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Invitation to our next free webinar: What is Hipther and what are our plans for 2021?

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Co-founder of Hipther Agency to share the vision about 2021 and the opportunities that lay ahead

On 21 October (Wednesday) at 4 PM CEST | 3 PM BST | 10 AM EDT, Zoltán Tűndik (Co-Founder at HIPTHER Agency) will join Jaka Repanšek (Media and Gaming Expert, Partner at Hipther Agency) for an exciting talk about the future of conferences and how the agency is adapting its event portfolio and strategy in 2021 to the current needs, expansions, and the heavy focus on the growth of a unique networking platform.

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Guest speaker: Zoltán Tűndik
(Co-Founder at HIPTHER Agency)

Zoltán is a self-taught publisher and events organizer who has developed several brands and services that have increased the notoriety of his company within a multi-billion euro industry.

Among the developed brands and services you can find online news portals, a tri-annually printed magazine, an online radio, and regulatory briefing conferences that are annually organized in Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Riga, Tallin, Milan, Athens, Vilnius, and Ljubljana.

All the events organized by his company also focus on bringing a wealth of information about the latest innovation in several industries such as Entertainment, Technology, Gaming and Gambling, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Fintech, Quantum Technology, Legal Cannabis, Health and Lifestyle, VR/AR, eSports and many more.

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Host/Moderator – Jaka Repanšek (Media and Gaming Expert, Partner at Hipther Agency) has worked for various TIME (Telecom, Internet, Media, Entertainment) companies since 1996. He is recognized as one of the leading experts on gaming, media, and digital law in Slovenia. Jaka graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and gained his graduate degree from Cambridge University in England and Faculty of Law in Ljubljana (Diploma in European Community Law) and completed two-year MBA graduate studies at the University of Kansas in the USA. Jaka is an active member of IMGL (Slovenia) and a member of several other domestic and international organizations and is active also as a lecturer in various seminars and conferences.

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The session is free to join and will be highly interactive with a special Q&A session. Register to join and received the notifications about when we go live!

You will receive a reminder with the webinar link 24 hours and 1 hour before the webinar.

Interested in becoming a speaker or sponsoring? Contact Andrada Marginean to find out more.

We look forward to welcoming you to our webinar!

Central Europe

ZEAL Network Reports Good Start to 2021

Niji Narayan

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German online lottery products provider ZEAL Network SE has reported a good start to 2021, with the company increasing its revenue, profitability and achieving a strong gross margin.

In the first quarter of 2021, billings rose by 17% to EUR 163.31 million (2020: EUR 140.0 million), of which the Germany segment accounted for almost the entire amount at EUR 163.3 million (2020: EUR 139.7 million). Revenue increased by as much as 19% to EUR 22.6 million (2020: EUR 19.0 million), of which EUR 21.1 million was attributable to the Germany segment (2020: EUR 17.0 million). At 12.7%, the gross margin in the Germany segment was above the prior-year level (2020: 12.1%).

During the fiscal period, the Company gained 156 thousand new registered customers in the Germany segment (2020: 206 thousand). Adjusted EBITDA rose to EUR 4.6 million (2020: EUR 2.8 million) – there were no non-recurring expenses or income. The Germany segment accounted for EUR 4.1 million of this amount (2020: EUR 1.9 million). EBIT and net profit of EUR 2.4 million and EUR 2.5 million, respectively, were also well above the prior-year figures (2020: EUR 0.0 million and EUR 0.1 million, respectively).

“We are pleased that, following the LOTTO24 takeover, the business model change and the organisational adjustments, we will again be able to publish truly comparable figures in the current and previous reporting periods with the first quarter of 2021. In addition, we already demonstrated in the past year that we are capable of exploiting market opportunities, adapting to dynamic environments and continuously fine-tuning our business model. We are consistently continuing along this path,” Jonas Mattsson, CFO of ZEAL Network SE, said.

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Alanyaspor to Launch Fan Token on Socios.com

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Turkish Süper Lig side Alanyaspor, in partnership with blockchain providers for the sports and entertainment industry Chiliz, have announced plans to launch $ALA Fan Token on fan engagement and rewards platform Socios.com in the coming months.

Alanyaspor finished fifth in last season’s Süper Lig and were also runners-up in the Turkish Cup. The club is currently in the fifth position in this season’s table. $ALA Fan Tokens are collectible digital assets, minted on the Chiliz blockchain, that provide owners with access to voting rights in polls, VIP rewards, exclusive club and sponsor promotions, AR-enabled features, chat forums, games and competitions on Chiliz’ fan engagement and rewards mobile app Socios.com.

The Alanya-based side will become the fifth Turkish club to launch a Fan Token, joining Galatasaray, Trabzonspor, İstanbul Başakşehir and Göztepe on the Socios.com roster. The announcement takes the total number of partners in the Socios.com network up to 28.

Hasan Çavuşoğlu, President of Alanyaspor, said: “We are pleased with this agreement that will bring our club, which we want to move forward day by day, into the digital world with the active participation of our fans.

“With the $ALA Fan Token, our fans will have a significant impact on club decisions and benefit from the multiple interaction and reward opportunities available on Socios.com.

“We are extremely excited for our Fan Token launch and are looking forward to great interest from our fans. We are proud to have Aytemiz Alanyaspor join the Socios.com family, which includes the world’s leading clubs, and make our club stronger in the global digital arena.”

Alexandre Dreyfus, Founder and CEO of Chiliz and Socios.com, said: “This latest announcement means that almost a quarter of all Süper Lig clubs have now partnered with Socios.com to launch Fan Tokens.

“The biggest clubs in Turkey – and throughout the world – are using Fan Tokens and Socios.com to increase engagement with their global fanbases.

“Our vision is to evolve passive fans into active fans and it’s very fitting that this evolution is currently happening faster in Turkey, where the passion of supporters is so high, than anywhere else.”

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YoYo Games launches Little Town, an interactive game-making tutorial, that teaches students game design with GameMaker Studio 2

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YoYo Games launches Little Town, an interactive game-making tutorial, that teaches students game design with GameMaker Studio 2
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  • Little Town provides an introduction to the principles of game development using GameMaker to college and university students. By building a game to control a child in an idyllic small town, players learn how to design games and develop key coding skills

  • The interactive game-building tutorial provides a robust framework for educators with teaching guidelines and assessment criteria with which colleges and universities can effectively start teaching game design to their students.

YoYo Games today announced the launch of Little Town – a major new game-making tutorial which teaches students and hobbyists game development with GameMaker Studio 2, the world’s leading 2D game development engine.

Developed in collaboration with award-winning game developer and university lecturer, Benjamin Rivers, Little Town has been designed to help new game designers quickly learn the core functionality of GameMaker Studio 2 in a natural, fun way.

Little Town is an adventure game in which players control a child in an idyllic small town. By following clues players must find the right items and bring them to one of the town’s three characters – the Baker, Teacher and Grocer.

The tutorial enables students, hobbyists and new game designers to create their own layout for Little Town and use code to bring it and its people to life. Users will also be able to choose where to hide each item, as well as writing their own hints and dialogue.

With over eight hours of video tutorials as well as a wealth of supporting materials, Little Town provides a robust framework for educators with teaching guidelines and assessment criteria with which colleges and universities can effectively start teaching game design to their students.

The Little Town tutorial teaches many core skills from creating vibrant animations using GameMaker’s powerful Sequences tool to controlling sprites, sounds and laying-out the playing area  – providing the perfect introduction to GameMaker Studio 2 and the fundamental principles of game design.

Stuart Poole, General Manager, YoYo Games, said: “We’re extremely pleased to release Little Town, our most comprehensive GameMaker tutorial to date and the first in a series of high-quality tutorials which are currently under development.

Poole continued: “While we’re constantly striving to make GameMaker as easy to use and accessible as possible, quality tutorials like Little Town are essential as they provide a practical framework to enable users to quickly get up-to-speed with the core functionality of GameMaker so they can start making their own amazing games.”

Benjamin Rivers, Little Town’s creator, added: “While Little Town is perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to understand the basics of game making, the tutorial has been developed specifically to support students in higher education who are learning game design”.

The tutorial features six sections and has been designed to allow for both synchronous and asynchronous participation for in-class and remote learning.

“Little Town has been structured to encourage self-driven learning and experimentation, which we hope will inspire a new generation of game developers,” added Rivers

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