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Twin launches fast-paced Twin Races

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Operator becomes the first to offer tournaments with two leaderboards that players can climb simultaneously and win big prizes

 

Twin continues to establish itself as the most exciting and innovative online casino brand in the world with the launch of its fast-paced Twin Races.

As you would expect from an operator that continues to push boundaries, Twin Races offers players something a bit different with not one but two leaderboards to climb at the same time.

The first is based on a win multiplier with players simply having to land the largest win multiplier during the tournament to win the top prize.

For example, if a player bets €1 and wins €20 they will have a x20 multiplier score. Only their highest score will be recorded on the leaderboard.

The second leaderboard is for accumulating points based on win size. Points are awarded as follows: €1.00-15.00 (2 points), €15.01-€30.00 (20 points) and €30.01+ (100 points).

Points are accumulated throughout the race and players are ranked on the leaderboard based on their score.

Every month, Twin will be offering a combined prize pool of free spins and cash worth up to €30,000 across both Twin Races leaderboards.

The launch of Twin Races is part of the operator’s continued push to establish itself as a player-first online casino that delivers an engaging and entertaining experience.

Marcin Jablonski, Chief Brand Officer at Twin, said: “We are thrilled to launch Twin Races and to provide our players with yet more excitement and thrills when playing at our casino.

“We believe the innovative features we are launching continue to add significant value and keep players engaged and active at the casino for longer.”

The operator has made a name for itself by combining a modern platform with state-of-the-art technologies to deliver a superior player experience.

Since launching in 2017, Twin has taken the online casino sector by storm, picking up several accolades along the way including Rising Star at the SBC Awards 2018.

The operator also took home the trophy for Best Affiliate Program Newcomer at the IGB Affiliate Awards and was recently accredited by online casino affiliate site, Casinomeister.

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GLI Appoints Alberto Ruiz-Ocaña as New Business Development Manager for EMEA

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Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has appointed Alberto Ruiz-Ocaña as new Business Development Manager for EMEA.

Ruiz-Ocaña has more than 10 years of experience in licensing, compliance, and helping businesses develop and implement successful business strategies. His skills will help enable growth in European and LATAM markets. As Business Development Manager for EMEA, he will be focused on developing opportunities for GLI with new clients across all sectors of the industry including, online, land-based and VLT Lottery.

“Alberto is a great addition to the growing GLI EMEA team, and his experience and contacts, particularly in online gaming, will provide GLI with new opportunities in a rapidly expanding market. His language skills will be beneficial to many of our European clients, which will help us build even more contacts and clients in the EMEA markets,” James Illingworth, Vice President Sales for GLI EMEA, said.

“I am really excited to be joining an industry-leading and respected global company. The EMEA team has already made me feel very welcome, and I look forward to helping them and GLI go from strength to strength,” Alberto said.

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Betixon Secures Approval to Launch its Games in Dutch iGaming Market

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Online casino content developer Betixon has secured approval to launch its games in the recently regulated Dutch iGaming market.

Certified by national regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), Betixon will now be able to provide titles such as Boots of Luck, Wild Wolf, Book of Sheba, Vampire Call, Age of Halvar and Reign of Zeus to licensed operators in the Netherlands.

Betixon said it has already lined up a number of strategic partners in the country and will begin to roll out its content shortly. Talks are ongoing to go live with other operators active in the market.

The developer is also certified to offer games in Great Britain, Lithuania, Estonia, Italy, Colombia and Romania.

Lior Cohen, chief executive officer at Betixon, said: “The Netherlands is one of the most important markets in Europe and we believe that it will grow at a rapid rate in the coming months and years now that a proper regulatory framework is in place.

“Our slots have been designed to deliver an exceptional player experience on mobile and each game is packed with eye-catching graphics and animations that we combine with smart math and mechanics to ensure players are entertained with every spin.

“We will be going live with our first operators shortly and looking forward to partnering with more as we establish Betixon as a leading content provider in the Dutch market.”

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New Study: Ten EU Member States Strengthened Consumer Protection Rules for Online Gambling Since 2018, But Significant Fragmentation and Gaps Remain

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A new study has found 10 EU Member States have made progress in strengthening their consumer protection rules for online gambling since 2018, although significant fragmentation and gaps in how these rules are implemented still remain.

The study, published by the City, University of London (CUL), reviewed specific aspects of the consumer protection rules in EU Member States, including know your customer requirements, the protection of minors, safer gambling and treatment support, and assessed whether these rules are becoming similar or not.

The CUL study concludes that while most Member States have adopted similar approaches towards consumer protection, there are significant differences in how national rules are designed or implemented and in some Member States specific consumer protection rules for online gambling are missing. For example, the study found that while 16 Member States have established a national self-exclusion register for online gambling, how gamblers are added to these registers and the duration of their self-exclusion varies significantly, and not all these Member States have rules which prohibit gambling advertising being sent to those who are self-excluded.

The study is an update to a previous study which was published by CUL in 2018. Both studies were commissioned by the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) for the purpose of contributing to research knowledge about the safer gambling regulations which exist in the EU and raising awareness about the level of consumer protection offered to EU citizens in respect to online gambling.

Maarten Haijer, Secretary General of EGBA, said: “We welcome the progress made in strengthening the consumer protection rules in EU member states. In several areas, regulatory principles are converging, but there is increasing fragmentation in how the rules are implemented and this creates a complicated compliance and enforcement map for Europe’s gambling regulators and operators, while evidently also not benefiting the consumer. A more standardised regulatory framework would surely benefit all. While regulations and enforcement are extremely important, the study also highlights that more could be done to strengthen prevention measures and ensure that those who are affected by harm are signposted to relevant helplines and treatment centres.”

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