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Take a trip a Down Under with Lightning Box’s Bondi Break

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Lightning Box will transport players to the golden sands of Australia in the latest addition to its game portfolio Bondi Break.

Set on the iconic Bondi Beach, the new title from the Sydney-based studio sees players ride the waves in order to surge to big wins, with reels made up of a mix of Australian, beach and surf-themed icons, while the Girl acts as the Wild.

As well as those eye-catching icons, Bondi Break contains three different lifeguard symbols, with the topless male lifeguard proving the most rewarding. A winning combination with him can boost a player’s winnings by up to 200x.

Lightning Box’s new game, which will be exclusive to Kindred from today before general release on 18th January, also features a Free Spins feature which takes place when the silhouetted surfer lands on reels 2, 3 and 4.

Peter Causley, CEO and co-founder of Lightning Box, said: “We’re hoping ‘surfs up’ in our new game, Bondi Break which we’re very excited to be releasing via Microgaming.

“Our latest release is a real Aussie crackerjack with a great feature and a rip-roaring Free Spins round, complete with a Surfer Collection which will have players waxing their boards in anticipation.”

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Cirsa Reports Net Loss of €254.6M for the Year 2020

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Cirsa has reported a net loss of €254.6m for its full-year 2020 as closures of land-based gaming outlets due to Covid-19 hit revenue.

Operating profit came in at €126m, down 73.3% from €842m in 2019. Operating revenue fell to €842m, down from €1.64bn in 2019. The fourth quarter saw operating revenue of €211m, down from €537.6m in the same period in 2019, and operating profit of €51m.

The year had begun with a strong start, with revenue up by 28% year-on-year in January and February before the Covid-19 pandemic hit land-based revenues from March onwards.

Bingo and casino operations were hit particularly hard during a year that saw the number of productive hours fall by 45% due to pandemic-related retail closures in different markets

However, Cirsa said it managed to mitigate the impact on revenue and recover its customer base through its “Secure Gaming” plan.

Slots also suffered but Cirsa said its subsidiary UNIDESA B2B’s Manhattan and Pharaoh’s Gold games had become the best performing slots in the market.

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BetConstruct Launches New Promo Campaign for Sportsbooks

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To broaden player appeal and expand operators’ reach, BetConstruct has launched “HomeWork,” a new promo campaign for Sportsbooks.

As a part of a player acquisition strategy meticulously developed for partners, BetConstruct creates a special assignment to be provided to players via sportsbook.

A very literal homework can be assigned to the bettors by an operator. With this additional player engagement channel also comes the configuration layout for operators to customise the assignments and track the results.

The tasks include, but are not limited to predicting the outcome of different markets like match result, goals total, handicap and so on. The participants are given 24 hours for a regular task and get a new one in case the previous has been annulled. Upon completing the homework and depending on the number of correct predictions, bettors receive rewards from the total prize pool of the promotion.

HomeWork is an excellent fit for forward-thinking partners who seek to provide extraordinary sportsbook experience alongside traditional well-loved betting. The new enhancement is set to contribute to the profits of any sportsbook businesses, creating an involving experience for the players and prolonging their sessions on operator’s website.

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CT Gaming Interactive introduces Lady Emerald

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CT Gaming Interactive released a new Asian-themed slot game as of 1st of March.

With simple and intuitive gameplay, the newest game Lady Emerald is ideal for all kinds of players. The beautiful Asian-inspired graphics of the game brings the charm of the East to the player’s fingertips in an instant.
Asia is a world full of ancient customs, arts, beautiful scenery, mystical women, and treasures. Lady Emerald has to offer all of it. The style is traditional and the payout mechanism is standard.

All winnings except the scatter payouts are paid from symbols on the paying line where the bet is placed, and the symbols must have adjacent positions on the line from left to right.

The maximum winning is 500xTotal bet. Three, four, or five Scatters in the form of the Yin and Yang symbol placed at random on the screen pay out the winnings. The shining emerald eyes of the Emerald Lady enchants when appearing as a Wild symbol.

Allow your players to fall under the spell of the Emerald Lady. They will be dazzled by the shimmering wins and the enthralling gameplay. 

Volatility: High

Reels: 5

Winning lines: 40

RTP: 95.45%

Top Award: 500

Bonuses and features:

– Wild
– Scatter

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