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Endorphina strikes again with a sequel of their Lucky Streak slot!

Zoltan Tundik

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Not too long ago, we’ve covered the release of Endorphina’s Lucky Streak slot, the first game to be released of their planned series (out of three). And now it’s already time to unveil the second game from this fruity classic saga.

Lucky Streak 2 is a classic fruit game with 5 reels and 5 lines. From the design perspective, in comparison with Lucky Streak 1, you get much darker colors, more heat and fire and of course an endless amount of joy from playing the game. This game is absolutely perfect for those players who prefer easy game mathematics and some juicy and fruitilicous wins.

With Endorphina’s latest releases back to back, they definitely now how to keep us all on our toes. With this latest Lucky Streak 2 release, the ice and snow in these winter days can’t compete with Endorphina’s fire and hot wins!

Want to know more? Visit: endorphina.com

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NLA, Luckweb Ghana Launch Three New E-games

Niji Narayan

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The National Lottery Authority (NLA) and Luckweb Ghana have launched three new exciting E-games named Keno, Pick 3 and Daywa Scratch.

The new addition of games will expand NLA and Luckweb gaming portfolio and also provide players with a fresh new modern and exciting gaming experience.

Pick 3 is a fixed odd game that offers super attractive prize payouts with a multiplier of up to X300. In Pick 3, a player’s bet amount is always assigned to a multiplier in the paytable. The player has to choose 3 digits from 0 to 9 to win. With as little as 1 GH, a player wins X300 the bet amount if all 3 numbers match in the EXACT order.

Daywa Scratch is a virtual interactive scratch game where on a small area, an opaque panel hides the result and the player must scrape the visual, match the element beneath to win a prize. The scratch game offers exciting varieties and the player needs to have a minimum of Ghs3 in an E-wallet to play, hence has to deposit money in the E-wallet via mobile money.

Keno is also a fast-fixed odds game where players select up to 10 numbers, and during the draw 20 numbers are pulled out of 90 balls in total. The player can bet a minimal amount of GH 1.

According to Kwabena Osei-Somuah, the product manager of Luckweb Ghana, the new addition of games is to expand Luckweb and NLA’s gaming portfolio and also position itself as the hub of lotto games in Ghana.

“We already put the NLA on the international gaming platform with Daywa 5/39 daily jackpot which has enrichened the lives of thousands of Ghanaians, we are poised to introduce many exciting, modern games, thrill players and above of all create jobs,” he said.

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GambleAware Calls for Collaboration to Expand Treatment Service

Niji Narayan

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In an open letter to the House of Lords Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry Committee, GambleAware has clarified its organisational structure and addressed the questions relating to funding agreements with treatment providers.

Marc Etches, CEO of GambleAware, addressed some of the issues raised at the Committee’s session on March 10, which was attended by GamCare CEO Anna Hemmings and Interim Chief Executive of Gordon Moody Association Matthew Hickey.

Etches wrote: “Over the course of this inquiry, the Committee will have hopefully gained a sense of the strong commitment to collaborative working that exists throughout the National Gambling Treatment Service.

“Specific mechanisms have been put in place to support and underpin this collaboration, and a key aspect of GambleAware’s function as commissioner is to lead the development of those tools and processes.

“It may be helpful to know that GambleAware, the Gambling Commission and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have agreed a programme of work to develop an inspection regime for gambling treatment service, which CQC is set to carry out.

“The development phase of this work is being disrupted by COVID-19, but we hope to make a formal announcement of how this will be undertaken as soon as possible. Independent inspection by the CQC will provide us, and all interested parties, with an authoritative assessment of the quality of services.

In the Select Committee on the Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry meeting on March 10, the Committee heard evidence from treatment providers, which primarily considered the accessibility and effectiveness of problem gambling treatments that are currently available.

In its remit, the Committee seeks to establish ‘reliable facts’ on unique gambling industry factors and dynamics, with the purpose of developing better regulatory frameworks and future oversight.

Etches continued: “We also want to make clear that the relationship between provider and commissioner is a wholly collaborative one. It does not involve the former pleading for funding from the latter, as was perhaps suggested during the session (and which we do not feel represents either our aims or work in practice). Co-design runs throughout our work, with providers and commissioners contributing their respective perspectives and insights to initiatives to improve and develop gambling treatment.

“The Committee also spent some time discussing the Grant Agreements that GambleAware has with treatment providers, and there seemed to be a concern these agreements are being used to enforce monopsony. I want to reassure you that this is not the case.

“As an independent charity, GambleAware needs to be able to account for its expenditure. Trustees would be failing in their duty if GambleAware was giving money to a particular activity that was simultaneously being funded from another source, i.e. ‘double-funded’.

“Also, we are keen to ensure that the Grant Agreements do not stifle innovation, or additional investment. This is demonstrated, for example, in the funding from NHS England to support both the Problem Gambling Clinic based at Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust and the NHS Northern Gambling Service being run by the Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, over and above the preexisting, continuing funding from GambleAware.

“GambleAware is committed to ensuring the success and expansion of the National Gambling Treatment Service and the prevention and research activity supporting it. This will require continued collaboration with treatment providers (alongside national health agencies, local authorities, and others), which continues to be at the heart of our approach.”

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Belatra Games Releases Boxing Themed “MWA” Slot

Niji Narayan

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Belatra Games has launched its latest boxing-themed slot named “MWA.”

This 25 line, 5×3 slot title offers “Wheel of Fortune” jackpot and free games with a win multiplier. It also features a #BUYBONUS option. The game is available on desktop as well as on mobile phones.

Players can access “MWA” slot free without downloading and registering on the Belatra website. The game is always available online in 14 world languages, so the match can be considered as truly international.

An original option allows players not to wait until a bonus or free games appear in the game. Players can start a boxing match at any time – just buy a bonus for a certain number of credits and enjoy the draw immediately.

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