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Howzat! Authentic Gaming launches Cricket Roulette Live with Betway


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Exclusive live roulette title will allow operator to leverage the huge interest in the Indian Premier League which got underway last week

Authentic Gaming is hitting for six after launching Cricket Live Roulette exclusively with Betway just in time for the start of the Indian Premier League season.

Cricket Live Roulette is a one-off, dedicated-environment table only available to players at Betway. It is the first cricket-themed live casino title in the world and has been developed for fans of the sport.

The table is set against the backdrop of a live scoreboard where players can keep up to date with all of the action and scores from the Indian Premier League and other cricket leagues and tournaments.

This means players can kill two birds with one stone; they can stay on top of the latest scores while also enjoying a few rounds of live roulette and all from their smartphone or tablet.

Authentic Gaming also has a series of upgrades and enhancements planned for the table over the coming months so that returning players will have something new to enjoy.

Cricket Live Roulette is the latest operator exclusive live environment from Authentic Gaming, which sees the provider work closely with an operator to design, develop and launch bespoke games.

For Betway, Cricket Live Roulette presents an incredible opportunity to acquire roulette players that are also fans of cricket, while also strengthening its impressive live dealer offering.

Magdalena Podhorska, Chief Commercial Officer at Authentic Gaming, said: “We are dedicated to deepening our relationships with our operator partners, and our operator exclusive live environments are a great way of doing this.

“We have worked incredibly closely with the Betway team to create a dedicated table environment that will meet the requirements of the operator’s players and deliver a fun and thrilling experience.

“The Indian Premier League is a major sport event followed by millions of people around the world, and with Cricket Live Roulette Betway has the perfect, bespoke product to leverage this interest.”

Paul Adkins, Marketing and Operations Director at Betway, said: “We are committed to growing our live casino game portfolio with quality content, and Cricket Live Roulette demonstrates this perfectly.

“Authentic Gaming has understood our vision and requirements for the game and delivered a product that has surpassed all expectations and will undoubtedly be a big hit with our players.

“The IPL has become one of the most popular sports tournaments in the world and we have a product that captures the fun and excitement it delivers, combined with the thrill of live roulette.”

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Slotegrator doubled its total bet in 2022

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The year 2022 was hard, but it was also a breakthrough year for Slotegrator. The company’s provider’s network grew to 100 partners, its total bet increased by half, demand for its innovative products (including newly released ones) remained high.

First among the company’s achievements was the new turnkey casino platform, which featured a number of updated modules and other benefits that help customers run their businesses more effectively — features they greatly appreciated.

Slotegrator’s partner network hit a benchmark 100 game providers in 2022, including innovative, boundary-pushing developers like Onlyplay, Slotmill, Spribe, JetGames, Fazi, Felix Gaming, Poker Games Soft, Superlotto, Lucky Elephant Gaming, HoGaming, Kajot Games, Turbo Games, eBET, 3 Oaks Gaming, Hölle Games, Macaw Gaming, Swint, Fugaso, Boldplay, among others.

In all, the total number of games was raised to 17,249 (including slots, live dealer games, virtual games, etc.), and the number of new customers’ projects exceeded 100.

Slotegrator also strengthened its market position. In the company’s target regions, the total bet increased significantly: by 3780% in the Balkans, by 303% in Southeast Asia, by 175% in South Asia, and by 173% in Latin America. And in regions where the company has long had a strong position, there was also growth: 120% in Africa, 70% in Western Europe, 60% in Central and Eastern Europe, and 25% in the CIS.

“Relying on analytical data, we have confidently built a development strategy for 2023 and are preparing to introduce a number of innovative products to the market,” emphasizes Yana Khaidukova, Managing Director of Slotegrator.  “We will present some of them at ICE 2023 in February.”

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Sporting Index becomes first bookmaker to tackle rugby union Player Performance market

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For the first time in the history of betting on rugby union Sporting Index are offering a Player Performance market ahead of the 2023 Six Nations championship.

Player Performance points will be awarded and subtracted across a number of criteria, from receiving 10 points for a try assist to minus 10 points for a red card. Four Player Performance points will be racked up for any individual points scored in the game, so a try, for example, will see the player dotting down under the sticks rewarded with 20 points (4×5).

Punters will have to decide whether to buy or sell a player’s predicted make-up depending on if they think that player will exceed or fall short of the firm’s expectations.

In England’s opener against Scotland, Owen Farrell’s Player Performance spread, for example is priced at 58-61. So, punters thinking he’ll have a stormer and rack up points should buy, while those who think he’ll struggle to tick the Player Performance boxes can sell.

Sporting Index’s other spreads on the Six Nations predict there will be a total of 686 points scored in the tournament, including 80 tries, while the firm expect there to be 16 players sent to the sin bin.

Neville Burdock, Head of Sportsbook at Sporting Index, said: “For a long time punters have enjoyed betting on player performance markets in football, so we’re excited to take the next step and make that available on rugby union, particularly with the Six Nations kicking off this weekend.

“To be the first bookmaker out with this is a credit to our traders who work tirelessly to crunch the numbers, and we look forward to seeing the uptake from punters over the course of what is a massive 2023 for rugby union.

“With player performance points awarded for the likes of try assists, metres run, line breaks, tackles and points scored, and then subtracted for missed tackles, sin bins and red cards, punters will need to decide whether we’ve gone too high or low on each player’s spread.”

Sporting Index:

Player Performance points system:

10 points per try assist

5 points per line break

4 points per point scored

1 point per 10 metres run (rounded down to nearest 10)

-1 point per missed tackle

-5 points per yellow card

-10 points per red card

England v Scotland Player Performances:

Player Sell Buy
Freddie Steward 22 24
Owen Farrell 58 61
Ollie Hassell-Collins 31 34
Alex Dombrandt 27 29
Lewis Ludlam 18 20
Stuart Hogg 22 24
Duhan van der Merwe 22 24
Sione Tuipulotu 20 22
Finn Russell 57 60
Jamie Ritchie 22 24

Selected Six Nations Totals:

Total Points 686
Total Points 686
Total Tries 80
Total Try Minutes 3555
Home Nations Total Points 466
Home Nations Total Tries 54
Highest Scoring Match 65
Lowest Scoring Match 20
Total Yellow Cards 16
Total Red Cards 2

 

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ESG Gaming to debut tech inequality documentary film at ICE Esports Arena

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The Esports Arena at ICE London will celebrate a first on Wednesday 8th February when it hosts the premiere of Ironclad; a short documentary style film produced by ESG Gaming.

Shot on location in Dundee, Salford and across London the film explores the issue and impact of digital and tech inequality on the space, seen through the lived experience of players and the broader esports community. Ironclad features interviews with the likes of KingJae, the David Beckham co-owned Guild Esports, Dundee & Angus College, EXCEL Esports, and Esports Youth Club amongst others.

Ironclad producer Sam Cooke, who co-founded Esports Insider and the WFH League, stated: “Digital and tech inequality in esports represent serious issues which actually discriminate against huge swathes of the population and limit accessibility at an entry level.

“The purpose of Ironclad is to provide an opportunity for some of those in the space to share their stories and their lived experience in order to drive awareness of these key issues and to, hopefully, serve as a catalyst for change. The general consensus amongst those interviewed was that more can be done, and that accessible bricks and mortar gaming facilities are one part of this puzzle.”

Lee Willows, founder of ESG Gaming added: “Raising awareness around digital and tech inequality, player protection and inclusivity are central themes for ESG Gaming. I am incredibly grateful to Invest in Film, Lionscreed and Esports Insider who have bought the community together to contribute their unique insight, experience and knowledge to our short, documentary style film. Ironclad is the first of several short films from ESG, which will seek to raise awareness and seek to improve access and inclusivity.

“I would also like to thank the team at Clarion Gaming for firstly having the vision to establish the Esports Arena in the first place but also for supporting what we are trying to achieve at ESG Gaming and for providing us with a superb event at which to launch Ironclad.”

A subsequent screening of Ironclad is scheduled to take place at ESI Next Gen, an event focused on uniting leaders across education, video games and esports, at the University of Warwick across 22nd-23rd March.

Incorporated in August 2021, ESG Gaming is a regulated, not-for-profit Community Interest Company. The ESG mission is to ensure that consumers worldwide possess the skills, knowledge, resilience and tools to engage with digital entertainment in a safe, responsible, positive and inclusive manner. ESG Gaming develops, delivers, and evaluates educational products and commissions research which have a focus on digital and tech inequality, player protection and inclusivity within gaming and esports.

ICE London, 7th – 9th February, ExCeL London, is the biggest b2b gambling industry event in the world and features games creators, distributors, operators, retailers, innovators, trade associations, strategic bodies and regulators – representing every gaming vertical.

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