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Gauselmann Group Opens New Venues in UK

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German gambling company Gauselmann group has gone one step further by investing in the high street and launching its Merkur Slots brand nationally. The company has opened three brand-new venues in Southall, Hornchurch and Lancaster on July 4.

Gauselmann group plans to open many more Merkur Slots venues across the UK this year. The company will open with three more venues in Saltash, Bolton and Wolverhampton, this month.

“This is a very exciting time for the Merkur Slots brand. So many companies haven’t survived the effects of the pandemic and we are delighted to be able to give customers a brand-new experience in locations where we don’t currently have a presence. It means a lot to us to be part of kick-starting the high street again and supporting the local community with new job opportunities,” Mark Schertle, COO of Gauselmann group, said.

Merkur Slots provides the latest in digital venues. All machines and advertising are fully digitised and customers will be able to enjoy all of their favourite games, as well as the latest in Blueprint games.

All venues will be COVID-secure, with Gauselmann group implementing an “Open, clean, safe” campaign which will focus heavily on ensuring new safety precautions are in-place and everything is communicated effectively with customers, via social channels and the official website.

“We look forward to welcoming customers back to gaming after a small hiatus and we feel we have a unique edge in that we can offer them brand-new, modern venues that have been designed with social distancing in mind. Customers can game with total confidence. Thank you to all our staff who have worked tirelessly to get the venues up and running ahead of opening,” Schertle said.

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Entain Launches Global Initiatives to Support Women Interested in Building Careers in Technology

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Entain Plc has launched a series of international initiatives to support girls and young women interested in building careers in technology.

Girls Who Code, an international non-profit organisation working to close the gender gap in technology, is to receive US$250K from the Entain Foundation, its not-for-profit affiliate, to support its global programmes to bring young women into the technology industry, most notably in the UK, US, Canada and India. The scale of Entain’s support makes it one of Girls Who Codes most significant global partners.

The Entain Foundation is also providing Aus. $50K funding to the Tech Girls Movement in Australia, which aims to challenge gender perceptions which limit girls’ participation in STEM through school-based early intervention programmes.

The new initiatives follow recent senior female appointments to the leadership team at Entain, including that of new chief executive Jette Nygaard-Andersen and two new non-executive board directors, Stella David and Vicky Jarman. Over 50% of Entain’s workforce is female, including over 30% in technology roles.

Jette Nygaard-Andersen, CEO of Entain, said: “I’m proud to be leading a global technology company which is making real strides in promoting women’s careers, not just in the West, but also developing markets like India where creating opportunities for young women is especially important.

“Everywhere however, the biggest challenges continue to be cultural, around what society and young women themselves believe they can do, which is why we are focusing on initiatives to support their education and build stronger pathways into technology-related careers.”

Dr. Tarika Barrett, incoming CEO of Girls Who Code, said: “Passionate, ambitious and diverse young women are the key to transforming the world and the technical workforce. This International Women’s Day, we’re excited to partner with the Entain to support young women around the world on their journey into the technical workforce. Our work together will help spur the creation of a more fair and equitable workforce, helping more women of all backgrounds rise to the top and achieve their goals of working in tech.”

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CT Gaming Interactive Expands its Presence in Belgium

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CT Gaming Interactive has expanded its presence in the Belgium market through its new partnership with Supergame.be.

Supergame.be has gained access to a portfolio of dice slots supplied by the global content provider. As a result of the agreement, a diverse palette of the company’s dice slots titles are currently available to the online casino players, including 50 Dice Treasures, Dice Woods, 40 Mega Dice, which have enhanced graphics for better interaction with players.

“We are delighted to have our content live with Supergame.be. We would like to welcome them to our growing customer base in Belgium and look forward to our excellent partnership by contributing to their amazing performance with our content offering,” Martin Ivanov, Businеss Development Manager at CT Gaming Interactive, said.

“CT Gaming Interactive is a well-respected supplier and we are happy to add their games portfolio, which we know will provide our players with entertaining gameplay. The great experience is what brings players to us, and it is our top priority to only provide games that meet their needs and expectations. We look forward to a valuable working relationship,” Henk Wolff, Marketing & communication manager at Supergame.be, said.

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Digitain Announces Launch of its New Game Keno Express

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Digitain has announced the launch of its new game, Keno Express.

Built in-house by Digitain’s own games development team, Keno Express is a great new addition to Digitain’s Fast Games portfolio. Keno Express offers customers a dynamic, fast-paced experience with a new game drawn and resolved every minute.

A wide range of opportunities are available to bet on, providing a great experience to entertain a wide range of players. Customers can win big by selecting the winning ball from 100 balls in each Keno Express game. Alternatively, they can opt to bet on over/under a particular number of their choice, or even bet on a particular range of numbers. Players can even bet on multiple selections in any game.

“Our partners asked us for a new-style Keno game – they spoke and we listened! Keno Express is a wonderful addition to our suite of Fast Games – dynamic, colourful and exciting – with a great choice of betting opportunities. For operators, it also offers them an excellent product to both attract and engage new and existing players,” Hayk Sargsyan, Digitain’s Head of Fast Games, said.

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