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Spin your luck in Tom Horn Gaming’s new game Wheel of Luck. Hold&Win

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The 3×5, medium/high volatility video slot invites players to experience the delights of the high life whilst promising an unforgettable player experience full of excitement and big wins.

Aside from the great theme and beautiful visuals accompanied by relaxing lounge soundtrack, the game offers a lot in terms of gameplay, bonus games and payouts.

The game features free spins, Hold&Win respin and the ultimate bonus round – Wheel of Luck.

Ten retriggerable free spins are launched by three Scatters. Should five Wheel symbols land on the reels during this mode, then players get to play Hold&Win respin, in which Cash and Wheel symbols steal the show.

When appearing on the reels, Cash symbols remain fixed on the reels for the duration of free spins and reset the spin count to three. The suspense builds with every Wheel symbol landing on the grid as they are the ones to watch out for to get to spin the Wheel of Luck.

After securing three Wheels, players have one chance to spin the wheel. Its three levels take this bonus game up the notch, with each ring on the wheel presenting players with higher winnings. When reaching the top level, players can maximise their winnings by a whopping 1000x their bet.

“We constantly look for ways to enhance our content offering. In 2021 we plan to deliver more fun and a variety of slots with thrilling features to engage and excite players in different markets. Wheel of Luck. Hold&Win is the first in line of many unique titles we have in the pipeline. We’re positive the game’s features, dynamic gameplay and well-known theme will resonate with players, keeping them entertained and immersed throughout the game,“ said Ondrej LapidesCEO at Tom Horn Gaming.

Players can enjoy Wheel of Luck. Hold&Win from 1st of March.

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Dutch Gambling Regulator Receives 28 iGaming Licence Applications

Niji Narayan

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The Dutch gambling regulator (KSA) has received 28 applications for a license to be able to offer online games of chance in the Netherlands.

The market for online games of chance will open on October 1. The companies that meet all the conditions will receive a license. Among other things, it is assessed whether an applicant has an adequate policy to prevent gambling addiction, is a healthy company that handles player balances responsibly.

René Jansen, chairman of the board of the KSA, is satisfied with the provisional number of applications.

“The intention of the law is to channel players from illegal providers to legally reliable providers. With this number of applications, I am confident that there will soon be a sufficiently attractive and varied offer to achieve this objective,” René Jansen said.

A permit application will only be processed once the fee of 48,000 euros has been paid – that is the case with the 28 applications. A provider who succeeds in obtaining a license can use it to offer games of chance via various websites.

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Entain’s Net Gaming Revenue Down 13% in Q1 2021

Niji Narayan

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Entain’s Net Gaming Revenue Down 13% in Q1 2021
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Entain has reported a drop in net gaming revenue (NGR) for Q1 2021. The decline in NGR is mainly due to the closure of its retail venues during the period as a result of novel coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions.

The FTSE 100 company, which owns the Ladbrokes and Coral brands, said total net gaming revenue fell 13%, even as online revenue leapt by a third.

The group said it is looking forward to a return to more normal business as betting shops in parts of the country reopened last week.

“There are competing leisure activities, with restaurants and cinemas opening up,” Chief Financial Officer Rob Wood said.

Underscoring the shift in betting habits, Grand National, which took place on April 10, was Britain’s biggest ever online sports betting event as punters turned to mobile apps to bet on one of the world’s most famous horse racing events.

“It is a real shame that shops couldn’t be open for it. It typically attracts customers who don’t necessarily have an online gambling app on the phone,” Wood said.

Hargreaves Lansdown analyst Laura Hoy said that while the surge in internet gambling might wane eventually, “we expect that some customers will have shifted online permanently.”

Entain, which rebuffed a takeover approach from its U.S. joint venture partner MGM earlier this year, last month kept its dividend suspended despite a profit jump, citing the pandemic.

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Entain Launches Employee Share Ownership Plan

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Entain, the leading global sports betting and gaming entertainment group, has launched a share ownership plan for over 22,500 employees. The group-wide plan will allow employees in the UK and abroad to profit from the growth of Entain’s global business.

Around 22,500 employees at all levels of the business can now apply to join Entain’s ShareSave plan. In the UK, where Entain has 2885 Ladbrokes and Coral shops, almost 14,000 retail workers can apply for the plan. By starting monthly contributions at just £5 or more, Entain hopes to put share ownership within reach of everyone, including people across its international operations.

Entain said ShareSave will initially be offered to colleagues working in countries representing around 99% of its workforce, also including the Philippines, India and Bulgaria. The company said it had initially placed a £100 monthly cap on contributions to reflect the truly global nature of its business and currency differences across the workforce, with the aim of maximising the appeal to all colleagues.

“Entain has been one of the highest performing companies in the FTSE-100 over the past year, which is the result of hard work and efforts from teams across our international business. Building a strong customer-centric culture where everyone contributes and shares in our continuing success is really important, so this plan is designed to be attractive and accessible to all,” Jette Nygaard-Andersen, Chief Executive of Entain, said.

Under the terms of the ShareSave plan, colleagues can choose to save a monthly sum from £5 to £100 over three years. At the end of this period, they will have the opportunity to buy shares in Entain for 20% less than their market value at the start of the invitation period, which they can sell for a potential profit. Alternatively, they can retain the stock as shareholders in the company, or simply take their savings back.

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