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EGT launch T-Line roulette in Hungary

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EGT has launched its T-Line touch table live roulette multiplayer in Hungary. This is the first time this model is installed in the country.

The product features are impressive: 84ins display, six gaming stations, each with a touchscreen for placing the bets, and a 23ins monitor for the statistical information.

“The T-Line touch table roulettes are known for their ease of use, stand-out design and high-end technologies and have achieved good results in other countries,” said Csaba Pardi, sales manager at Demar Kft, which also cooperates with EGT in Austria, Poland, Sweden and Slovakia. “If the product shows strong local performance, it will most likely be installed in the operator’s second casino as well.”

Casino Win Győr has 850 square meters of game space, and is considered one of the most modern gaming establishments in North-West Hungary.

Previous EGT deliveries, performed again by Demar Kft, have been the 4-level progressive jackpot Cat 4 Cash, the bestselling worldwide P-24/24 Up, the ergonomic P-27/27 St Slim cabinet, the Super Premier model of two 4-inch curved monitors and the multi-games Premier Multi-4, -5, -6 and Red, Green, Orange Collection.

Before the T-Line series touch table the operator has had prior experience with the automated VEGA-R8 roulette with 8 gaming places – a product also known in other casinos in the country.

 

Source: interGameOnline

Niji has been in the writing industry for well over a decade or so. He prides himself as one of the few survivors left in the world who have actually mastered the impossible art of copy editing. Niji graduated in Physics and obtained his Master’s degree in Communication and Journalism. He has always interested in sports writing and travel writing. He has written for numerous websites and his in-depth analytical articles top sports magazines like Cricket Today and Sports Today. Besides reporting industry headlines from all around the globe, Niji is also head of the content management team at Impressions Content Management, based in Kerala, India, which offers writing and editing services to clients around the world.

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Licensed online sports wagering thrives in Poland

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Poland’s Ministry of Finance has published its annual review of the country’s regulated gambling market for 2017. According to the report, the overall gambling turnover touched PLN12.9b (US$3.5b) in 2017, which marks an increase of 22 per cent compared to the turnover in 2016. The government’s tax increased by 17 per cent to PLN1.64b during the same period.

The Polish market remains dominated by casinos (PLN4.8b, +13 per cent) and lottery operations (PLN4.6b, +1.4 per cent), but sports betting stole the show, posting annual turnover of PLN3.4b, a year-on-year improvement of 105 per cent, which pushed betting’s share of the overall market from 15.7 per cent in 2016 to 26.4 per cent in 2017.

The betting boom was spurred in part by a 29 per cent rise in the number of retail betting outlets, but Poland’s newly regulated online betting market was the vertical’s prime mover.

The report did not break out specific numbers for online turnover, but you can derive a sense of the betting shift via the government’s tax figures. In 2016, the government’s share of betting activity was PLN196.6m, of which PLN88.1m came via the internet. In 2017, betting tax totalled PLN407.4m, of which PLN279.2m was generated online, a year-on-year gain of 217 per cent.

Polish legislators approved new online sports betting rules in late-2016, and the regulated market officially began life on 1 April 2017, prompting a flurry of market exits and the birth of a new blacklist of operators who failed to make an appropriately swift run for the border.

Last month, Poland’s government estimated that locally licensed operators’ share of the online betting market had risen to 40 per cent by the end of 2017, up from a mere 10 per cent prior to the imposition of the new regime. The government hopes rigorous enforcement of its domain- and payment-blocking tools will eventually push the domestic online share to 90 per cent.

 

Source: CalvinAyre

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Totalizator Sportowy seeks a testing partner for mobile app

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Totalizator Sportowy, which has announced the launch of an iLotto portal and mobile application, is looking for a company to test the mobile app.

The iLotto portal and mobile application will feature a number of games from the company, such as Lotto or Multi Multi. The intention is to increase the sales volume of these games. Customers will be able to purchase the games, register to create account in these games and manage their accounts from the portal and app.

The company is currently undergoing proceedings in which it wants to choose a company responsible for testing the iLotto portal and application. The tests are to be carried out in two stages – the first will be carried out before their official launch, and the second – after the launch.

The Totalizator will work with the selected company by the end of December this year, which means that the iLotto will be launched later this year.

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Superbet Polska to offer online betting in 2019

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Superbet Polska, which has been offering legalized sports betting in Poland for close to 9 months, has announced that it will launch its mobile and online betting facility in 2019.

Aleš Dobeš, CEO of Superbet Polska, said:  “We operate in accordance with an agreed and precise schedule, but time verifies plans and despite the full involvement of our developers in the IT projects, the dates declared had to change.” .

Work is still under way on an innovative platform that is to move the level of bets in Poland to a higher level.

“We want our services to be refined in every aspect and tailored to the very demanding Polish betting market. Intensive work on the online platform, which still requires testing, is underway. We want it to operate without any problems when it enters the market. It is only when we are sure that all issues related to entering the online market work perfectly, then we will submit relevant documents to the Ministry of Finance. We predict that it will be the fourth quarter of this year. “ – assures Dobeš.

It is a pity that the promised deadline could not be met, but we welcome the decision to postpone it in order to clarify all of them. We are waiting for the final product, which hopefully will provide Poles with many new emotions and experiences related to sports betting.

At the moment, Superbet has opened in Poland more than 50 stationary points, the standard of which is at a very high level, and work is still underway to raise the bar.

“In the meantime, we are increasing the standard of ground points, including the latest forms of communication with the client – additional screens that replace traditional posters. We plan to introduce a new format for presenting the betting offer that will revolutionize its current appearance and significantly facilitate betting. “ – adds Superbet Polska

The company’s vision is to provide customers with the best experience, listening to the opinions of their clients and responding to their expectations.

 

Source: e-playonline.com

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