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George Miller

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Week 28/2019 slot games releases
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Check out this week’s latest slot game releases

 

RTG (Realtime Gaming), has launched a new slot game based on the life and times of an ancient Chinese empress called: Wu Zetian. Travel back to the days of China’s Tang Dynasty and meet Empress Wu Zetian in this historical slot game from RTG Asia. From January 2019, the Wu Zetian slot shall be playable on desktop and mobile devices across participating RTG Asia casinos.

RTG- Wu Zetian slot

 

iSoftBet, surprised us with the release of Jumbo Stampede to the wider market following a successful exclusivity period with multi-brand operator GVC. Jumbo Stampede, a 4×6 slot featuring 4096 pay ways set on the African plains, is the latest addition to the top-performing iSoftBet portfolio and is certified for all regulated markets including the UK, Belgium, Portugal, Estonia, etc.

iSoftBet unleashes Jumbo Stampede slot

 

True Flip Revealed their Crypto-Themed slot: Mining Factory With Plasmatron Bonus. Mining Factory is a highly volatile, 3×5 video slot with 27 paylines, Expanding Wilds, Free Spins and an accumulative Plasmatron Bonus. RTP is 96.1%, the Max win is 16,200x coin value. Featuring state of the art visuals, Mining Factory has a responsive design based on HTML5 and handles comfortably across a wide range of devices.

True Flip's Crypto-Themed Mining Factory slot

 

Blueprint Gaming is leading players into battle to compete for riches in its highly-charged new release Rome: Rise of an Empire. The 5×3 reel slot sees players take the role of a Roman Gladiator as they attempt to fight their way to greatness in front of a packed-out Colosseum

Blueprint Gaming- Rome: Rise of an Empire slot

 

Innovative slots and casino content supplier Kalamba Games invites players to a dystopian world where man meets machine with the release of its latest slot title: Machina. This new slot introduces a futuristic cityscape of cyborgs and robots full of exciting free-spins and bonus jackpots on a dynamic reel.

 Kalamba Games - Machina slot

 

Pragmatic Play, has expanded its portfolio with the launch of its new western-themed video slot Mustang Gold. The 3×5 reel, 25 payline slot is set in the Wild West and features traditional slot symbols, as well as cowboys, cowgirls and majestic horses that fill the reels, accompanied by golden winning symbols, such as horseshoes.

Pragmatic Play - Mustang Gold video slot

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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C2 Ayia Napa Opens its Doors

Niji Narayan

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Cyprus Casinos (C2) has opened its third licensed satellite casino – C2 Ayia Napa.

C2 Ayia Napa is located at 34, Archbishop Makarios III Avenue, 5330, in Ayia Napa’s tourist area. The gaming area features 50 slot machines and is operated in accordance with Cypriot legislation. It also features the Columbia Bar and there is an on-site dedicated parking lot for guests and customers.

“We are delighted to be launching our third satellite casino, further expanding our C2 portfolio. We are confident that C2 Ayia Napa will help to enhance the city’s tourist product and significantly contribute to the sustainable growth of the local and island’s economy. At the same time, the casino will offer an exceptional entertainment experience for both local and foreign guests,” Craig Ballantyne, Property President of City of Dreams Mediterranean and Cyprus Casinos said.

Entry is limited to people over 21 and they do not have to pay an entry fee or sign up for a membership.

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STATS and Perform Confirm their Merger to Launch “Stats Perform”

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STATS and Perform Confirm their Merger to Launch “Stats Perform”
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STATS, the US based sports data company, has formalised its merging with Perform, the European based sports content company, creating the leading sports company in artificial intelligence and data, operating under the new name Stats Perform.

Stats Perform brings the deepest breadth of data, sports research, news and video content and unrivaled AI-powered solutions to sports media and broadcasters, technology companies, global brands, sportsbooks, teams and leagues and fantasy providers. With more than 20 AI patents issued or submitted, Stats Perform is the leading innovator in sports.

“Stats Perform is set to engage billions of sports fans this year and I expect that to grow as we bring new innovative technologies to market, expanding our global presence. To truly revolutionize sport, we have harnessed the power of immense amounts of sports data with unparalleled AI technology. This unprecedented sports data and technology creates boundless possibilities for our global partners in fan engagement, betting and team performance,” Carl Mergele, CEO of Stats Perform said.

“Through AI we are able to discover hidden patterns in sports. This allows us to better understand the complexities of a game and project those patterns forward to predict future outcomes. The combination of Stats Perform will give us greater ability to extract new insights and context,” Mergele added.

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Missouri Gaming Commission Considers Gaming Terminals as Illegal

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The Missouri Gaming Commission has deemed the gaming terminals illegal to slow the rapid-fire spread of untaxed and unregulated slot machines in Missouri.

The lead attorney for the Missouri Gaming Commission ruled that the terminals contain functions that make them “gambling devices,” which are prohibited outside of licensed casinos.

The ruling came in response to a question by the St. James Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5608, which asked if having one of the terminals in their facility would jeopardise the organisation’s state-issued bingo license.

After testing the machine, the gaming commission said it would.

Although the gaming commission’s findings only apply to establishments that have bingo licenses, the decision comes as state and county officials are investigating what to do about the machines.

The terminals work like slot machines. A player inserts money, selects a game and decides how much to wager. Players who win money can cash out and get paid by the store cashier.

May Scheve Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery told that she fears the terminals could divert money from the lottery’s games, which generate money for public schools.

Senate President Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, also has pushed for legislation that would prohibit the machines and strip businesses of their liquor licenses if the terminals are present.

Dave Grothaus, executive director of the Gaming Commission said there have been discussions about whether state officials, like the commission, could use their licensing powers to strip businesses of their ability to sell lottery tickets or alcohol if they have the slot machines on their premises.

“Certainly that would be an administrative tool that the state could use to address the problem,” Grothaus said.

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