well as Wazdan’s revenue by double-digits in the past few months, having signed a spate of new deals. Wazdan’s innovative slots access to an estimated player base of at least 10 million players, with Videoslots, EveryMatrix, Solid Gaming, Twelve40, EvenBet, iSoftBet, AleaPlay and Jumpman Gaming, all having signed with the company since the beginning of the year.

Head of Sales at Wazdan Andrzej Hyla said: “At G2E Asia our products were in high demand and attracted many interested operators. We went to G2E Asia, looking to build on a hugely positive start to 2018 following a successful showing at ICE in early February. Wazdan’s footprint continues to grow and events such as G2E Asia allow us to develop a detailed understanding of the different needs, tastes and motivations of slots players and casino operators across the world. Our slot 9 Lions is tipped to be a blockbuster while new G2E Asia release, Double Tigers, is packed with Wazdan’s innovative technology and is set to become one of the biggest games of the year.

For further information visit www.wazdan.com

 

ABOUT WAZDAN:
Wazdan is a popular game producer, developing innovative casino games that deliver original, fun and truly omni-channel player experience. Offering an extensive game library of over 100 HTML5 slots, table games and video pokers, Wazdan is gaining popularity on the iGaming market thanks to the great quality of their games, interesting themes and engaging gameplay. Wazdan’s game portfolio consists of such popular titles as Great Book of Magic Deluxe, Magic Target Deluxe, Valhalla and Wild Guns and soon will extended with new amazing slot games, including Los MuertosTM, Mayan RitualTM and Captain FlyntTM, among others. Wazdan releases new, exciting titles on a regular basis and equips them with Unique Wazdan Features: innovative Volatility LevelTM, exciting Unique Gamble Feature and mobile-friendly Energy Saving and Double Screen Modes. Wazdan holds a number of  European trademarks including for their world’s-first Volatility Level TM. Their extensive portfolio of clients includes some of the top gaming operations in the industry. The company is headquartered in Malta and holds licenses issued by the UKGC, the MGA and complies with Curacao regulations. Furthermore, their games use the RNG certified by the NMi, which ensures reliable, fair and secure gameplay. Wazdan’s Sales Team is showcasing their products at iGB Live! in Amsterdam from July 17th to the 20th.

 

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500 .com signs Hunan agreement for its sports lottery competitions

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China’s sports lottery firm 500.com has supposedly signed a three-year deal with the Sports Lottery Administration Center of the Hunan Provincial Sports Bureau to develop land-based sales channels for its competitions.

Asia Gaming Brief reported on Sunday on the agreement of 500.com’s Shenzhen E-Sun Sky Network Technology Company Limited will see the subsidiary work with the provincial authority for China’s seventh most populated province to grow the customer base for sports lotteries by making ticket purchases more convenient.

The news outlet also reported that the companies are positive about accomplishing this target by the optimization of the user experience and opening more land-based outlets in the province.

500.com’s spokerperson also mentioned that the present agreement is to see its subordinate run the new land-based outlets ‘in accordance with local development plans for the sports lottery business’ while assisting the state-run authority with all associated marketing activities.

 

 

Source: WorldCasinoDirectory

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PokerStars signs agreement with Asian company for live tournaments

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The Stars Group, the owner of PokerStars, has signed an agreement with the Hong Kong-based International Entertainment Corporation (IEC) to host a series of branded live events across Asia.

In a statement filed at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, IEC revealed the deal that Stars Group inked with IEC’s subsidiary Lucky Genius Ltd. The deal will expand the company’s range of entertainment products.

IEC operates a chain of hotels across Asia. It is not clear how PokerStars comes into the scheme of things for a hotel chain. The two companies are expected to work together to stage live poker tournaments in “certain Asian countries.”

The partnership comes just two weeks after PokerStars parted ways with Macau’s City of Dreams casino. Talking to GGRAsia, chairman and chief executive of Melco Resorts and Entertainment Ltd Lawrence Ho Yau Lung said the collaboration was no longer profitable.

At the time, it had been suggested that China’s plans to outlaw free-play poker apps were the reason for PokerStars’ split with City of Dream. Despite the impending legal changes, China and Asia as a whole are still seen as a growth market for the game.

With Macau home to some of the richest cash games in the world and poker tours like the Triton Poker Series attracting big-name players, the game is continuing to gain traction in the region.

Source: 5StarMedia

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