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Wazdan launches Double Tigers to kickstart G2E Asia

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Tuesday, May 15; 2018, Malta –Technology pioneer Wazdan has launched its latest slot game Double Tigers exclusively for the Asian market at G2E Asia.

The Asian game inspired by the elements of fire and water represented by two fierce tigers is set in an isolated mountain temple where fire and water spins as a Yin-Yang symbol on the temple wall and tigers roar to unlock the bonus wheel. Fire and water are two of the five main Taoist elements.

Double Tigers is packed with Wazdan’s innovative technology, the Unique Wazdan Features, a set of special hallmark proprietary solutions that include the world’s first Volatility Levels TM, Energy Saving Mode, Double Screen Mode and Unique Gamble Feature. Players are given 3 reels, 8 paylines and  unlimited winning streaks and the bonus wheel which can reward players further.

Head of Sales at Wazdan Andrzej Hyla says: “Our new game Double Tigers is one of our most elegant games ever and we’ve produced it just for the Asian market. Our philosophy is to add something new and unique to all of our slots, we believe the game looks and sounds absolutely fantastic and is set to become one of the biggest games of the year.”

Mr. Hyla added, “We are excited to see it played across the region and we look forward to talking at G2E Asia with operators who are seeking the best slots content in the industry.

Wazdan’s Sales Team is showcasing their products at G2E Asia in Macao. Come and play Double Tigers at booth 3141.

View Wazdan’s new showreel video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y01TaCYiVu4&t=77s 

For further information visit www.wazdan.com

 

ABOUT WAZDAN:
Wazdan is a popular game producer, developing innovative casino games that deliver original, fun and truly omni-channel player experience. Offering an extensive game library of over 100 HTML5 slots, table games and video pokers, Wazdan is gaining popularity on the iGaming market thanks to the great quality of their games, interesting themes and engaging gameplay. Wazdan’s game portfolio consists of such popular titles as Great Book of Magic Deluxe, Magic Target Deluxe, Valhalla and Wild Guns and soon will extended with new amazing slot games, including Los MuertosTM, Mayan RitualTM and Captain FlyntTM, among others. Wazdan releases new, exciting titles on a regular basis and equips them with Unique Wazdan Features: innovative Volatility LevelTM, exciting Unique Gamble Feature and mobile-friendly Energy Saving and Double Screen Modes. Wazdan holds a number of  European trademarks including for their world’s-first Volatility Level TM. Their extensive portfolio of clients includes some of the top gaming operations in the industry. The company is headquartered in Malta and holds licenses issued by the UKGC, the MGA and complies with Curacao regulations. Furthermore, their games use the RNG certified by the NMi, which ensures reliable, fair and secure gameplay. Wazdan’s Sales Team will be in Macao for G2E Asia in May.

George Miller (Gyorgy Molnar) started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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Italy’s new legislation a concern for gambling industry

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Italy’s new government’s proposed gambling bill could hurt the country’s gambling industry. The new government, which came to power in last March, has proposed a draft bill that seeks to “the elimination of gambling machines (slot machines, video lottery terminals) and strong limitations on forms of gambling with repeated bets. If the leaked draft texts are any indication, the new policy would seriously hamper the gambling business in the country.

Furthermore, the document states that it encourages “the authorisation to install slot machines only in defined places (no bars, distributors, etc.) and the increase of the minimum distance from sensitive places (schools and youth centres).”

The draft also calls for “an absolute ban on gambling advertising and sponsorships,” and urges to set the “obligation to use a personal card to prevent child risk; imposition of spending limits; tracking of suspicious cash flows.”

Italian operators are worried about what a potential legislation change like this could mean to the industry, which last year made a serious contribution to state coffers. In 2017, AWP/VLT taxes posted €6 billion out of the total €10 billion that the industry generated for the state, while €140 million came from Italian-licensed online gambling companies.

 

Source: focusgn.com

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Bet365 to move operations to Malta post-Brexit

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In a significant development, Bet365 has decided to move its operations to Malta from Gibraltar as soon as the UK completes its Brexit process next year, according to a report published in The Sunday Times of Malta.

Bet365, fully owned by a British family, had a revenue of €1.5 billion in 2015. The move will see about 1000 jobs relocating to Malta from Gibraltar, which will undoubtedly boost Malta’s economy.

The owners of Bet365 have already inked a sale agreement to buy a large new property in the Tigné peninsula in Sliema, which will become the new hub of its operations.

The promise of sale will come into effect as soon as Brexit materialises, and the British company is expected to pay some €70 million to buy the Sliema property.

Sources close to the gambling industry told The Sunday Times of Malta that the relocation of Bet365 to Malta would be a game changer for the island, as it is expected to create a major economic boost.

“It is not every day that 1000 well-paid employees are relocated to Malta. Apart from the fact that we are talking about the largest sports betting company in the world, with some 23 million customers, 1000 new individuals and their families looking for a place to stay for quite some time on a small island will mean significant business,” the sources said.

At the same time, the sources said that there will be a downside to this “massive relocation,” as rents for housing in the area have already started increasing drastically as rumours about the move make the rounds.”

The problems of increasing congestion and overcrowding in the Tigné area will also continue to become a major problem,” the sources added.

Bet365 has been eyeing the possibility of relocating its major operations to Malta for quite some time, and this was made more likely following the UK’s Brexit referendum, in which the electorate chose to leave the EU.

Malta has become very attractive to online gambling companies due to its low taxation regime and its membership of the EU.

Already registering three companies in 2014, Hillside (New Media Malta) plc – the operating company of the Bet365 group – acquired a remote gaming licence from the Malta Gaming Authority in 2015.

At the time, the company said that this was due to “regulatory developments in various operating territories.”

Following the UK’s Brexit vote, Hillside registered a new property management company in Malta last year, increasing its paid share capital to €12.5 million to invest in the acquisition of the property in Sliema.

Last month the company finalised its plans to transfer part of its business to Malta and registered another company, Hillside (Shared Services Malta) Ltd.

Founded by Denise Coates in 2000 in Stoke-on-Trent, the company fast developed into a multimillion-euro operation with some 3500 employees across the globe.

Apart from Gibraltar, it also operates a massive business in Australia and has a small office in Ta’ Xbiex in Malta.

The company chairman, Peter Coates, Denise Coates’s father, is also the chairman and owner of Stoke City Football Club, which this year was relegated from England’s Premier League to the Championship.

A lifelong supporter of the British Labour Party, Mr Coates is known as having donated hundreds of thousands of pounds to the party.

One particularly large donation coincided with the relaxation of gambling legislation and the lifting of a ban on television advertising by the UK’s Labour government in 2008.

Source: timesofmalta.com

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Cyprus to host Europe’s ‘Largest Casino’

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City of Dreams Mediterranean casino-resort. Photo credits: CITY OF DREAMS MEDITERRANEAN
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The construction work of Europe’s largest casino will begin on June 8 at Limassol in Cyprus. The country will mark the occasion with a fitting ceremony. The proposed casino is equipped with more than a hundred gambling tables and over a thousand slot machines.

The casino is expected to start functioning from 2021. There will be a temporary facility that will operate until works are completed on the City of Dreams Mediterranean casino-resort.

The Hong-Kong-based Melco Resorts and Entertainment are building the casino.

Its CEO Lawrence Ho said that the revenue generated by the casino, estimated to bring in an additional 300,000 tourists a year, is likely to be about 4 per cent of Cyprus’ GDP.

 “We are very happy and fortunate that we won the competitive bid for the licence in Cyprus,” he said.

The project is expected to cost €550 million ($647 million) and to create approximately 4000 jobs during the construction period.

When it is fully operational, the casino is expected to generate approximately 4500 direct and indirect full-time jobs.

The integrated resort will feature a luxury hotel with more than 500 five-star rooms, suites and villas, 11 restaurants and bars, as well as around 1200 square metres of retail area designed to replicate the streetscape of the old Nicosia city centre.

 

Source: greekreporter.com

 

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