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Yobetit Sponsors Local Voluntary Group South End Core

George Miller

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Yobetit Sponsors Local Voluntary Group South End Core
SEC representatives on the left and Yobetit Content Coordinator Ylenia Anastasi and Marketing Manager Michael Hjelm.
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The Maltese betting company Yobetit has recently sponsored the local voluntary group South End Core (SEC) by gifting the group over 200 scarves. Yobetit hopes to extend their support to help SEC extend theirs to the community and local sports teams.

SEC was founded by Louis Agius, and is currently being run by Dillon Mercieca. The group continues to follow and support the Malta National Teams in Football, Rugby, Water polo and Handball. On top of providing local support, SEC also provide social support, by fund-raising and organising events to help the community.

The scarves feature a new design along with the Yobetit logo to accommodate the new re-branding of South End Core as part of the 2019 campaign. SEC have been operating in Malta for over 10 years attending local matches, as well as international games to support local talent.

“We are always pleased to show our support locally,” said Yobetit Marketing Manager Michael Hjelm adding;

“SEC is a passionate group of people who similarly like to help the community and boost local talent whenever they can. We at Yobetit hope our sponsorship will help the group continue to grow and show their support.”

South End Core’s Dillon Merceica shared his appreciation for Yobetit’s influence within the Maltese community, he said;

“I am very pleased that Yobetit heard our idea about a possible partnership. This shows that the Yobetit team understand, support & appreciate local supporters. We hope that this partnership renews itself year after year.”

This year Malta will be competing in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying tournament in March, and you can be sure to see SEC in the crowd supporting the Malta national team and proudly wearing the Yobetit sponsored scarves.

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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Spain Moves Forward on Gambling Ads Ban

Niji Narayan

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The PSOE minority government in Spain is going to accept all the recommendations of Ombudsman Francisco Fernández Marugán to ban gambling advertising.

The Ministry of Finance has accepted the Ombudsman’s recommendations. That way, departments would have to enforce new restrictions on the gaming industry. The authorities will soon draft a Royal Decree to establish restrictions on gambling advertising in Spain.

The Ombudsman filed his recommendation with the ministries of Treasury and the Health, Consumer and Welfare. Within the filing, he asked for a complete ban on gambling advertising in Spain.

“kids’ viewing time needs to be clean of gambling ads and no celebrities should be shown advertising gambling,” he said.

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RSM Malta launches the Malta iGaming Survey

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The Malta iGaming Survey website is an interactive one that will enable each respondent to electronically benchmark individual responses to the market. The survey, which will run once a year, aims to gather information on the overall business performance and the challenges and opportunities faced by iGaming operators.

RSM Malta considers the time is ripe to develop a framework that will compile, on an annual basis, trends, key ratios, statistics and other information useful to the different stakeholders in the remote gaming industry including operators, regulators, policy makers and strategists.
To this end, RSM Malta is launching a survey amongst remote gaming operators to collect information on the business performance in the market; the economic, employment and regulatory issues being faced; the attractiveness and deficiencies of the local jurisdiction; and how present and future challenges can be overcome.

The Malta iGaming Survey, which is supported by Gaming Malta, is being launched in July 2019 with results to be published in September. Once published, respondents can benchmark their responses to the market, through the use of the interactive survey website.

“The iGaming sector is a strong contributor to Malta’s economic performance with the direct contribution to the Maltese economy valued at over €1billion. We are trying to map the iGaming industry in Malta with the purpose of providing analysis that can help to shape policy and performance and positively contribute towards continued growth in this sector, We strongly encourage operators to participate in the Malta iGaming Survey and in the fora during which the survey results will be presented” said Vladimiro Comodini, Partner at RSM Malta.

To register your interest for participation, in the Malta Gaming Survey visit www.maltaigamingsurvey.com

 

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RSM Malta was established by a team of reputable certified public accountants and auditors with decades of working experience in the profession. The RSM set up enhances business efficiencies, reduces internal bureaucracy and underpins a client focused culture. It also assists RSM clients to readily connect to partners and directors providing both leading advice and great value for money.

The firm is a member of RSM International, the world’s 6th largest provider of audit, tax and consulting services to entrepreneurial growth-focused organisations.

As an integrated team, we share skills, insight and resources, as well as a client-centric approach that is based on a deep understanding of your business. This is how we empower you to move forward with confidence and realise your full potential. This is The Power of Being Understood.

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Cyprus Casinos Crosses One Million Visitors Milestone

Niji Narayan

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Cyprus Casinos (C2) has reached an important milestone as it welcomed its one-millionth visitor.

Oana Georgiana Luca was the lucky one-millionth visitor to go through the doors of C2 and specifically at C2 Limassol. She was presented with jewellery worth €5000 sponsored by Michalis Diamond Gallery and received a complimentary dinner for four at the well-regarded Columbia Bistro at C2 Limassol.

“Following the recent launch of our third satellite casino C2 Ayia Napa and the upcoming launch of C2 Paphos, Cyprus Casinos will attract even more visitors from Cyprus and abroad and enhance the entertainment offerings in those cities. At the same time, we believe that when City of Dreams Mediterranean opens in 2021, the Integrated Casino Resort will offer a wide range of attractions and entertainment options beyond gaming, which will enhance Cyprus’ regional and global position as an important entertainment and tourist destination,” Craig Ballantyne, Property President of City of Dreams Mediterranean and Cyprus Casinos said.

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