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Online gambling operator enhances onboarding and Responsible Gambling processes with RegTech platform

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TruNarrative has partnered with operator, SlotsMillion to enhance their overall onboarding, compliance and safer gambling processes, as part of their commitment to deliver a safe, secure and responsible gaming environment for their players.

TruNarrative’s platform enables operators to orchestrate know your customer (KYC), anti-money laundering (AML), Behavioural Monitoring, Document Verification, Fraud Detection, Credit & Affordability checking processes through a single API and intuitive user interface.

The TruNarrative platform is currently trusted by established gaming operators and financial services organisations to safely, quickly, and compliantly onboard, process and manage their customers without friction.

SlotsMillion was started by casino industry veterans, and has always been at the forefront of new developments, being one of the first to embrace Virtual Reality in 2015.

SlotsMillion offers casino experiences across multiple device types including laptop, tablet or smartphone to players worldwide through their UKGC, MGA and Swedish licences.

Following recently published guidance from the UKGC around affordability and player protection, SlotsMillion went to market for a solution to deliver affordability assessments for UK players whilst providing a low-friction onboarding experience.

The partnership enables SlotsMillion to perform identity, document, politically exposed persons (PEPs) & sanctions checks through the TruNarrative platform.

Additionally, SlotsMillion will be able to utilise affordability assessments to gain insight into a player’s ability to meet their requested deposit/staking levels in real time without requiring them to manually upload excessive documentation.

Within the TruNarrative interface, SlotsMillion will also have access to a full case management system for manual review, referrals and a comprehensive audit trail for instant recall of all data for regulatory purposes.

Using the TruNarrative no-code platform, SlotsMillion can quickly adapt its onboarding and monitoring strategies without the need for technical resources. This will allow the operator to be agile in ensuring compliance with future changes to regulation and guidance.

The partnership builds on TruNarrative’s previous success in the gaming space and delivers SlotsMillion a tried and trusted compliance solution.

 

Elisabeth Isaksson – Compliance Director at SlotsMillion, said:

“With constantly increasing regulatory demands, compliance and player protection are key to sustainable growth and success. At SlotsMillion we have always put the customer first, and understand that verification and Responsible Gambling processes need to be combined with an enjoyable customer journey.

We are excited to bring in TruNarrative to further automate and strengthen the processes we already have in place. TruNarrative’s KYC and affordability solution offers a low-friction customer journey, great flexibility and ensures we can maintain a high degree of security whilst being able to adapt to new regulatory demands going forward.”

“We are excited to be working with SlotsMillion, and look forward to supporting them as they continue to grow.” said Adam Doyle, Head of Gaming at TruNarrative. “Using our platform and affordability solution, SlotsMillion can gain more insight into a player, helping them to make informed Responsible Gambling decisions.”

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WorldMatch enters Georgia with 170 slots

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WorldMatch is very pleased to announce an important step forward in the CIS region expansion.

All of WorldMatch’s games have been declared aligned with the “Georgia Ministry of Finance, Requirements for Online Gaming Systems, Order no 243 as of 1 October 2020“.

WorldMatch’s entire game offer is equipped with captivating in-play animations, hi-quality sound effects and great special features. All the games are available in desktop and mobile portrait version.

The wide selection is one of World Match’s key points, there’s a huge variety of games and every Georgian player will be able to find what best suits him.

Georgia joins the regulated markets where WorldMatch already distributes its games to the best operators, these markets are:

  • Italy;
  • Spain;
  • Portugal;
  • Colombia;
  • Belarus;
  • Bulgaria;
  • UK;
  • Belgium.

“We are glad to announce that WorldMatch can now offer Georgian players a truly great gambling experience on a top technology platform in a safe and secure environment. We’re sure these are just our first steps in the CIS markets and are looking forward to our next ones.” Comments Andrea Boratto, CEO of WorldMatch.

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Opera GX blasts off with Operius, the new arcade space shooter to play in the browser when your WiFi is gone

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No WiFi? No problem! Created in GameMaker Studio 2, Operius has won the Game Jam to become the Opera GX Browser’s first offline mode game and is playable starting now

We’ve all experienced the unexplainable horror of having to deal with some flakey internet connections. In those moments where the WiFi is gone, Operius will help take your mind off your frustration with its fast-paced arcade gameplay. Created in the game creation suite GameMaker Studio 2, Operius is playable in the Opera GX browser today. The game will appear whenever your network crashes. Those with a stable connection who really want to try Operius, can simply type opera://operius in Opera GX’s address bar.

Designed by Mors, Operius is set in a world where all of the world’s computers simultaneously lose their connection to the internet, with a strange UFO that is hovering in the sky appearing to be the cause of the outage. The only way to restore the planet’s internet is to navigate through the inner workings of the UFO and take it down from the inside, a task that involves shooting hordes of alien invaders and dodging obstacles to advance to the next level.

In July, Opera GX launched its “No Internet” Game Jam to find the game that would keep its audience of more than 10 million gamers entertained whenever they lose their connection. With more than 900 entries, all created in GameMaker Studio 2, the competition was ferocious. But one game, Operius, elevated itself above the rest and emerged triumphant after topping the public polls that saw eight hand-picked games garner over 100,000 votes from the Opera GX and GameMaker communities.

Operius features razor-sharp, retro-inspired vector graphics which pay homage to the great space-based arcade shooters of the eighties with a pulsating high-adrenaline soundtrack written by Catonator. Being offline doesn’t mean you can’t play together: Operius features an offline two player mode: all you need to do is share your keyboard with another person and enter the two player mode.

‘We believe gamers deserve a better game than jumping dinosaurs or surfers. That’s why we started the Opera GX game jam and found Operius. Operius is a highly addictive ultimate offline game to rule them all,” said Maciej Kocemba, Head of Opera GX.

“With Operius, I wanted to make a fun arcade-inspired shooter to take the players’ minds off being offline and perhaps even make them forget they were supposed to get back online in the first place,” said Mors.

‘In creating the shortlist, we were looking for a game that’s fun to play, looks and sounds fun and, most importantly, that you want to play over and over again,’ added Kocemba.

Alongside becoming the new offline game in Opera GX and saving many a gamer from what is otherwise an incredibly frustrating experience, Operius developer Mors, also receives a $10k cash prize. Two runners up Aliens Stole My WiFi and Nettie & Settie Save the Internet also each receive cash prizes of $7k and $3k respectively.

Luckily, users won’t have to rip out their router to play Operius, as it is available to play when you don’t have connection issues in GXC. GXC is Opera’s upcoming self-publishing platform and will allow indie game makers to publish their GameMaker Studio creations directly to the platform and for free – for other users to enjoy and give instant feedback. Operius, as well as Aliens Stole My WiFi and Nettie & Settie Save the Internet will be available in GXC.

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Flutter Entertainment opens new £15m technology and innovation hub in Leeds

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Flutter Entertainment’s new £15m UK technology and innovation hub in Leeds is now officially open to colleagues from across its UK and Ireland and International divisions.

Designed by MEPC, the state-of-the-art workspace is home to 1700 colleagues and comprises 136,000 sq. ft of flexible space across eight floors at 4 Wellington Place in Leeds Dock – a thriving community for the media, technology, and creative industries. It has been built to the highest environmental standard, achieving a BREEAM Excellent rating on completion and includes a range of accessibility and sustainable features, meeting the WELL building standard, which aims to make the work environment healthier for colleagues.

The hub will act as a centre of excellence in technology and innovation for Flutter brands operating in the UK and Ireland, helping to drive innovation across the Group through the development of industry-leading digital products for consumers across the world, while providing highly-skilled jobs and a sizeable local investment in Leeds and the surrounding Yorkshire region.

The new site will be home to more than 800 technology professionals working in key functions such as its Global Sports Trading Platform, Digital Infrastructure, Platform Services, and Information Security. It will also include several unique attributes, including:

 

  • Seventh and eight floors dedicated solely for social activities between teams;
  • IT ‘vending machines’ for certain equipment to free up resource and time for IT colleagues;
  • £1m investment in VC and AV equipment to promote inclusive meetings between those working remotely and in the office;
  • Six electric car charging points in the basement;
  • And break-out furniture items all made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles.

 

The hub will continue to promote SBG’s ‘Skills Academy’, which offers selected graduates a fully funded MSc in Digital and Technology Solutions from Sheffield Hallam University while they gain in-house experience working with technology teams across the business. To better represent the communities it operates in, SBG has also launched a self-funded version of the government’s Kickstart scheme, creating 13 new roles for young people at risk of long-term unemployment. These are spread across business areas and functions including marketing, finance, people, tech and design.

Conor Grant, CEO of Flutter Entertainment UK and Ireland commented: “Our new office in Leeds is our vision for the future of working and we are excited to welcome our colleagues to this modern, agile and flexible workspace. The entire Flutter Group has benefited greatly from the leading technology capabilities we have developed in Leeds through our talented and highly skilled workforce, and this investment demonstrates our ongoing commitment to both the city and our colleagues. We will also continue to be a positive force in the communities we serve, with our Skills Academy and Kickstart scheme offering exciting opportunities for young people to develop their skills.”

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