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Top Germany Casinos You Should Visit In 2021



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Did you know the oldest casino in Germany was built in 1810 and is known as the Casino Wiesbaden and one of the most senior gambling establishments in history? Well now you know.

Germany has the strictest rules before getting in; for instance, men can’t wear blue jeans, sneakers, or sandals. A tie is a must in some of them, and all the casinos require you to show your ID or passport for proof. Some also have entry charges and to sign a debt guarantee note for any dues.

The most favorite table games in Germany are Baccarat, Blackjack, German Roulette, and poker. There’s also entertainment from bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and discotheques. In addition, seems to be a great place to start your betting journey and get more information about gambling in Germany.

These are the top casinos in Germany

1. The Casino Berlin

Casino Berlin is located at Potsdamer Platz. It’s one of the largest casinos in Germany. The casino occupies about 118,403 square feet. Guests can play 12 table games, including poker, blackjack, and roulette. There are more than 300 gaming machines. On the first floor, there’s a theater filled with a beautiful interior. Open 365 days a year.

2. The Baden-Baden Casino

Baden Baden is one of the oldest casinos in Germany. As Marlene Dietrich described it, “The most beautiful casino in the world.” The casino has been there for over 200 years with its French roots that turned into a German tradition. It has 140 slot machines and around 18 table games. Tournaments take place there. Tour guides also are part of the fun activities in Baden-Baden as the casino has become a tourist attraction. The casino has an entry fee of 5 euros, and the leading casino has 1 euro if you wish to play the slots.

3. Casino Duisburg

Casino Duisburg is surprisingly the most visited casino in Germany not only for its casino games but also for the best restaurant and bar. It has 33 tables for roulette, blackjack, and poker. Guests can choose from 350 different slot machines—a poker machine with five tables. Casino Duisburg is considered a classy joint.

4. Casino Esplanade-Casino Hamburg

It’s a two-story casino building with the floor covering an area of 22,000 square feet. It was opened in 1978 in Germany’s second-largest city of Hamburg. There are more than 135 slot machines and 13 table games on the first floor. The dress code here is not that strict as you are permitted to wear casual in the slots area for men. It’s mandatory to wear a jacket and leisurewear in the living room; women can wear in the live gaming area is either a blazer or a dress.

5. Spielbank Bad Homburg

The establishment has been running since 1841. Covering 5,500 square feet, and has 160 slot machines and 12 table games. The German casino’s dress code is semi-formal while playing in the live gaming areas.

6. Casino Bad Wiessee

Casino Bad Wiessee has a total usable area of 6,000 square meters. Having been located at a lakeside, it offers an astonishing view. It was opened in 1957 but was reconstructed between 2003 and 2005. The casino has over 200 slot machines and 13 table games that include American roulette, French roulette, and blackjack.

7. Casino Bad Kissingen

Casino Bad Kissingen is also considered the most popular visited site being a gambling destination as it also has a unique thing about it. Learners are offered special instructions to assist them in getting familiar with the game. It features 6 table games and around 90 slot machines. There is also a restaurant and 2 bars.

8. Casino Bad Oeynhausen

The Casino Bad Oeynhausen has many great features to it, like the spin the wheel game allowing guests to spin the wheel in their favor and also live bingo games. It’s 12,000 square feet. Slot machines are over 150 and 8 table games. Poker tournaments take place here. The diamond bar also attracts the masses as you can have a drink while eating grilled food.

9. Casino Bad Zwischenahn

Casino Bad Zwischenahn can be mistaken as a bar when you look at it from the outside but inside, it’s one of the modern casino buildings. It’s over 9,500 square feet and has two floors—over 200 gaming machines and 5 table games along with a poker room on the first floor. The casino’s dress code allows well-informed casual clothing and does not allow wearing a jacket and a tie as it is deemed a laid-back joint.

10. Casino Konstanz

Casino Konstanz is one of the smallest casinos in Germany, occupying around 4,500 square feet of the area. It may be small, but it’s still one of the popularly visited casinos in Germany. I have more than 130 slot machines and 6 table games. There’s also a poker room with three tables with an entry fee of 3 euros. Casino Konstanz’s dress code is a jacket. The Restaurant in the casino offers Italian food, and the bar has a mixture of drinks to cocktails.

11. Casino Bad Steben

The casino was opened in 2001 in the state of Bavaria. The building reflects the ups and downs experienced while gambling on the landscape of the roof. It covers about 7,000 square feet. Casino Bad Steben has over 60 slot machines and 3 table games. Poker is also played here, having three poker tables. There’s also a stylish bar and restaurant named Relexa’s Rouge Et Noir.


Gambling is legal in Germany, and these are among the casinos located there. Most of the casinos are landmarks as they were established in the past and cherished as Germany’s roots to them Germany’s Casino are becoming tourist sites have attracted people all over the world with the buildings being ancient and classy and let’s not forget the help of the exquisite bars and restaurants that entertain the guests


Best Games to Come In 2022



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There is a common quip in the gaming and game development world that new games’ release dates are more of suggestions than a sure thing. This is because no game ever makes its initial release date. But gamers have come to terms with delays and understand that it’s part of the game development process. However, this does not keep us from getting excited about the new titles slated to be released later this year.

This piece will look at the best games you should expect before the year ends. So if you’re ready to possibly get your hopes up for no reason, keep reading to learn more.

1. God of War

God of war is a quirky game set in a world inspired by the Norse mythology and was initially released in 2005. The game has gone through a few iterations over the years, which has only improved its gameplay. The current title does an excellent job at developing its characters and establishing their backstories, pulling you into the game and engaging you even more.

In addition, the musical score does an even better job at accentuating important moments in the game. That’s why we are so excited about the new revamp slated for later on this year. We are sure the stories and music will only get better, and we don’t even need to mention the gameplay. Sony always kills it.

2. Call of Duty

When duty calls, you have to answer. This is one that never disappoints. Its action sequences are as engaging as ever, and the graphics are every graphics designer’s envy. Betway also found that playing COD helps you burn as much calories as a long walk, with a 90 minute gaming session elevating your heart rate to 90+ beats per minute and helping you burn up to 180 calories.

So you can now enjoy your gaming sessions and don’t have to worry about missing the gym. And with a new release this year, we have more than one thing to be excited about.

3. Last of Us

Another title that is excellent to play is Last of Us. It’s set in a decaying post-apocalyptic world and stars two characters—a child accompanied by an adult. However, the story is not about the dilapidated world but about these two characters and their struggle to survive this world.

This is one we hope the development gods here us and release as expected. We cross our fingers and hope it makes its release date this year.

4. A Plague’s Tale

Set in a corps-ridden world, plague-infested rats and inquisition soldiers who have it out for the two orphaned sibling protagonists. The game’s setting does an excellent job of making the main characters empathetic as you witness their struggle from a third-person perspective.

However, the gameplay is not that engaging, and the obstacles are neither challenging nor compelling. We are glad the makers are revamping this one and getting a second chance at taking another crack later this year.

5. FIFA 23

FIFA is a classic game that never disappoints. It has been a favorite for many, and FIFA 23 is expected to be the most popular iteration of the francise yet.

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2022 World Series of Poker® Hall of Fame Finalists Announced



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Following a two-week nomination period, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) has announced the highly anticipated list of ten Poker Hall of Fame nominees. Inducting one new member annually, the ten nominees will be considered by 32 living members who will allocate a ballot of ten total points to determine the 2022 Hall-of-Famer. The finalists are as follows:


  • Josh Arieh
  • Layne Flack
  • Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier
  • Kathy Liebert
  • Mike Matusow
  • Lon McEachern & Norman Chad
  • Michael Mizrachi
  • Brian Rast
  • Matt Savage
  • Isai Scheinberg


There are three new finalists in the 2022 class including four-time WSOP bracelet winner, Josh Arieh, and Las Vegas residents Kathy Liebert and Brian Rast.


The induction ceremony will be held on Sunday, July 10 in tandem with the final table of the Main Event at Bally’s & Paris Las Vegas. All living Poker Hall of Fame members are invited to freeroll into the $1,979 No-Limit Hold’em tournament, with the buy-in priced in honor of the Hall of Fame’s founding year. This event will be open to all players. Each participating Hall of Famer will have a bounty corresponding to the year they were inducted into poker’s most exclusive club. The 2022 inductee will be announced during the event.


For more information on the Poker Hall of Fame, visit

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QTech Games bolsters its offering with CQ9 Gaming integration



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Emerging-markets leader extends its premier portfolio with more top slots from an emerging Asian force in multiplayer video content

QTech Games, the number-one games distributor across all emerging markets, has announced its latest premium partnership with Asian video content and slots supplier, CQ9 Gaming.

Under the terms of the new agreement, CQ9 Gaming’s GLI-certified portfolio – comprising top-quality slots, arcade, and table casino games – has been integrated for QTech Games clients and their players, providing another cutting edge to a powerhouse platform recognised for bringing the finest online games to market across developing territories.

Popular CQ9 titles include Good Fortune, 1945, Kronos, Zeus, Lucky Fishing, and many others which harness the appeal of multiplayer fish games, arcade games, not to mention multiplayer online board and card games. This ever-evolving production line will help QTech Games strengthen its comprehensive spread of gaming verticals, central to QTech ONE™, its definitive one-stop shop for global operators.

The deal organically broadens CQ9 Gaming’s global footprint, accessing a fresh scope of growth markets for accelerated expansion. As the fastest-growing distributor over the past few years, QTech’s platform is localised for each region with native mobile apps, robust reporting and marketing tools, and 24/7 local-language support.

Ulf Norder, CCO at QTech Games, said: “We’re excited to be teaming up with CQ9 Gaming whose stunning graphics and gameplay chart near the pinnacle of the marketplace. The QTech Games platform is equipped with the best games from the world’s leading suppliers – and CQ9 now joins this branching tree.

“CQ9 Gaming may only be a young company, but they’ve already managed to build a strong fan-base in Asia and are moving on to conquer previously untapped markets in Europe and LatAm. Their titles run off an agile HTML5 gaming engine, meaning that you can access them either via desktop or mobile devices, even if the casino doesn’t currently offer a dedicated mobile app.

“Wherever you set your scene in this ever-changing landscape, our platform champions a mobile-first mantra, packed with all the best localised games that cater to varied cultural tastes. By way of instructive example, if you don’t offer the fish game in China, there’s no chance of becoming successful. And it’s a similar story with the Andar Bahar in India. CQ9 understand the demand for regional specificity throughout Asia and beyond, making them a logical and long-term ally with which to team up.”

A CQ9 spokesperson added: “This deal significantly broadens CQ9 Gaming’s international influence, opening up ‘margin’ markets from Eastern Europe and Latin America for diversified growth.

“CQ9 is one of the leading video slot suppliers in the Asian market with more than 100 titles under our belt. We’re steadily working on extending that reach and establishing ourselves in Europe and CIS-facing territories, and QTech’s broad spread of emerging-markets access means we can achieve this with dexterity while also consolidating our existing Asia-facing audience.

“Our goal has always been to design intuitive and interactive live-dealer experiences that are customised for every generation of mobile end-user. Since QTech Games is a defining distributor across Asia and other unexploited regions, we can’t wait to see how our games connect with different and diverse player profiles.

“At a time of refined localization techniques, QTech Games is really delivering on their brand promise of customising high-class content for varied cultures. This is what keeps them at the forefront of relevance for all kinds of players in the bubbling melting-pot of emerging markets.”

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