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Week 11 slot games releases

George Miller



Week 11/2019 slot games releases
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Sit back, relax and have a look at this week’s latest slots releases!


Playtech has expanded its Sporting Legends suite by introducing horse racing legend AP McCoy, the latest star to feature in the triple jackpot slot series. The new game has an enhanced spin option with extra features to boost players’ win potential. AP McCoy: Sporting Legends comprises two modes—Accumulator and Accumulator Plus. Both modes offer players a five-spin “bundle,” featuring a Prize Pot that grows with each win and pays out on every subsequent winning spin.

AP McCoy introduces Playtech Power Play™ to Sporting Legends series


Have you ever wanted to get close to brave warriors of the past who had to fight enemies to carve out territory for their family, kin and clan? Vikings: Frozen Gods is an epic journey into gloomy and cold Scandinavian lands, and we’ll explore them in amazing slot machine game from AGames. This is a 5х3 slot with 25 lines where coin value varies from 0.01 up to 10.0. The highest payout belongs to the symbols of four hero Vikings followed by images of swords, axes and magic Scandinavian runes.

AGames - “Vikings: Frozen Gods” slot


Take a trip through some of Europe’s most exciting cities in the new Play’n GO title Cash Vandal, released this week. The Cash Vandal video slot takes you on a train journey through London, Paris and Berlin, showcasing each city’s unique identity through their rich culture of street art. Art and design are a big focus of the title, and it has been carefully crafted to represent each location fully. Players will recognise famous landmarks and cultural icons synonymous with these historical capitals, as well as enjoying the different design styles of each one.

 Cash Vandal


Booming Games’ upcoming release, Stellar Spins, is out of this world, says Shane Cotter, Director of Product. This atmospheric 5×3 medium-high volatility slot will truly engage your players of all levels. With triggered 2 Way Pay and Stacked Wilds in the base game; and an Expanding Symbol feature and retriggering in Free Spins, this game promises to be one for the aeons.

Booming Games - Stellar Spins


Pariplay Ltd., a gaming technology company serving iGaming operators, land-based casinos and lotteries, has launched Rumble Rhino, a new online video slot designed to take players on a journey through the raw beauty of the African landscape. More than just a great gaming experience, 10% of all Pariplay’s profits from the Rumble Rhino game will be donated to Save the Rhino International (SRI), a UK-registered charity with a mission of protecting endangered rhino species. Ltd., has launched Rumble Rhino, a new online video slot designed to take players on a journey through the raw beauty of the African landscape. More than just a great gaming experience, 10% of all Pariplay’s profits from the Rumble Rhino game will be donated to Save the Rhino International (SRI), a UK-registered charity with a mission of protecting endangered rhino species.

Pariplay’s New Rumble Rhino Slot


Realistic Games has re-launched a bigger and better version of its most popular game, Super Graphics Upside Down. The five-reel Japanese anime-inspired game originally hit the market in 2011 within a virtual slot cabinet in order to capture an arcade authenticity. Featuring a unique free spins bonus round with upside-down reels, it quickly became a player favourite and has gone on to become the design studio’s most successful ever slot.

Realistic Games breathes new life into its most successful game


Endorphina, the creators of outstanding game titles such as Voodoo, Taboo or Minotauros announced that they are releasing yet another new title for their portfolio. Ancient Troy is a 5-reel, 25-line game and offers a free games feature once 3 or more scatter symbols appear on the reels. Troy Jokers are introduced during the feature and can multiply a player’s win up to 3 times during each spin.

 new game by Endorphina


Embark on an adventurous quest for hidden treasures inside a mysterious temple with Kalamba Games’ latest title Ruby Hunter.The expedition-themed slot takes players on an exciting adventure as they hunt for rewarding free spins, jackpots and bonuses. The 6×5 slot is the latest to incorporate Kalamba’s popular HyberBonus with four levels of the special bet buy-in feature that offers players a shortcut into free spins rounds.

 Kalamba Games’ Ruby Hunter


Quickspin, has launched its newest slot game, titled The Grand. It combines Art Deco design with three top-performing features and non-stop excitement. The slot has a beautiful and timeless Art Deco design that oozes glitz and glamour, whilst at the same time offering extremely volatile gameplay and non-stop excitement – and the potential to win 2901,5x your bet!

Quickspin - the grand

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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Pringles extends ESL sponsorship for more competitions

Niji Narayan



Pringles extends ESL sponsorship for more competitions
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Pringles, the US-based potato and wheat-based snack chips brand, has extended its sponsorship of ESL events to include eight more competitions.

The extension of Pringles’ deal will begin with IEM Katowice 2019. The other events that come under the purview of extension include ESL One Cologne, ESL One Hamburg, ESL National Championship SEE, ESL Meisterschaft Deutschland, and the German stream for the European Masters Fall Split. The snack-brand, owned by Kellogg Company, started sponsoring ESL One Hamburg in 2017.

“Pringles’ esports strategy is a prime example of agility in the light of new opportunities,” said Toan Nguyen, Executive Strategy Director and Associate Partner for Hamburg-based marketing agency Jung von Matt, which will continue supporting Pringles in its partnership with ESL. “They started small-scale in 2017 and expanded quickly over many international events in 2018. In 2019, Pringles will cover 8 events with not just Northern Europe, but also the CEE region as its new pillars! This strategy perfectly shows how brands can employ an open mindset combined with curiosity and dedication.”

In addition to logo presence, product placements, and an activation area including an esports fan edition on live competitions, Pringles’ extension with ESL will include a variety of other undisclosed activations, which were designed specifically for fans.

Dominik Schafhaupt, Kellogg Company’s Marketing Manager Snacks Northern Europe, said in a statement: “2018 was a very successful year for Pringles in Northern Europe. Especially in the field of esports we see a great development of brand perception and get very positive reactions from the community. Therefore, we decided to expand our foot print together with the ESL not only geographically but also qualitatively. At the moment we are finalizing new concepts with which we would like to address the community with even more relevant communication and activations, on-the-ground at events but also digital.”

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Studies find links between loot box spending and problem gambling

Niji Narayan



Studies find links between loot box spending and problem gambling
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New research has proved that there is a strong link between problematic gambling behaviours and spending money on loot boxes.

The results of the research are published in the journal PLOS One as two studies. The results indicate that people who spend more money on loot boxes are also more likely to be unable to keep their gambling habits in check.

“Loot boxes are extremely widespread. A recent analysis we did showed that they may feature in as many as 63% of mobile games. They’re extremely profitable, too: They’re estimated to have perhaps generated as much as $30 billion in revenue in 2018,” said study author David Zendle of York St. John University.

“They’re also highly worrying — there are clear parallels between loot boxes and potentially harmful activities like gambling. Given their prevalence, importance, and the lack of literature on them, I think a good question is ‘Why weren’t more people running these studies?’”

The researchers had 1172 gamers complete psychological surveys regarding problem gambling and loot box spending.

The participants all reported regularly playing at least of one of ten popular games that feature loot boxes: Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, League of Legends, Hearthstone, Overwatch, Counter-Strike: GO, FIFA 18, Rocket League, DOTA 2, Team Fortress 2, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.

“There is a link between loot box spending and problem gambling. However, we’re not sure if this means that loot boxes literally cause problem gambling, or if it means that people who are already problem gamblers spend significantly more money on loot boxes. In either case, though, it doesn’t look socially beneficial.”

On average, the participants reported spending $19.58 on loot boxes in the past month. But some had spent up to $2300.

The study replicates the finding of previous research conducted by Zendle and published in 2018. That study, which examined 7422 gamers, found that people with more severe gambling problems tended to spend more on loot boxes.

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Denmark unveil New Code of Conduct to protect consumers

Niji Narayan



Denmark unveil New Code of Conduct to protect consumers
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Denmark is planning to implement a code of conduct for the gambling industry, which will improve consumer protection and contribute to preventing gambling as entertainment developing into compulsive gambling.

The new plan will be implemented after a comprehensive discussion with all stakeholders. The new code is expected to come into force on 1 July 2019.

On this basis, parties from the gambling industry have sat down and together drawn up the code of conduct for the gambling industry, which enters into force on 1 July 2019.

There are three sections of license holders who come into the purview of the code:

  1. License holders in the area of online casino and betting who come under Danish Online Gambling Association.
  2. License holders in the area of gaming machines who come under Dansk Automat Brancheforening (Danish gaming machine industry association).
  3. License holders to land-based casino who come under Dansk Kasinoforening (Danish Casino Association).


The code (in Danish language) can be read on this page:

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