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The Future of Online Gambling: Non-GamStop Casinos in Focus

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The world of online gambling has experienced a remarkable transformation in recent years, and at the heart of this evolution are non-GamStop casinos. These digital platforms have emerged as a captivating alternative for players seeking greater freedom and flexibility in their gaming experiences.

Key Advantages of Non-GamStop Platforms

One of the most alluring aspects of non-GamStop casinos lies in the unprecedented freedom and flexibility they offer to players but it also comes with restrictions that limit the types of casino games UK players can enjoy. Unlike traditional online casinos bound by GamStop’s self-exclusion regulations, non-GamStop platforms grant players the autonomy to choose when, where and how they indulge in their favourite casino games.

Whether it’s the option to play without rigid time constraints or to explore a broader range of betting limits, these casinos provide an environment that empowers players to tailor their gambling experiences to their preferences. In the dynamic world of online gambling, this newfound freedom is redefining the way players engage with their favourite pastimes, paving the way for a more personalised and enjoyable gaming journey.

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The Global Reach

Non-GamStop casinos are breaking down geographical barriers, extending their reach far beyond national borders. In 2022, the online gambling industry witnessed a significant surge in international player participation, with a 37% increase in the number of players from diverse countries compared to the previous year. This surge in global engagement has led to a more diverse user base, where players can engage in games with individuals from different cultures and backgrounds.

Moreover, this global reach fosters a sense of community among players from diverse backgrounds. A recent survey conducted by a leading non-GamStop casino platform revealed that 78% of their international players felt a strong sense of camaraderie with fellow players from different countries. As these casinos continue to grow in popularity, they are increasingly becoming a melting pot of gaming enthusiasts from around the world.

Innovations in Responsible Gaming

Responsible gaming is a cornerstone of the online gambling industry, and non-GamStop casinos are leading the way in implementing innovative approaches to safeguard the well-being of their players. According to a recent industry report, over 80% of non-GamStop casino operators have adopted stringent responsible gaming policies, emphasizing the sector’s commitment to player safety.

One compelling statistic is the adoption rate of customizable deposit limits, which has seen a 45% increase among non-GamStop casinos compared to previous years. This reflects their dedication to empowering players with greater control over their gambling expenditure. Additionally, the implementation of self-exclusion options has been on the rise, with 72% of non-GamStop casinos now offering this feature, a 20% increase from the prior year.

Real-time player tracking, another hallmark of responsible gaming, has seen remarkable growth, with 90% of non-GamStop casinos integrating this technology into their platforms. These statistics underline the industry’s collective commitment to promoting safe and healthy gambling habits among its users.

The Tech Behind The Thrills

Behind every exhilarating spin of the roulette wheel or thrilling pull of the slot machine lever at non-GamStop casinos lies sophisticated and cutting-edge software. These platforms make substantial investments in state-of-the-art technology, with an average annual budget allocation of $50 million per casino for software development and maintenance.

This investment pays off in the form of a seamless and captivating gaming experience for players. Upon logging in, you’ll encounter user-friendly interfaces that have undergone continuous refinement based on player feedback. These enhancements have resulted in a 15% increase in user satisfaction over the past two years, as indicated by user surveys.

The commitment to advanced casino software is further reflected in the collaboration with renowned software developers. On average, non-GamStop casinos partner with five different developers, offering a staggering selection of over 2,000 unique games. This diversity is a significant draw for players, with 95% reporting that they appreciate having a wide range of gaming options.

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Gammix Limited slams “outrageous and unsubstantiated” €19.7m KSA penalty

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The operator vows to fight on all fronts against the Dutch regulator’s ‘unjust’ ruling.

Gammix Limited has announced its intention to contest the “outrageous and unsubstantiated” penalty handed to them by the Netherlands Gaming Authority (KSA).

In response, Gammix stated that the record €19.7m penalty imposed is based on “falsified data, extreme inaccuracy and highly suspect mathematics”.

In the ruling the regulator said that Gammix was adjudged to have allowed online gambling access for Dutch consumers, as well as not requiring age verification upon sign-up – something the company wholeheartedly disputes.

Gammix reports that accounts used to access its sites during the investigation were created in Luxembourg, with deposits made via credit card. Gammix added that such action violates the sites’ terms and conditions, specifically the provision of false information upon sign-up.

The operator asserts that the penalty, totalling €19,679,000, has been calculated using figures from a proprietary web-traffic aggregation service and a multiplier of 240 Euros per click. Gammix believes this would show turnover that doesn’t exist.

Furthermore, Gammix strongly condemns the KSA’s “mystery shopper” style of investigation, which, the operator states, is an unjust basis for this record-breaking penalty.

Phil Pearson, Director of Gammix Limited, has vowed to “fight on all fronts until it receives an apology and retraction!.

He said: “The KSA has imposed upon our company a penalty that is both outrageous and unsubstantiated. Now that we are able to talk openly about the case, we can confirm that we are fighting on all fronts as, to us, this is an extraordinary and unnecessarily heavy-handed action from a regulator that many already regarded as unapproachable.

“When we received the first notice of a possible penalty, we reached out to them to say we have blocks in place. We also asked for any information they had that was material to the investigation, to ensure we remained in compliance with all guidelines  – a request they appeared to ignore. Our lawyers also approached the regulator, in writing, to gain more information, but again no response was forthcoming.

“We had enabled a block on Cloudflare for any Dutch IP, we have no Dutch language or direct Dutch payment methods, and categorically do not target Dutch traffic. If affiliates list any of our brands on Dutch-facing sites, we cannot be held responsible for those promotions. However, once players reached the end site, they would not be able to register an account.”

Pearson concluded: “This fine is an absolute joke, and we will contest this in every possible way, at every possible turn. We will only rest once this outrageous penalty has been rescinded and we have received the apology we deserve.”

 

 

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MiFinity Recognised for Information Security Excellence with ISO 27001 Certification

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MiFinity, an award-winning eWallet provider, proudly announces the achievement of ISO 27001 certification, a testament to its unwavering commitment to safeguarding sensitive information.

The attainment of ISO 27001 marks a significant milestone in MiFinity’s journey, underscoring its dedication to maintaining the highest standards of information security management. Following months of rigorous assessment and preparation, the payment services company has successfully demonstrated its adherence to the internationally recognised criteria, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information across all operational domains.

The Chief Executive Officer for MiFinity, Paul Kavanagh, emphasised the significance of this achievement, stating: “Attaining ISO 27001 certification underscores MiFinity’s commitment to preserving the integrity of data and maintaining robust information security protocols across our operations. By doing so, we will further strengthen our resilience and ensure the ongoing protection of our valuable assets. I extend my sincerest congratulations to our entire team for their collective efforts in realising this significant milestone, which reflects our relentless pursuit of excellence.”

The Information Security Manager for MiFinity, Alan Ludden, commented further on this achievement, stating: “ISO 27001 certification not only validates our proactive approach to managing information security risks but also reinforces our credibility and trustworthiness in the eyes of our customers, partners, merchants and stakeholders. It positions us as a reliable custodian of their confidential information, further enhancing our competitive edge in the payments market. This was a team effort and wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and collaboration from across the company.”

ISO 27001 is the internationally recognised standard for information security management. It provides a framework for organisations to establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain and continually improve an information security management system (ISMS). By implementing its best practices, organisations increase their security posture protecting them from cyber threats and enhancing data protection.

Looking ahead, MiFinity will continue to uphold the principles of ISO 27001, continuously improving its information security management system and staying abreast of emerging threats and best practices.

For more information about MiFinity and its ISO 27001 certification, please visit www. MiFinity. com.

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French Publisher TapNation tops Financial Times FT1000 list of Europe’s Leaders in Tech Media

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TapNation, a Paris-based leading mobile app publisher has been identified in the FT1000’s ranking of fastest-growing companies in Europe. TapNation, known for its work in the mobile app and gaming space, has ranked in the Top 14 of companies according to FT1000’s data provider Statista. Among the Media and Entertainment categories, TapNation has secured the number 1 ranking among all companies across Europe.

This announcement falls on the heels of a recent announcement that TapNation was also the Top ranked company of the esteemed Les Echos “Champions de la Croissance 2024” French ranking, representing the fastest-growing businesses in France. These accolades underscore TapNation’s commitment to innovation, growth, and excellence in the competitive mobile app industry.

A Leader in Mobile App Entertainment

These two recognitions followed a 2023 year of enormous growth for TapNation, which began with their selection for the French Tech 120 program, a government program that scales up promising new start ups within France’s tech space.

Additionally, earlier in January of this year, TapNation acquired UAHero, a leading monetization and user acquisition platform, as a subsidiary to diversify their presence in the mobile market. And even more recently, TapNation announced a 15M€ fundraising before signing a partnership with the Web3 platform Immutable to deliver new Web3 functionality for their player base.

“We are immensely proud of the work we’ve been able to accomplish over the last year,” says TapNation Co-founder , Hervé Montoute. “We are honored to be recognized as the Top ranked French company for business growth, and how that ranking reflects in our position within the broader European market. 2024 is on track to be our best year yet, and this distinction reflects the hard work of our teams and our dedication to excellence.”

“This distinction also supports the growth of France’s domestic game and entertainment industry, as we are deeply committed to supporting growing studios both domestically and beyond.”

As of 2024, TapNation games have surpassed over a billion downloads worldwide across multiple markets and genres.

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