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LOTTOLAND BECOMES CARBON NEUTRAL AND SIGNS THE CLIMATE PLEDGE


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Leading online lotto betting operator, Lottoland, has recently made the transition to become a fully carbon neutral company and has also signed The Climate Pledge. Working with Tunley Engineering, a global climate reduction consultancy Lottoland has taken the necessary steps in measuring, reporting, and offsetting their carbon footprint. Lottoland is the first Gambling operator to achieve a carbon neutral status and to sign The Climate Pledge.

Tunley Engineering provided a Carbon Assessment that allowed Lottoland to fully comprehend and visualise their carbon footprint in annual tonnes of Carbon Equlivance. With Lottolands greater understanding of the Carbon Cost attached to Energy Use, Business Travel and Water Use they can make informed decisions in how to continue to make tangible reductions to their carbon footprint which by extension makes them a greener and more ethical company.

With the assessment and reduction completed in accordance with ISO 14064, Lottoland have now signed the Climate Pledge alongside over 200 other companies globally, further cementing their commitment to a greener future, and achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2040 or sooner.

“We’re excited to continue to welcome companies to The Climate Pledge,” said Sally Fouts, global lead at Amazon for The Climate Pledge. “Businesses have played a role in contributing to climate change, but deep cuts in emissions of greenhouse gases can stabilize increasing temperatures. This is why urgent, collaborative action by companies around the world is needed. Pledge signatories are uniquely positioned to rise to the challenge of addressing climate change and helping to create the low-carbon economy of the future. I look forward to seeing all we can accomplish over the next two decades, together.”

Lottoland CEO Nigel Birrell said: “We are thrilled to have a achieve carbon neutral status and to have signed the Climate Pledge. At Lottoland we are committed to being socially and environmentally responsible not just for our customers but for our employees too. We are proud to be taking a leadership position in climate change.”

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Stake announce major new sporting partnership as brand moves into Formula One with Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake

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Stake, one of the world’s leading entertainment and lifestyle brands, has made another major addition to its sporting portfolio by announcing a partnership with Sauber Motorsport’s Alfa Romeo Formula One Team for 2023 and beyond.

Since being formed in 2017 by a group of technology and betting experts, Stake has established a powerful presence throughout world sport, and the move into motorsports is a significant step in their aspirations to position themselves internationally.

In doing so, the relationship will increase Stake’s recognition to a broader demographic that will enable the brand to diversify its fan base.

The brand already boasts an extensive global sponsorship portfolio including partnerships with Canadian superstar Drake, Premier League club Everton Football Club, Argentine football legend Sergio Aguero and MMA organisation UFC.

With a 24-race calendar across 22 countries, Stake is already looking at ways to activate across territories with targeted campaigns – such as a special livery in one of the brand’s key markets and a street-demo around another race weekend.

Stake will support the fans of Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake by creating a calendar of worldwide experiences and events alongside the F1 calendar,

Bijan Tehrani, Co-Founder of Stake: “We could not be more thrilled to join a legendary F1 team that shares with us the same ambitions of growth and success. Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake will expand our opportunities for fan engagement through brand integration and activation. We are fully committed to enhancing race weekends by creating unique experiences for all Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake fans, growing audience engagement in the digital arena.”

Andreas Seidl, CEO of Sauber Group: “We welcome Stake as a new title partner for the team in what represents the start of a new era for us both. Formula One has seen a huge increase in interest over the last few years and the arrival of brands such as Stake are representative of the massive exposure our sport can offer. We are excited to join such a portfolio of sports and entertainment brands and we’re looking forward to the activation programme that Stake will unveil for our fans.”

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Kinetix Announces New AI Features

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Kinetix, the AI startup bringing emotes to video games and virtual worlds, announced major advances in the generative AI technology powering its platform; including an updated AI model for motion extraction from videos, and an AI tool that applies a predefined motion to any animation in one click.

Traditionally, 3D animation has been an expensive and time-consuming process involving trained 3D experts, and specialist software and hardware. This is no different for emotes – animations that express emotion – which Kinetix is best known for pioneering. Its video-to-animation AI and no-code editing tools streamline the process for professionals such as game developers, and open up the creation of 3D animations to anyone. Kinetix emotes can be used with any avatar, within any video game or virtual world.

The new Kinetix tools have been released as part of version 2.0 of the Kinetix platform and feature a new generation of algorithms for motion extraction from videos, creating better results in terms of posture, translations, and grounding. The second key element is style transfer filters, an AI tool that applies a predefined motion to any animation, enabling users to create more expressive emotes. The first style transfer filters available are “Robot” and “Drunk” – animations which need little explanation – and the library of filters will be constantly added to.

Henri Mirande, CTO and co-founder at Kinetix, said: “With so much debate recently on generative AI’s potential to streamline and democratize creative processes, we’re proud to announce these advances in our custom AI model. They mean that we can now more accurately extract complex motions from video content – such as backflips, parkour, or sprinting up a flight of stairs. We have also found that a large number of our users enjoy creating animations from a pre-existing library rather than uploading their own videos. Our AI-powered style transfer filters can be used to enhance both custom-generated and stock animations, adding more fun and humor into the mix.”

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Kinguin Celebrates 15 Million Registered Users

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Kinguin, the world’s first digital marketplace, has revealed its latest milestone of serving 15 million registered users on the platform worldwide, an increase of 50% since the end of 2020. The milestone is a reflection of the demand for players to purchase digitally and is signified by growth to over 150,000 digital offerings on the Kinguin digital and NFT marketplace.

To celebrate the announcement of 15 million registered users, Kinguin has revealed insights into user preferences including:

  • The top selling games of 2022 on the platform in order, led by; Elden Ring, FIFA 23, God of War, Ready or Not and Total War Warhammer III
  • Location of users include 21.5% in Germany and 15.9% from USA with over 60% of total users from Europe
  • The largest age group on the platform is 18-24 with registered users in this category equalling 42.4%, 27% between 25-34, 14.9% between 35-44 and 15.7% 45 and over.

Kinguin continues its exponential growth having launched its NFT marketplace in May 2022 and launched the first ever esports tournament bringing back legendary pro-players, Kinguin Legends. Kinguin also launched Kinguin Cares to support esports players and their families affected by the war in Ukraine, offering accommodation to Ukrainians and their families free of charge at the Kinguin Esports Performance Center (EPC) in Warsaw. To date, it has hosted almost 30 people, and its doors are still open to Ukrainian people in need of support.

Robert Kalbarczyk, Chief Executive Officer at Kinguin said: “I would like to thank all our users around the world for their constant trust in Kinguin. 15 million milestone is amazing, especially with the 50% increase in users globally since 2021. That proves that our business is going in the right direction. Our vision is to be the world’s most open digital entertainment playground where everybody plays, and we truly mean it.”

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