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Videoslots promotes Ulle Skottling to Deputy CEO

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Leading casino operator Videoslots.com has promoted Ulle Skottling to the position of Deputy Chief Executive Officer.

The Swede joined the online brand as Chief Operating Officer in September 2016 after a two-year spell at NetEnt, where he had risen to become Deputy Managing Director.

Skottling, who began his new role on March 1st, will now focus on building the company’s cooperate structure and organisation, in order to take it to the next level.

Videoslots Chief Executive Officer, Alexander Stevendahl, who founded the casino in 2011, said he was very pleased with the promotion.

He added: “Ulle has worked tirelessly to get Videoslots to where we are today and fully deserves his new title and position of authority.

“We now have the opportunity to grow the business, not only in terms of the huge range of games for which we have become famous, but into new regulated markets where we can entertain a new generation of players with those games.”

Skottling added: “It is a very exciting time to be at Videoslots and I am delighted to continue working closely with the senior management team to take the business on to bigger and better things. There is a lot more to come from Videoslots.”

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Holland Casino’s Gross Income Down 54% in 2020

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Holland Casino has reported a gross income of €333m for the full year 2020, a 54% decrease from the prior-year period.

The operator reported a loss before corporate tax of €80.7m, a 190% decline from 2019. Visitor numbers meanwhile were down 60% year-on-year to 2.5 million, largely due to government restrictions amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, with the firm’s 14 branches closed for the majority of 2020.

Throughout the year, the venues were completely closed for 143 days, open with restrictions for 151 days, and open without restrictions for 71 days. Average spend per visit did, however, increase by 14% year-on-year to €133.

“Despite the constantly changing circumstances and major challenges that this crisis year caused, I firmly believe that we will get through it well,” Erwin van Lambaart, CEO of Holland Casino, said.

“This is due to the resilience of our people, general government support measures, focus on cost control and a clear strategic investment vision for the future. Together, this has meant that we were always able to anticipate the consequences of this crisis.”

Looking to the future, the operator commented: “Holland Casino is a cyclical company and will therefore suffer from the expected economic recession. Nevertheless, the company is optimistic about the future. The restructuring means that everyone is in the right place, the organization is more efficient and agile, and there is a future-proof new structure that guarantees continuity.”

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Sazka Creates Allywn to Unify Entire UK Operations

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A new British corporate identity called Allywn has been created by Sazka Group to unify the group’s UK operations under a single brand.

Allywn has received the new transformational identity under the specialised agency which is based in London, North. This new brand identity would allow Sazka to take control over lottery brands across Europe.

Further Sazka is active in counties like the Czech Republic, Greece, Italy and Austria, where Allywn will incorporate Group’s activities.

Robert Chvátal, CEO of Sazka Group, said: “I’m extremely proud of our success across Europe and I’m hopeful of continuing this journey in the UK by supporting the creation of Allwyn for the UK market.”

“Since 2013, our track record has spoken for itself: huge sales growth, more people playing, billions back to governments for good causes, and a robust approach to player protection. Allwyn can bring the same sort of innovative thinking and success to the UK.”

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Red Tiger takes to the waves again with Pirates’ Plenty MegaWays™

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Seafaring slot sets sail in search of treasure

Award winning casino game and software provider Red Tiger has extended its swashbuckling line-up of ocean-going adventure games with Pirates’ Plenty MegaWays™.

As the third in a highly successful series of voyages, following Pirates’ Plenty – The Sunken Treasure and Pirates’ Plenty – Battle for Gold, the new game is set to attract old and new fans alike with the addition of the hugely popular MegaWays™ mechanic.

Players are invited to join Lady Anne Wild and her crew as they chart a course for wins of up to 10,000x. Buccaneering symbols including the skull and crossbones, pirate hat, cannon, pistols, and a bottle of rum feature on the reels, while a high energy soundtrack completes the maritime theme.

The object of adventure is to sail the pirate ship across the map above the reels by plundering symbols during the passage. Reaching the other side unlocks the Wild Ways, offering the maximum 200,704 MegaWays™ to win.

There’s also the Lady Anne expanding wild, with up to 8x multiplier, who appears at the top of the slot once the Wild ways have been unlocked, and the Wild Monkey, who can appear at any time to remove all low-paying symbols.

Todd Haushalter, Chief Product Officer at Evolution, said: “Pirates’ Plenty has been hugely popular with players over the last year and we’re sure the addition of MegaWays™ to this latest title will further build on the success of this game series.

“The combination of a proven mechanic with a popular game series is an irresistible one and we’re excited for Pirates’ Plenty MegaWays™ to be live!”

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