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Authentic Gaming Partners with Aspire Global

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Authentic Gaming has partnered with online casino platform provider Aspire Global. Under the partnership, Authentic’s suite of live roulette titles, including Authentic Roulette and Blaze Roulette, will be made available to players at the operator’s roster of brands.

Aspire Global has also opted to take Authentic Gaming’s Premium Tables package, meaning its players can sit down at real roulette tables located at some of the world’s most prestigious casinos including Foxwoods Casino Resort and Royal Casino.

The operator will also have access to Authentic Gaming’s Live Banners marketing tool to promote the provider’s live dealer titles across its brands, as well as on affiliates and other media sites.

“We are delighted to be working with such an established and successful online casino operator. Aspire Global has quickly emerged as a power player in the industry and we share similar visions in delivering an exceptional player experience and superior game play. This is the perfect partnership and one that will deliver tremendous results and successes for both Authentic Gaming and Aspire Global,” Magdalena Podhorska-Okolow, CCO of Authentic Gaming, said.

“Live dealer is now a major contributor to the growth of online casino brands and we at Aspire Global want to ensure our players have access to a full suite of top-quality live dealer games. In that regard, partnering with Authentic Gaming was an absolute must as their live roulette titles are genuinely unique and provide an unrivalled player experience,” Jov Spiero at Aspire Global said.

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Pragmatic Play And LeoVegas Announce Highly Awaited Bingo Deal

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Pragmatic Play and LeoVegas have announced a ground-breaking deal which sees the award-winning casino launch top bingo games from one of the industry’s leading content providers.

Existing players on LeoVegas brands such as LeoVegas UK, Crown Bingo, Pink Casino and Legs Eleven will now have access to one of the most innovative and multi-featured bingo products on the market, offering highly competitive daily jackpots and prizes.

This deal strengthens Pragmatic Play’s strategy to offer a full suite of cutting-edge iGaming products to a wider audience.

Claire McDaid, Vice President of Bingo at Pragmatic Play said: ‘I am thrilled and thoroughly looking forward to working with the LeoVegas team on both their existing bingo brands and their new launches.”

“The Pragmatic Play bingo team have worked vigorously to ensure we have a stand-out product across UX, UI and Back Office features which I am confident will enable LeoVegas and the Rocket X managed brands to drive their bingo business forward.

A spokesperson at LeoVegas said: “We are delighted to further enhance our agreement with Pragmatic Play and take their revolutionary bingo offering.

“We have a close relationship with the supplier already, taking both slot titles and Live Casino products, so it was the next logical step to take another vertical from them, considering how well their products have performed in our portfolio.”

The provider’s Bingo product offers a market-leading number of variants including 90, 80,75,50 and 30 ball bingo. At ICE 2020, the supplier created much excitement with the launch of a unique mobile-first bingo game, ensuring partners have innovative and exciting content to attract and retain both bingo and softer gaming customers in an ever-increasing competitive marketplace.

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Push Gaming joins forces with GVC

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Chart-topping slot developer integrates full suite of games across operator’s roster of popular brands

Push Gaming, the slots supplier behind player favourite Jammin’ Jars and Razor Shark, has put pen to paper on a deal to supply GVC with its full suite of games.

The integration will take place via the supplier’s own platform, giving players at brands such as Ladbrokes, Coral and bwin access to a selection of its hit releases.

The remainder of the games in the extensive portfolio will then be made available in the coming months.

James MarshallCEO of Push Gaming, said: “We’re very pleased to be partnering with GVC and to be providing our games to players at some of the most popular and successful online gambling brands in the world.

“Our titles have proved to be a big hit with a wide range of players, and we look forward to entertaining and exciting GVC’s customers.”

Push Gaming has established itself as one of the most exciting and innovative game developers thanks to its winning combination of great graphics, intelligent maths and state of the art game mechanics.

It has ambitious plans to roll out a long list of new games, as well as new platform-level innovations during 2020 following the acquisition of Game Server Integrations (GSI) at the beginning of the year.

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Gambling Compliance tracker reports record breaking quarter for regulators

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Online gambling regulators were busy in the first quarter of 2020, issuing a total of in excess of £25m in fines to just five online gambling operators between January and March.

This is a huge increase over penalties issued in previous years. Online gambling compliance tracker GamblingIndustryFines.com tracked a total of over £16m in fines doled out to iGaming operators for the whole of 2019.

The first fine of the year was issued in January by the Malta Gaming Authority – a £2M fine for Blackrock Media for “servicing unauthorized transactions”.

GVC Australia was up next on Valentine’s day – receiving a fine for £106k after two GVC brands, Ladbrokes and Neds – were found guilty of offering betting bonuses to people who opened new betting accounts – contrary to Australian law.

The same month, Mr Green was on the receiving end of a £3M fine from the UK Gambling Commission for systemic failings in its measures to stop money laundering and problem gambling.

The UKGC issued Betway with a record £11.6m fine in March as a settlement for accepting stolen money from high spending “VIP” customers, some of whom were displaying clear signs of gambling addiction.

The final regulator fine of the first quarter went to Kindred Group when Spooniker Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kindred Group received a warning and a sanction fee in the sum of SEK 100 million (USD 9,5m/£8.5m) by the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA) for offering customers financial incentives which are in breach of the new gambling legislation.

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