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Play’n GO Granted Authorisation by PAGCOR for Philippines Market

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Play’n GO today announced that they have been added to the select list of suppliers authorised to provide software to the Philippines market.

As a leading supplier of gambling software, this authorisation establishes Play’n GO as the supplier of choice in regulated markets, and this authorisation gives the company an even farther reach.

The authorisation comes from the market’s regulating body PAGCOR (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation). A notoriously rigorous organisation, their main focus is “to attain and enforce a regulatory framework that preserves the integrity and propels the development of the gaming industry” in the Philippines.

Johan Törnqvist, CEO of Play’n GO, explained the move was part of the company’s dedication to its commitment as a leading supplier:

“We have a strong presence in regulated markets, and that continues to grow as we expand in both size and standing in the industry. This authorisation opens up a wealth of new opportunities for us in the region and fits perfectly with the strategy that we plan to implement in the coming future.”

 

About Play’n GO:

Founded in 2005, Play’n GO are a leading supplier for slot gaming in the casino industry. One of the first suppliers to recognise and utilise the potential of mobile slot gaming, their innovation has revolutionised the industry and led Play’n GO to the forefront of the casino supplier market. Since its inception Play’n GO have curated a portfolio of award-winning games developed and tailored for compatibility with all devices and operating systems. In addition to this, they also provide back-end services and solutions to ensure operators are equipped to provide the ultimate gaming experience; this includes their casino platform and their server-based gaming solution, OMNY.

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FunFair’s blockchain platform localised for Japan

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FunFair Technologies, the leading Isle of Man-licensed blockchain gaming platform, has localised their Guaranteed Fair gaming platform for the Japanese market.

Previously only available in English, FunFair has enabled Japanese as the first localised language on its technology. FunFairs’ blockchain gaming technology is viewed by its partners as a great fit for Japanese players as Japan is one of the few regulated cryptocurrency markets and is home to some of the most experienced blockchain players globally. This sizable audience is tech-savvy, young, affluent and is in alignment with the Guaranteed Fair principles of FunFair’s core technology. More so, FunFair’s non-custodial wallet allows users to hold complete control of their funds, and access them from any browser globally. This feature paired with FunFair’s technology sets it apart from traditional operators, where funds rest in the custody of the company.

Fred Kessler, CPO at FunFair Technologies Europe Ltd, said: “We’ve been advised by our partners for some time that Japan is a great market due to its regulatory framework around cryptocurrency. The authorities there have been advocates of how cryptocurrency and blockchain technology will encourage growth in Japan. In fact, JPY is the second largest traded currency against Bitcoin after USD and this makes it an excellent choice for our first platform localisation.

We’re really looking forward to increased engagement with this new addition to FunFairs’ product proposition, we continue to push our product and technology forward with our aim to bring blockchain technology to the masses and to the forefront of gaming entertainment”

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Morgan Stanley Report Says Macau GGR Will Continue to Fall This Year

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In a new report, Morgan Stanley has revealed that it expects gaming turnover in Macau will plunge 35% this year, more than double the bank’s previous estimate of a 16% contraction.

Earlier, the government projected a 50% drop in 2020 GGR because of the COVID-19 outbreak. GGR there fell by a record 87.9% in February amid a 15-day government-enforced casino closure. Now, the analysts expect the March number to decline 75% to 80% on a year-over-year basis.

Nearly all of Macau’s roughly 40 casinos are currently operational – a few are being used as quarantine centres for screening and treating coronavirus patients – but the Special Administrative Region (SAR) is still enduring strict restrictions.

Lack of clarity on when Beijing will lift the IVS halt is prompting analysts to speculate that the first nine months of this year will essentially be a wash for Macau concessionaires and that no noticeable uptick in GGR will materialise until the fourth quarter.

“While we expect recovery to be slow, we anticipate VIP to turn around faster and Peninsula to benefit from land-based visitation,” Morgan Stanley said.

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Suncity Group Announces Delay to Launch of Hoiana Casino Resort

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Suncity Group has announced the postponement of the launch of its Hoiana casino resort in Vietnam due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

In a press release, Alvin Chau Cheok Wa, chairman of Suncity Group Holdings, said: “In summer 2020, we will unveil Hoiana Phase 1 for the first time ever in an exclusive preview, with the grand opening now scheduled in 2021.”

He said the new timeline for the opening of the Hoiana casino resort’s first phase was “a consequence of the uncertainties” brought on by the COVID-19 crisis.

“Suncity’s investment in Vietnam is intended to stay for a very long time,” he said.

Suncity is one of the investors in the Hoiana casino scheme and according to previous filing the group’s listed business is to handle casino operations there.

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