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NSoft and MaxBet to expand cooperation to Montenegro

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The fruitful cooperation of MaxBet and NSoft on B&H and Serbian market, has resulted with the expansion on the Montenegrin market. NSoft has integrated its virtual sports betting and draw-based games into MaxBet web betting platform maxbet.me.

MaxBet´s players in Montenegro are now able to bet on Virtual Greyhound Races and Virtual Horse Races, as well as to enjoy in Lucky Six and Lucky X. The web betting platform is available in English language as well.

“The cooperation with MaxBet was established six years ago. The best practices from the existing markets have been transferred to the Montenegrin market. We are certain that the results will justify this business decision having in mind that MaxBet web platform includes two out of three top ranked NSoft´s products at the Montenegrin market,” commented Dalibor Ostojić, Regional Sales Manager in NSoft.

NSoft has been operating on Montenegrin web market for three years now offering full web solution or web integration – all based on customers´ needs and preferences.
A must-have draw based games such as Lucky Six are easily and naturally combined with Sportsbook solution and Virtual Sports betting games not just on the web, but also on all other available channels including custom-made terminals created in NSoft`s partner company Stark.

Find out more on NSoft´s offer – book a meeting with NSoft´s Sales team and meet us at the upcoming Belgrade Future Gaming 2019, on June 4-5 at 100 square meters stand A1.

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 and Bosnia and Herzegovina in focus at CEEGC2019 Budapest with Luka Popović (BDK Advokati) and Zlatan Omerspahić (NSoft)

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The Balkan Gaming Industry Briefing will be joined by two leading company’s representatives from the Balkan region at the 4th edition of the CEE Gaming Conference.

 

As announced earlier, the 4th edition Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference will feature a dedicated Balkan Gaming Industry Briefing which will highlight some of the latest developments in the region with an emphasis on Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The panel discussion will be moderated by Joe Ewens, Managing Editor at GamblingCompliance, and will be joined by the recently announced experts in the region, Luka Popović (BDK Advokati) and Zlatan Omerspahić (NSoft).

The 4th edition of the yearly Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference will take place on the 24th of September at the Ritz-Carlton Budapest, and provides a unique opportunity of learning and networking with the gambling industry in the CEE and Balkans region via the CEEGC platform which is committed to bringing together industry shareholders and government officials from the region on a yearly base.

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You can view the bios of the two experts below:

About Luka Popović – Partner at BDK Advokati

Luka is a partner in the leading regional law firm BDK Advokati (with offices in Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina). He is a member of the Montenegrin Bar Association and was on the list of arbitrators of the Arbitration Board for the Resolution of Consumer Disputes at the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro.

Luka has been managing BDK Advokati’s Montenegrin operations since 2013. He is involved in all aspects of the firm’s Montenegrin work and maintains special industry focus on gaming and hospitality. Luka is the head of the firm’s gaming practice.

IFLR1000 recognizes Luka as a highly regarded lawyer, Legal 500 regards him as a leading individual in the legal market, and Chambers & Partners ranks him as a top-tier lawyer in Montenegro.

 

About Zlatan Omerspahić – Data Protection Officer at NSoft Company

Zlatan Omerspahić has a Ph.D. in Commercial law, Corporate governance, Contract law, Regulatory issues and is currently serving the role of Data Protection Officer at NSoft.

He has graduated the Faculty of Law at the University of Zenica and has held several compliance-related roles at Sberbank and Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank.

He is responsible, loyal, dedicated and eager to learn about innovative things.

In 2019, Zlatan has been shortlisted at the Global Regulatory Awards 2019 in the category: Data Protection Officer or Team of the year.

Make sure that you are among the delegates of CEEGC Budapest this year for a new and engaging format that is going to increase the engagement and interaction of the attending delegates.

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Browse the official event website for more details: www.ceegc.eu

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Joe Ewens (GamblingCompliance) to moderate the Balkan Gaming Industry Briefing at CEEGC 2019 Budapest

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The Balkan Gaming Industry Briefing returns to Budapest.

There are quite a few changes in the Balkans when it comes to the gaming industry and one of the greatest opportunities which can be materialized by the regulated jurisdictions is the closing of the Albanian market.

It happened a couple of months ago when the Albanian authorities in Tirana banned all gambling activities except the ones in five-star hotels outside urban areas. This leads to some major relocations to Montenegro and Serbia by large gaming operators that have been active in the jurisdiction.

Albania is not the only country in the Western Balkans to take a stand against gambling. In neighboring Kosovo, the parliament also approved draft legislation introducing a complete ban on gambling for the next ten years.

While these tensions are not benefiting the industry in Albania, if we have a look at the other jurisdictions such as Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia, we will be surprised to see that there is yearly growth.

At the 4th edition of the yearly Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference which will take place on the 24th of September at the Ritz-Carlton Budapest, we are bringing back a compliance-related panel discussion which focuses exclusively on the Balkans.

Such a complex panel discussion deserves professional industry insights when it comes to moderating and who would be better to take on this role than Joe Ewens, Managing Editor at GamblingCompliance.

About Joe Ewens
Joe Ewens is the Managing Editor of GamblingCompliance, where he oversees the company’s daily output of news and analysis on the gambling market and its constantly developing regulatory challenges. Joe has been writing about aspects of the European gaming industry since 2008. Prior to his current role, he was the Editor of Coinslot, the historic trade paper for the UK’s machine gaming and amusements industries.

Make sure you take advantage of this unique opportunity of learning and networking with the gambling industry in the CEE and Balkans region via the CEEGC platform which is committed to bringing together industry shareholders and government officials from the region on a yearly base.

Register here or View the Agenda!

Browse the official event website here: www.ceegc.eu

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NSoft has integrated Merkur Gaming’s casino games onto Balkan Bet’s web

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NSoft, an award-winning internationally recognized software solutions provider for the betting industry, has integrated Merkur Gaming casino games onto Balkan Bet`s web. NSoft provides full web solution for the Serbian client that now has extended its offer to exciting casino games as well.

“The process of integration has been performed smoothly and we have had great communication, both with Balkan Bet and Merkur Gaming teams while working on this project. Everything was done very professionally and on time,” commented Ivan Rozić, SVP of Sales & Marketing from NSoft.

NSoft betting solutions for web and support infrastructure foresees easy to manage integration requests from the clients. The overall business set-up is client-oriented which ensures NSoft’s agility to easily handle clients` requests.

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