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The Remote Gambling Association declares guidance for online industry

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets regulations for the association posted new guidance to help operators.

The Remote Gambling Association (RGA) has introduced new guidance to help licensed gambling operators comply with their obligations under the GDPR.

The GDPR is a regulation that becomes effect on May 25th and set to come into force by the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU).

 RGA said: “The consistent and effective implementation of the GDPR poses a number of challenges for all industries and organisations, not least because of the lack of precedent to follow and the fact that clear regulatory guidance on every aspect of it is not yet available. The aim of this guidance is to assist the remote gambling sector through this phase. It will be reviewed and updated as and when greater clarity or better practice emerges.”

Clive Hawkswood, RGA’s Chief Executive, said: “The principles which underpin the GDPR reflect the importance of safeguarding personal data and ensuring that it is used only where it is appropriate to do so. Unfortunately, there remains a good deal of uncertainty about the GDPR’s precise interpretation and application. This guidance is designed to help our sector navigate its way through the requirements as they are presently understood. It has had input from a wide range of stakeholders and we are heavily indebted to the ICO for the constructive and supportive advice it has provided at different stages of the process.”

Source: focusgn.com

Niji has been in the writing industry for well over a decade or so. He prides himself as one of the few survivors left in the world who have actually mastered the impossible art of copy editing. Niji graduated in Physics and obtained his Master’s degree in Communication and Journalism. He has always interested in sports writing and travel writing. He has written for numerous websites and his in-depth analytical articles top sports magazines like Cricket Today and Sports Today. Besides reporting industry headlines from all around the globe, Niji is also head of the content management team at Impressions Content Management, based in Kerala, India, which offers writing and editing services to clients around the world.

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Sportradar partner with BBC to show European Badminton

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The BBC has reached an agreement with right holder Sportradar to live telecast the semi-final and final of Badminton’s European Mixed Team Championships in Copenhagen. The matches will be shown tomorrow and day after tomorrow on the BBC Sport website and digital platforms.

The tournament started on 13 February, with defending champions Denmark facing challenges from teams like France, the Netherlands and Spain in their group.

England, seeded second, have to face Ireland, Germany and Russia in their group.

England’s Men’s Singles player and National Champion, Rajiv Ouseph, assessed their chances.

“As players, we always enjoy the European team events and go to Denmark with the strongest possible squad which, due to injury, has not always been the case in past seasons.”

“When you pull on that England shirt, you really feel the pride of playing for your country, and we’re already excited to have another opportunity as a team to show that on court in front of the fans.”

Lutz Tigges, senior director audiovisual broadcast at Sportradar said, “We are really looking forward to starting coverage of the European Badminton Mixed Team Championships in Denmark. Demand for the broadcast coverage has been really strong and being able to add the BBC to that across their digital channels is another endorsement of the event.”

Live action will also be available to a global audience through Sportradar’s digital platform for the tournament, www.laola1.tv/badmintoneurope/

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Ubisoft join hands with Mozilla to create AI coding tools

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Ubisoft and Mozilla, who developed Firefox web browser, are joining hands to develop a AI-coding tool called Clever-Commit AI coding assistant. The partnership, initially signed for three years, involves exchange of ideas, techniques, and skills between the two companies in the development of Clever-Commit.

“Working with Mozilla on Clever-Commit allows us to support other programming languages and increase the overall performances of the technology,” said Mathieu Nayrolles, technical architect, data scientist, and member of the Technology Group at Ubisoft Montreal. “Using this tech in our games and in Firefox will allow developers to be more productive, as they can spend more time creating the next feature rather than fixing bugs. Ultimately, this will allow us to create even better experiences for our gamers and increase the frequency of our releases.”

This AI is being developed by the Ubisoft Technology Group, and evaluates whether or not a code change will introduce a new bug and proactively fix it by learning from past bugs and fixes. By applying Clever-Commit to both game development and Firefox development, Ubisoft and Mozilla will learn more about other programming languages and increase the knowledge of the AI’s toolbox.

Clever-Commit was first unveiled last year as a prototype (Commit-Assistant) by Ubisoft La Forge, a research branch of Ubisoft Montreal that works alongside academic institutions, in collaboration with Concordia University. In an effort to improve the overall quality of Ubisoft games, Clever-Commit learns from the development of major AAA games, and quickly identifies and fixes bugs so that teams can release more high-quality features, more frequently. To date, the AI has been able to identify if a code contains a bug with 70 per cent accuracy.

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Login Casino launches contest for 2 VIP passes for RGW

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The Login Casino magazine, the media gambling sponsor of RGW 2019, announces the contest for two VIP tickets for the leading gaming conference in Russia – Russian Gaming Week.

In order to compete for the prize one has to come up with a name for the RGW symbol – matreshka, and send their variant to be considered by the jury of experts. Competition for the tickets starts on February 12.

The winner will be defined on April 17. In general, the applications with contestants’ suggestions will be accepted till April 16 inclusive.

According to the event organizers, this year’s RGW will be even more intensive and diverse. First of all due to the fact that the number of applications for participation exceeds 3000.

Besides, the agenda of Russian Gaming Week also promises to be informative. According to Oksana Marisenko, manager of this project, the list of those presenting their ideas and latest developments will include software developers, payment systems manufacturers and law consultants in the field of gambling business.

The Betting Awards ceremony will include several nominations with the aim to highlight the leading representatives of the betting industry whose achievements in 2019 were the most outstanding”, said Oksana Marisenko.

The VIP pass provides several benefits. Firstly, these are special seats at the conference and a separate registration desk. Moreover, such ticket makes it possible to meet and talk with speakers and delegates in person and in a relaxed atmosphere.

In order to take part in the contest – register here.

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