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GAMOMAT unveils fresh brand to accelerate global growth strategy

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GAMOMAT, the leading independent slot game developer, has strengthened its global expansion strategy with the launch of its revitalised corporate brand identity.

The Germany-based company’s rebrand will add further weight to GAMOMAT‘s ambitious online market expansion and ongoing growth programme after originally excelling within land-based gaming.

GAMOMAT’s refreshed brand identity features a slick, sharp and powerful logo design that reflects the colourful world of casino slots.

Axel Niemann, Managing Director of GAMOMAT Distribution GmbH said: “At the start of the new decade we wanted a brand identity to express the current generation of games as well as the partnership agility of GAMOMAT. The redesign encapsulates GAMOMAT’s dedication to innovation, down-to-earth service, modernity and creativity. Our brand reflects our enthusiasm for quality slots.”

The newly designed GAMOMAT website offers partners and visitors an opportunity for an atmospheric tour of the extensive product portfolio. Here, classics such as Ramses Book and Royal Seven XXL are featured alongside innovative side games and new development projects such as The Book Beyond. This hotly anticipated game is to be released for one exclusive partner on 30th June and then for mass market on 28th July 2020.

 

About GAMOMAT: 
GAMOMAT is a German online premium game developer focusing on delivering an outstanding gaming experience for slot fans. Launched in the land-based market in 2008. Owner operated. Achieved successful growth with innovative iGaming products. Currently more than 100 published online slots in the real money and social casino segments. Games played in over 35 countries and 25 languages. Developed by a passionate team that loves and lives for gaming.

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RTSmunity strengthen their position on the european market with forBET partnership

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RTSmunity, esports odds and trading provider, continue their expansion on european betting market with new partnership. The new cooperation with polish sportsbook operator forBET comes in a time where many major sports are facing problems, and esports are working as a stable stream of revenue. Customers of forBET will now be able to experience the top esports offer, improved in every measurable aspect – number of markets, uptime, odds.

The partnership between RTSmunity and forBET confirms the strategy that RTSmunity outlined earlier this year, which is continuous expansion on the european market, combined with new partnerships in the US and LatAm region. With many sportsbook operators looking to esports in a new new perspective, forBET demonstrated ability to be fast and agile company, by quickly enhancing their esports betting offer through RTSmunity odds feed.

Pavol Krasnovský, CEO of RTSmunity, said: We are very happy to start a new partnership with forBET. They have been able to succeed in very competitive betting market in Poland, and bringing their esports offer to the top level is the obvious step forward. We are very confident in our solution, and we have demonstrated that we are able to make esports a growing stream of revenue for sportsbook operators.

Petr Pacinek, General Director of forBET, said: The cooperation we have just started is a clear signal of the way we have chosen – continuous improvement of our offer, in order to support growth of our market share. Esports betting is still a developing industry, but already very competitive, and you can’t succeed without having the best offer. That’s why we have chosen RTSmunity to be our new partner, and we count on them to bring us to the top.

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German States in Discussion Over Possible Transition Period for iGaming

Niji Narayan

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Several German states are in discussions over a potential transition period that could allow operators to continue offering online casino products until the vertical is legalised from July 2021.

The exact nature of the discussions and whether this would allow operators to provide online casino without any sort of restriction, is as yet unclear, with reports telling that they do not want to pre-empt the talks.

“The federal states are currently coordinating the extent to which enforcement measures against illegal gambling can be effectively implemented in the transition phase,” a spokesperson for the state government of Nordrhein-Westfalen said.

While other states are yet to respond to requests for comment, local media reports that the chancelleries in Bavaria, Hamburg and Berlin are also involved in the discussions.

The discussions are playing out ahead of the implementation of the Glücksspielneuregulierungstaatsvertrag (GlüNeuRStV) from 1 July 2021. This revised regulatory model, which is currently subject to a standstill period as it is considered by the European Commission, expands the online market beyond sports betting for the first time.

From July next year, online casino and poker will be regulated, albeit under strict conditions, such as a €1 per spin cap on slot stakes, and table games licences restricted to the number of land-based casinos in each state.

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Illegal Gambling on the Rise in Austria

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The Austrian Financial Police have carried out a total of 278 inspections on suspected black market gambling venues since January, resulting in the confiscation of over 660 gaming machines. Over half of the seized machines were found in Vienna, the capital city of Austria.

In a statement issued on July 28, Austria’s financial police set out the progress it has made this year towards a reduction in illegal gambling in the country. It made clear that the majority of illegal gambling activity is taking place in larger urban centres such as Vienna and Linz.

In rural areas, illegal gambling has been largely reduced – for example, in the states of Burgenland, Styria and Vorarlberg combined, only two devices have been found since January.

“I congratulate the colleagues from the financial police on these remarkable successes. Illegal gambling is now concentrated in the metropolitan areas and – thanks to the excellent work of the financial police – is no longer active across the country,” Austria’s finance minister Gernot Blümel said.

“The fight against organised illegal gambling will of course continue to protect players. The ‘gambling mafia’ benefits from peoples addiction and destroys their finances, so we must show absolutely no tolerance here,” he added.

Finance minister Blümel called this year for the creation of an independent gambling regulator for Austria, taking responsibility for the activity away from the treasury.

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