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NSoft launched its mobile app for Sima Communication in Africa

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Software solutions provider for the gaming and betting industry, NSoft, has released its mobile app to its long term customer Sima Communication from Lesotho.

It is NSoft’s commitment to improve and continuously upgrade the existent products, deliver new solutions and consequently elevate the client’s satisfaction profounding mutual trust and business reach.

Mobile app for Sima Communication enables their players to enjoy an impressive range of NSoft’s virtual games and a Sportsbook solution. The offer is now enriched with Live Betting, Pre-Match Betting, Lucky Six, Next Six, Greyhound Races, Virtual Greyhound Races, Virtual Horse Races and Virtual Motorcycle Speedway.

This month NSoft is attending the SiGMA 2018 event in Malta. Don’t miss the chance to find out more about NSoft products, contact sales@nsoft.com to book a meeting with the NSoft Sales Team.

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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Chandler to tap Kenyan market

Niji Ng

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Victor Chandler (67), the veteran gambling entrepreneur who founded BetVictor, is setting his eyes on the Kenyan market. His African betting business wing BetLion is targeting Kenya and Tanzania for potential expansion.

The company is already working on online betting project with FSBTech in Uganda.

Kenya and Tanzania are the next targets. BetLion will face strong competition in the Kenya market. There are 36 licensed operators are currently active in the country.

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Conflicting statements from South African officials regarding online gambling

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MacDonald Netshitenzhe, the Chief Director of South Africa’s Consumer and Corporate Regulation Division of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), has declared that “we can stop online gambling – by banning the Internet.”

However, Ghaleb Cachalia, the DA Shadow Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, does not subscribe the view. She said that her ministry will not support the National Gambling Amendment Bill and blamed Netshitenzhe for the confusion prevailing now.

Netshitenzhe was the Chief Director of Policy and Legislation at the DTI. Cachalia blamed him that he was “responsible for this mess in the first place,” referring to the bill.

“This amendment bill emanates from the flawed gambling policy of 2016 which believes, amongst other things, that online gambling should be banned.”

Cachalia also noted that the Minister of Trade and Industry, Rob Davies, said “online gambling is strictly prohibited” and he wants tougher measures to be implemented to curb it.

Davies is seeking more powers for the National Gambling Board to do so and trying to make the board the industry regulator.

While he also proposed clamping down on advertising and unsolicited messages to entice vulnerable groups to gamble, Cachalia said that the biggest crackdown will be made on unlawful winnings via online gambling.

The government will use the Financial Intelligence Centre, which will work with financial institutions, to verify and seize online winnings.

“If you go online, we may not be able to stop you when you play the game, but when you win, we get you,” Davies reportedly said.

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South Africa accepts new gambling bill

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South African Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry has adopted the redrafted National Gambling Amendment Bill.

Joanmariae Fubbs, the chairperson of the Committee, said although the Department of Trade and Industry had introduced a comprehensive Bill, the committee had resolved to deal with three technical issues only to address existing governance challenges speedily. The three issues are the following: the reconfiguration of the National Gambling Board to the National Gambling Regulator; addressing governance challenges relating to the National Gambling Policy Council; and broadening the National Central Electronic Monitoring System.

She added that other important issues, such as horse racing, dog racing, electronic bingo terminals, betting on lottery results and online gaming, have been considered and is being referred for consideration in the Sixth Parliament. There was not enough time to address and study all the issues. Therefore, the committee is of the view that these amendments, adopted today, will pave the way for more comprehensive and holistic amendments to the gambling regulatory framework, said Ms Fubbs.

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