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Denise Coates Becomes the Second Wealthiest Woman in UK

Niji Narayan

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Bet365 chief Denise Coates has become the second wealthiest woman in the UK. Her betting empire is worth billions and in the last year alone has made a profit of £791million. In just 12 months, gamblers placed £52.5billion worth of bets with Bet365.

She launched Bet365 in 2001 with a £15million loan from RBS secured against her chain of betting shops. In just four years, Ms Coates’ new venture became a huge success and she sold her chain of betting shops to Coral for £40million.

Bet365 is very much a family firm, owned by Ms Coates and members of her immediate family. Her brother, John, is joint chief executive while her father, Peter is the firm’s chairman.

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The Key to Stronger Partnerships and Offer Extension: MaxBill’s Solution for Gaming

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MaxBill is excited to announce the release of a new whitepaper, dedicated to revealing the company’s vision for driving gaming businesses to further success. We are confident, that the recent years’ rapid expansion of the industry should be supported by the operational changes across all levels. To grow smoothly and organically, each company needs to have a strong back-end, that will ensure its scalability.

The whitepaper covers the main aspects of the essential functionality of the modern cloud-based partner management and billing solution for gaming. It goes into detail about the advantages of the process automation in a revenue calculation, shortening the invoicing cycle and creating better reporting and mutual settlements transparency for any number of contracts. We also included the segment on the importance of the 4 eyes principle and teased the new forecasting module, that has been developed specifically for gaming providers.

MaxBill understands the uncertainty that surrounds the integration of the new system in large enterprises, that is why we made sure to provide opinions of major gaming companies that already use our customized approach to billing and partner management. Two gaming giants, 888 and NetEnt, have been collaborating with MaxBill for a long time now. Their testimony reveals how switching to the single-platform system has helped them to create a better business environment and grow sustainably.

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OneTouch Partners with Big Wave Gaming to Launch Wild Wild West 2120

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Mobile-first games developer OneTouch has partnered with the third-party games studio Big Wave Gaming to launch Wild Wild West 2120.

The 5×3 title transports players to a futuristic Wild West in pursuit of a prized bounty, with a Free Games round where two of the reels turn into Wilds and multiple jackpots can be won with a single spin.

“We’re delighted to saddle up with our valued partners at Big Wave Gaming to create Wild Wild West 2120, an enthralling new game with a fantastically inviting theme. The company has enjoyed impressive success in the social games space, so we have no doubt that this new title will perform strongly,” Ollie Castleman, Head of Marketing at OneTouch, said.

“OneTouch’s cutting-edge portfolio of mobile games is packed full of quality and innovation, so it’s fantastic to team up with the company for the epic Western adventure that is Wild Wild West 2120. We’ve experienced huge success in the social casino market and beyond, and expect this collaboration to be the first of many,” Ivan Rungkat, Managing Director at Big Wave Gaming said.

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Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers Approves Establishment of Gambling Commission

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Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has approved the establishment of a gambling Commission to regulate gambling and lotteries. Its work is scheduled to launch in November this year.

The Gambling Commission will issue licenses, monitor and control the activities of gambling business operators.

“The launch of the commission will make it impossible for illegal gambling establishments to operate under the guise of state lotteries. And the legalization of gambling will stimulate the economy, attract investment, create additional jobs and receive a significant source of additional revenue,” the Ministry reports.

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