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SoftGamings signed deal with games provider Spinomenal

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SoftGamings concluded a cooperation agreement with Spinomenal, an HTML5-driven slots provider.
With 100+ cross-platform games available instantly, up to 3 new titles will be enriching a gaming catalogue of each operator monthly. All games are available via SoftGamings single unified API, with the opportunity to include more providers within the framework of Slots Bundle.

The Spinomenal software is certified by BMM. All games are HTML5 Omni channel, including Video Slots, Scratch cards and European Roulette.

Nir Ronen, Business Development Manager at Spinomenal, points out:

We are one of the most innovative slot providers in the market and the fastest growing company in the industry. Our portfolio is always new, fresh and ahead of time. We are flexible and easily adapt to new technologies and clients’ demands.

Irina Sazonova, Director of Partnerships at SoftGamings, says:

We are happy to enlarge our offering with this user-oriented content. Spinomenal games’ strong advantage is their light weight, only 3 MB, which lets players play them on mobile with comfort.

The games are combined in such a way that they suit the markets of Asia, Europe and Latin America, while restricted territories are the US, Israel and Australia. Before cooperation with SoftGamings, 2.5 million people all over the globe enjoyed the casino games from Spinomenal, and now the number started growing.

 

About Spinomenal:
Spinomenal is a cross-platform gaming provider, mainly focusing on slots, while also having Scratch cards and Table games in its portfolio. The company was founded in 2014 in Israel and has already gained a certain recognition in the i-gaming industry. Its key provision is innovation and technology. This is why the company offers the lightest slots in the industry, which are easy to play anywhere a player prefers. The games also feature quality graphics and intriguing game features. The latest games by Spinomenal are Tiki Rainbow, Hunting Treasures Deluxe and Wild Heist.

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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GVC to thrive after Ladbrokes Coral integration

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GVC Holdings, the premier casino company in the world operating of Isle of Man, has drafted into its product mould a selection of content developed by CR Games, the in-house studio of the Ladbrokes Coral Group. GVC’s online brand will now include 20 titles from CRM games such as bwin, PartyCasino and Sportingbet.

The move is expected to thrive GVC’s business further. Integration of five more titles, including CR Games’ flagship “Big Banker” slot title, will start soon. This will include.

GVC plans to introduce the full line-up of games within the next few weeks, with the firm to launch the content in regulated market such as Italy, Denmark and New Jersey in the US before the end of the year.

GVC took ownership of CR Games when it completed its acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral in March.

Liron Snir, chief product officer at GVC, said: “This is an important milestone in the integration of GVC and Ladbrokes Coral and demonstrates the benefits to customers of bringing the businesses together.”

“At GVC, content is king and we believe building a unique gaming offer, which marries exclusive in-house developed games with the very best titles from third-parties, is a win-win for our players.”

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West Virginia Lottery appoints new director

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The governor of the state has named John Myers as the director of the regulatory body.

 

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has appointed John Myers is the new director of the state’s official lottery, West Virginia Lottery. Myers will replace Alan Larrick, who announced his resignation September 1, immediately after the state allowed sports betting at local casinos. Douglas Buffington II. deputy secretary for the West Virginia Secretary of Revenue, has been functioning as state Lottery interim director.

The executive that was named by the Governor has served as Secretary of Administration for the Justice Administration, but it is not the first time that he will work with the Lottery, as he had different positions from 2008 to 2017 and even served as acting director from 2015 to 2017.

Earlier this week the Joint Standing Committee on Finance of West Virginia gathered to talk during the second day of September legislative interim meetings at the State Capitol about recent modifications on the Virginia Lottery Commission staff and how it can affect sports betting operations.

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Meridian lands online gambling license in Colombia

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Meridian Gaming, the London-based gaming company, has obtained online gambling license in Colombia. Meridian is the 15th company to get the license in the South American country after the new gambling regulation came into force.

Coljuegos, gambling regulator in Colombia, has issued the licence to Meridian Gaming Colombia SAS.

Meridian will operate in the Latin American country through the Meridianbet.com.co platform, via which punters will be able to place wagers on real sports events.

The firm joins other licensed sites, such as wplay.co, betplay.com.co, colbet.co, zamba.co, codere.com.co, mijugada.co, masgol.co, luckia.co, sportium.com.co, rushbet.co, aquijuego.co, apuestalo.co, betalfa.co and rivalo.co.

Coljuegos said in a statement that a further two licensed websites could go live before the end of the year.

Last month, Coljuegos set out plans to clamp down on illegal gambling activities in an effort to divert more tax funds to national health and social services.

Coljuegos president Juan B. Pérez Hidalgo said a total of “2,534 illegal elements of games of luck and chance” had been withdrawn so far this year.

Pérez Hidalgo also said that the taxes avoided by the illegal operations could have “financed the subsidised health system and served more than 107,000 Colombians.”

 

Source: iGaming Business

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