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Greentube-owned StarGames is preparing for German market entry

George Miller

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Greentube’s online gaming site StarGames, known in the industry as the first brand to offer the original Book of Ra™ title to online players in the German market, is set to apply for a nationwide licence in the country as new legislation comes into effect in July 2021.

The brand – now owned by Greentube Malta – has experience in the German market through its licensed operations in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein. In anticipation of the expansion in the newly regulated German online gaming market, the operator recently released a landing page, which allows those interested to stay up-to-date with the latest developments around the brand.

As part of the preparations to enter the German market, StarGames is taking all steps necessary to ensure that its offering is compliant with the latest Responsible Gaming guidelines and regulations introduced to promote social responsibility and to minimise gambling-related harm. These new regulations include a “reality check” functionality, five-seconds spin intervals, cooling-off periods, a monthly deposit limit, stake and time limits as well as a ban on autoplay and progressive jackpots.

“We’re very excited about being able to fully operate in the regulated German market, and for players across the whole of Germany to be able to enjoy the fresh StarGames”, said Trevor De Giorgio, Managing Director of Greentube Malta. “We proved before in Schleswig-Holstein that we have the games, the technology, the knowhow and the security to offer players transparent, safe, top-quality gaming. While the new regulations certainly bring with them new challenges, we’re looking forward to once again delivering the best product and entertainment possible.”

Greentube Malta Ltd. will continue operating the brand, as it is currently doing in Schleswig-Holstein, and is currently applying for a Malta Gaming Authority licence. The company will also apply for a German online gaming licence as soon as such an opportunity will be made available.

Laszlo Pados, Brand Manager at Greentube, added: “There’s still a long way to go until the German market opens next July, but we’re already working on a lot of exciting features to make sure that the new version of StarGames.de will be a true market leader in the eyes of our customers.”

StarGames has yet to announce an official launch date for the new website, but updates on the new project can be found on the landing page.

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Gaming Corps enters Croatia and partners with Supersport

Zoltan Tundik

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Swedish game developer Gaming Corps is partnering with Croatian operator Supersport for the distribution of casino games via direct integration. With the technical requirements in place, Gaming Corps is now able to enter the Croatian market.

Gaming Corps has entered into a partnership agreement with Croatian Supersport for the distribution of the Company’s casino slots, table games, and multiplier games via direct integration. Supersport is the market-leading operator in Croatia, offering online casino games and sports betting.

Croatia is a growing market with so much potential, and I can think of no better way to establish our presence there than partnering with the competent team at Supersport. I am confident that all of our games, and especially our upcoming iJect series of multiplier games, will do well in a young market like Croatia and on the reputable Supersport platform,” says Mats Lundin, Chief Commercial Officer, Gaming Corps.

Gaming Corps has an exciting portfolio that I think fits very well with our key demographic. I am also happy to be introducing Gaming Corps to the Croatian market and that they have recognized its potential. We are two modern companies in a fast-moving industry and I am sure that this partnership will prove to be mutually beneficial now and in the long term.” says Tugomil Cerovecki, Head of Casino, Supersport.

Croatia is a newly regulated market for iGaming which stipulates that game providers need to establish local server capacity for distribution towards operators. Gaming Corps has now secured this capacity and the Company is therefore ready to expand with further distribution deals in the coming period.

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Scientific Games to Provide WAVE Retailer Terminals to Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH

Niji Narayan

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Scientific Games Corporation has announced that Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH, the state lottery in Bremen, Germany is modernising the retail experience with a move to high-performance WAVE retailer terminals.

As part of a new deal with Bremer Toto-Lotto, Scientific Games will provide the new, advanced WAVE terminals along with the Company’s new SYMPHONY EDGE terminal software, cloud-based SYMPHONY terminal management system and software maintenance.

Scientific Games has supplied Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH with lottery technology for more than 25 years and currently provides the Lottery with its world-leading instant games, a digital lottery subscription programme and a central gaming system. The company is a supplier to all 16 lotteries in Germany.

“Moving to more advanced lottery terminals across our network brings us yet another step closer to modernizing the lottery experience with Scientific Games, our trusted, longtime technology provider. We are confident that this is a very positive move that will be well-received by our retailers,” Michael Barth, Managing Director of Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH, said.

“As our first SYMPHONY EDGE terminal software and SYMPHONY terminal management system customer in Germany, we applaud Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH on its innovative vision and leadership in Germany toward modernizing the lottery retail experience,” Matthias Müller, Managing Director Germany for Scientific Games, said.

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Betsson Signs Deal with Masterpiece Gaming

Niji Narayan

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Betsson Enters B2B Sportsbook and Platform B2B Agreement With Masterpiece Gaming
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Betsson has signed a B2B supply deal with Masterpiece Gaming Limited, a subsidiary of German media group ProSiebenSat.1.

 As per this multi-year agreement, Betsson will provide its in-house developed sportsbook and technology (Techsson) as well as customer support, odds, risk management and its Payment Platform (PAAS) to Masterpiece Gaming.

This agreement is in line with Betsson’s long-term growth strategy and confirms the company’s status as a global, in-demand supplier of B2B sportsbook and platform solutions.

“This deal proves that we have a competitive sportsbook product that is attractive and in demand by the market. Adding Masterpiece Gaming to our list of B2B sportsbook solution partners confirms our ambition to be a strong supplier on the B2B sportsbook market as part of our growth strategy. We are proud that Masterpiece Gaming has chosen us as a supplier,” Pontus Lindwall, CEO of Betsson AB, said.

The agreement is based on a performance based product fee and will run for two years, with an option of renewal.

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