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Soft2Bet opens an executive management and operations office in Sofia, Bulgaria

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The online gaming operator and platform provider Soft2Bet is actively shifting its operations towards European Union locations – the company has recently opened an office in the heart of Sofia Bulgaria. The Sofia office will serve as an executive management hub where its CEO Boris Chaikin is located, an industry veteran with 19 years of online gaming management experience.

Boris Chaikin, Soft2bet CEO, says: “Bulgaria has proven as a Tier 1 location for online gaming businesses and we are proud to open the Soft2Bet office in a beautiful aristocratic location downtown Sofia. We are opening this office to host company’s executive management team, as well as have access to top-quality customer support staff, so we can further grow our business in both B2C and B2B directions. The rapid development of Soft2bet is mainly attributed to our flexibility and continuous development of the business network through partnering the main players of the industry. I am committed to making us the next big success story in the online gaming world!”

George Miller 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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Montenegro citizen booked in Čitluk for circulating counterfeit Euro banknotes

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Montenegro citizen booked in Čitluk for circulating counterfeit Euro banknotes
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A Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has ordered the custody of a citizen of Montenegro for allegedly circulating counterfeit Euro currency in the territory of Čitluk.

After interrogating the suspect, Department III of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, started a motion to the Court of BiH for ordering custody for the suspect Radule Popović, born in 1963 in Nikšić, a citizen of Montenegro.

The charges against him are that he has used 26 fake Euro banknotes in the denominations of €100 to engage in gambling activities in the Čitluk area. He also allegedly offered the notes to another person who collected money in KM (BAM) currency from a cash collection machine. The suspect was deprived of liberty by SIPA police officers of, after which the suspect was searched, as well as the facilities and vehicles he used.

The custody for the suspect was moved for detention reasons described in Article 132 (1) (a) of the Criminal Procedure Code of BiH, that is, because of the risk that the suspect might flee from Bosnia and Herzegovina and thus, as he is a citizen of another country, become inaccessible to the judiciary of BiH.

The motion for ordering custody was sent to the Court of BiH.

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NSoft and Eurolotto kick off with Lucky Six

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NSoft´s premium draw based virtual game Lucky Six has been released to Eurolloto. The players will now have the chance to try their luck in 50 Eurolloto shops across Montenegro.

Lucky Six has become the must have product in betting industry`s portfolio. It is fun, easy to play, visually appealing and, consequently, very popular among the players.

Lucky Six originates from classical bingo games. Its transfer to the virtual world was a logical step having in mind the popularity of the bingo concept. Lucky Six enables the players to pick numbers or colors that will appear during the live draws taking place every five minutes.

Find out more on Lucky Six and other NSoft`s gaming and betting solutions in London at the upcoming ICE London, February 5-7, Stand S1-260 or contact our Sales team at: sales@nsoft.com and book your time slot for additional information.

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Betting sites still working in Albania despite legal prohibition

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Betting sites still working in Albania despite legal prohibition
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In spite of the new regulation that bans all forms of betting, including online betting websites, in Albania, several betting websites can be accessed from the country. The new regulation came into effect on January 1. A number of such websites are not accessible from smartphones; but they are available through laptops and desktops.

Local police have arrested two owners who kept providing online betting services in Albania. However, there is no option to block or arrest such operators from outside the country.

The government decided in November 2018 to close all betting shops, casinos and ban sports betting in the country. The Albanian parliament passed the law that bans sports betting and other forms of gambling, including the online sector, and set January 1 as the official date for the laws to come into effect.

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