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Week 18 slot games releases

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Week 48/2019 slot games releases
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Check out this week’s latest slot game releases!

 

“Will the villain succeed in making off with all the bank’s loot, or will our superhero catch him and send him to jail?Super Boom, the new game from Booming Games takes place in front of the city bank. Our villain has laid 2 bombs at the entrance doors, but will he succeed in exploding them and turning the reels Wild?”, says Shane Cotter, Director of Product.

Super Boom slot from Booming Games

Greentube’s Home of Games just got even mightier with the arrival of the great goddess Isis and the brand-new Egyptian-themed slot, Ancient Goddess™. This thrilling new title is now available for all B2B partners. The goddess brings luck and fortune in the exciting 20-line, Egyptian-themed slot Ancient Goddess™. This new slot takes players on a journey to a time when gods ruled over the pyramids, and the streets flowed with treasure and gold.

Ancient Goddess™

High 5 Games, is taking players to the skies above in Eagles’ Flight, the latest addition to its fast-growing slots library. The 5×4 medium volatility slot, set in the clouds of North America, follows the bald eagle which lands on the reels to reward players with big wins and jackpots. Eagles’ Flight is now available to H5G’s fast-growing network of operator partners through its leading remote game server, High 5 VAULT.

Eagles’ Flight slot

Marking a huge milestone for Nolimit City, Tombstone is the 16th release by the studio, following the successful exclusive timed release on LeoVegas (April 18th to May 1st), Tombstone is now available, live across all partners to enjoy. A game for the thicker skinned, Tombstone can raise the stakes and blow-up a whopping 11,000x win potential, thanks to the ‘xNudge’ feature and its incorporation across the three different bonus rounds found in the game – Justice Spins, Gunslinger Spins and Bounty Spins – will give players one of the most hell-raising experiences Nolimit has ever brought to table.

noloimit city - tombstone

Invite your players to polish their axes and join a historic raiding party in Viking Voyage – Betsoft Gaming’s suspense-filled, story-driven take on Scandinavian legend. Viking Voyage takes place on the eve of an expedition into uncharted waters. Viking Voyage is built on the latest generation of the cross-platform SHIFT development environment.  Now in its second milestone version, with smart asset and sound quality switching, SHIFT 2.0 guarantees that the same great gameplay reaches players on desktop and mobile with no compromise.

Betsoft - Viking Voyage

Relax Gaming, has unveiled the latest addition to its popular portfolio of video slots, Caveman Bob. Set in a beautifully crafted ancient world, Caveman Bob is a 5×3 video slot featuring three different environments for players to unlock as they travel from location to location, each with their own unique characteristics. The cave, oasis and mountain stages offer varied levels of volatility and wild features, with Bob’s Wheel of Fortune, the humorous Hand of Bob and Mammoth Re-spins on offer to give players a chance to win up to 500x their original stake.

Relax Gaming’s Caveman Bob

Habanero is inviting players to add a touch of sparkle to their lives with the release of Magic Oak. Its latest release features a wealth of woodland-themed symbols including a rabbit, boar, owl, fox and squirrel, with wins paid when the same icon appears in blocks rather than lines. A maximum of 16 identical symbols can fill the screen with other wins paid when horizontally and vertically adjacent, while magical wisps appear after spins to make up wilds. Magic Oak is the latest addition to its high-quality portfolio of games, which also includes recent releases Mount Mazuma, 5 Lucky Lions, Hot Hot Fruit, Pumpkin Patch and Jump!

Habanero’s Magic Oak slot

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Proposed Gambling Reforms Not Seem to Resonate Well in Ukraine, President Zelensky’s Ratings Down

Niji Narayan

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Proposed Gambling Reforms Not Seem to Resonate Well in Ukraine, President Zelensky’s Ratings Down
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A recent public poll conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology has revealed that the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s rating is down from 73% to 52% in just two months. Not-in-favour ratings also jumped from 7% to 19% in November. The series of reforms proposed by the president seems to have played against him.

President Zelensky has been a strong proponent of legalising gambling and recently Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers approved the government’s new Action Programme. The programme included a draft law which calls for the legalisation of gambling in the country.

The draft gambling law also calls for gambling operators to pay a license fee of UAH 38m for operating a casino in Kiev, UAH 25m for a casino in one of the four other cities with a population of a million or more and UAH 12.5m for a casino anywhere else.

The president speaking in favour of the gambling reforms has advocated that with regulated gambling markets there will be a decline in illegal gambling and also the funds received in tax from gambling operations would provide for social programmes.

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Survey Reveals More Than 50% of English People Gambled in 2018

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Survey Reveals More Than 50% of English People Gambled in 2018
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The Health Survey for England 2018 has revealed that more than half of people aged 16 or older in England gambled at some point during last year. The results of the survey also showed that millions of people are overweight, drink too much alcohol, eat badly or fail to do enough exercise.

The survey showed that 53% of people had gambled in 2018, which included buying a lottery ticket, with 56% of men reporting that they had gambled against 49% of women. While the figures have fallen in recent years, the chief executive of NHS England, Simon Stevens, issued a warning not to infer the problems that gambling present had gone away.

“These new stats are a stark reminder of how common gambling is in our society and how easy it is to become addicted, particularly with the aggressive push into online gambling,” Stevens said.

“The NHS never stands still as health needs change, which is why we’re rolling out new specialist services to tackle mental ill health linked to gambling addiction, as part of our long-term plan. But it is high time that all these firms who spend many millions on marketing and advertising step up to the plate and take their responsibilities seriously,” Stevens added.

For this year’s study, 8178 adults and 2072 children (aged up to 15) were interviewed from households across England.

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Local Business Community Dismays at Hokkaido’s Withdrawal from IR Race

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The Hokkaido business community has dismayed at the announcement by Governor Naomichi Suzuki that the prefecture would abandon plans for an integrated resort (IR) due to environmental concerns.

Prior to the announcement it had been estimated that there would have been an investment of between JPY280 to JPY380 billion in an IR, bringing in annual turnover of over JPY 150 billion. It was widely hoped that this could be the long-awaited impetus to turn around the economy and help reverse the depopulation of Hokkaido. Instead, there has been huge disappointment for Tomakomai city and the local business community in the days since Governor Suzuki’s decision.

Tomakomai mayor Hirofumi Iwakura stated, “We are extremely disappointed and wonder why.”

In respect to comments by the Governor that an inability to conduct an environmental assessment on the proposed IR site within the timeframe given by the national government was behind the decision, Iwakura said, “If it was really just about the environment, we could find a way,” adding that the city will not drop its growth plan to revitalise the tourism industry and attract foreign visitors via an international resort.

Hiroaki Fujita, Chairman of the Tomakomai IR Promotion Council, said, “I am not satisfied that these plans have been shelved.”

Fujita said he would continue to be active in IR promotion activities in the future.

Tomoharu Miyamoto, Chairman of the Tomakomai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, stated, “I want people to understand that we need an IR and accept the challenge.”

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