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Play’n GO awaken Akh as the Dead Series continues

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Fans of the Dead Series are in for a treat with Play’n GO’s latest release, Ghost of Dead.

Ghost of Dead introduces us to the living spirit, Akh. Ancient Egyptians believed that, in death, vitality and soul combine to create Akh, who can take on any form and is free to roam the world. Now, Pharoah Unas’s spirit has been resurrected. Unas uses his new-found magic to guide worthy mortals to his hidden treasure.

Players of the Dead Series will see familiarities throughout the game. Ghost of Dead is a classic 5×3 slot; the expanding symbol seen in previous games takes its place here too. This is a game with huge potential as players can win up to x10000 their bet.

Visually symbols ring true to previous games, motifs associated with Ancient Egypt; we’re talking scarab beetles, Canopus, snakes and ankhs. Radiating opulence, the use of gold and a regal colour palette of green, purple, and navy is carried throughout the series.

With the success of the Dead Series, Head of Games Charlotte Miliziano explains why it’s important to innovate and maintain consistency within all Play’n GO’s popular series:

“With titles in the Dead Series, players already have an idea of what the game should look like and how it will play.

It’s a balance of innovating to keep players engaged, but familiarity and consistency are key in creating a reliable series of games that players can depend on.”

Aside from the Dead Series, Play’n GO’s Ancient Egypt themed games – think the Wilde series and Golden Osiris, for example – provide a solid foundation for games. Why? Ruthless pharaohs and merciless gods create fruitful narratives for future games.

It’s safe to say that The Dead Series will maintain its popularity over time, and Ghost of Dead, like its sister games, will be one that players will want to play again and again.

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GGPoker’s $7.25M-Guaranteed GGSOP To Launch October 23

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Ultra-affordable tournament series will include feature events with buy-ins from $2.50

GGPoker today announces that the next iteration of its ever-popular GGSOP online tournament series will run from October 23 through November 7, with certain Day 1 flights already underway.

GGSOP guarantees at least $7.25M in cash prizes across 54 events, with buy-ins ranging from $2.50 to $150. The GGSOP schedule closely mirrors that of the recently-hosted WSOP Online 2021, with buy-ins set at a fraction of those of that enormously popular series.

GGSOP headline events include:

  • $5 The Return NLH – $5 buy-in – October 23 [Final Day] – $100K guarantee

  • FLIP Ladies Championship – $25 buy-in – October 24 – $100K guarantee

  • $50 GGSOP MILLION$, $1M GTD – $50 buy-in – October 24, 31 & November 7 [Final Days] – Day 1s from Oct 17

  • $15 MILLIONAIRE MAKER Jr – $15 buy-in – October 30 [Final Day] – $250K guarantee (at least $50K for winner)

  • $50 GGSOP MAIN EVENT – $50 buy-in – November 6 – $200K guarantee

 

“GGSOP is a tournament series designed for every kind of poker player, with affordable buy-ins and lots of events to choose from,” said Paul Burke, Head of PR at GGPoker. “With millions in cash prizes up for grabs, we know GGPoker players will relish the chance to take down a GGSOP title!”

New GGPoker players are eligible to claim the poker room’s Welcome Bonus, earn even more rewards with the Honeymoon for Newcomers promotion and automatically join GGPoker’s Fish Buffet loyalty program, with regular cash prizes on offer.

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Holland Casino live with Bragg Gaming Group’s ORYX Hub iGaming content

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Dutch state-owned casino live online with ORYX’s exclusive content as well as its casino gaming aggregator product in the newly regulated iGaming jurisdiction of the Netherlands

ORYX Gaming, a Bragg Gaming Group company, is live with Holland Casino in the Netherlands after the operator was awarded one of the first ten licences announced by the Dutch regulator.

Holland Casino has been operating land-based casinos in the Netherlands since 1976, and runs 14 properties across the country. An instantly recognisable brand in the region, it is fully owned by the Dutch state and employs around 3,500 people.

To supply Holland Casino’s brand-new online offering, ORYX completed an integration with the Playtech Marketplace™ Platform, the operator’s iGaming technology partner.

Holland Casino’s new online players will now be able to access ORYX-exclusive titles from GAMOMAT and Peter & Sons, as well as from ORYX’s in-house studio. Furthermore, ORYX will supply aggregated casino games from industry-leading suppliers to complete the full content offering.

All games supplied via the ORYX Hub, whether exclusive or aggregated, can be used with ORYX’s proprietary FUZE™ player engagement tools which include free rounds and gamification features such as tournaments, missions and quests; all with built-in, in-game messaging.

Chris Looney, Chief Commercial Officer at Bragg Gaming, said: “Holland Casino is an iconic brand in the Netherlands. It’s been 45 years since their first casino launch almost to the day, so we wish them a happy birthday and congratulate them on now being among the first group of operators to be granted an online licence for games of chance by the regulator.

“The Netherlands is an important part of our regulated market expansion strategy and we’re proud to be a major content partner to Holland Casino, and excited to bring our games to a brand new audience, while ensuring the highest standards of safer and responsible gambling.”

Jeroen Verkroost, Digital Transformation Director at Holland Casino, said: “The ORYX Hub iGaming content is proven in markets across Europe, and we are thrilled to bring it to our customers as they play online at Holland Casino for the first time. We’ve been impressed with ORYX’s commitment to the new Dutch market and our partnership, demonstrated by a rapid and efficient integration on our platform, early technical compliance approval, and of course, a superb range of games certified for the Netherlands. The legal market opening marks the start of a new era in Dutch casino gaming, and we look forward to providing the very best in casino entertainment to our players, together with our partner ORYX, for many years to come.”

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Lithuanian Govt to Switch Land-based Gaming taxes to GGR-based Regime

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The Lithuanian government has introduced a new bill that would tax land-based slots and table games based on GGR, rather than a fixed fee per table or machine.

The bill was proposed by the country’s Ministry of Finance, and will now be put towards the Seimas, which may vote it into law.

Currently, for land-based slot machines and table games, operators must pay a fixed fee based on the number of machines or tables they operate. That fee is €260 per month for a Category A slot machine – which has unlimited winnings – €130 per month for a category B slot machine – where stakes and winnings are limited – and €2300 per month for a gaming table. Other forms of gambling are taxed based on GGR.

The government noted that under the current system, the worse an operator was performing, the higher an effective tax rate it would pay as a percentage of revenue, making the system highly regressive.

However, with the draft law, land-based slots and table games would be taxed at 18% of GGR.

“So far, we are seeing tax inequalities in the gambling sector. Currently, a gambling business pays a flat fee, not a percentage of the revenue generated,” Minister of Finance Gintarė Skaistė said.

“We want a clearer, one-size-fits-all taxation system that is fairer: in the months of higher turnover, businesses would pay more, in lower months they would pay less. At the same time, the new procedure will increase the transparency of the gambling sector and ensure fairer taxation,” Gintarė Skaistė added.

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