New deal extends distribution of innovative portfolio across new markets
Evoplay Entertainment, the innovative game development studio, has continued to expand its global market presence by signing with leading operator Leonbets.
The deal will see Evoplay Entertainment’s full portfolio of more than 60 slots, table, and instant games go live with Leonbets.
Alexander Levchenko, CEO at Evoplay Entertainment said: “We are delighted to sign with Leonbets, one of the industry’s fastest growing operators.
“The Leonbets team’s reputation as a great partner and an operator with a strong focus on customer enjoyment precedes them and we are sure this will be the start of a long chapter of productive and successful co-operation together.”
Dimitry Popov, spokesperson for Leonbets, said:“Evoplay Entertainment’s games are a fantastic asset alongside our existing content, and we’re thrilled to have them on board.
“Their innovative 3D/VR slots will be available to all our players and we’re looking forward to seeing how excited they will be.”
Despite only being founded in 2017, Evoplay Entertainment’s portfolio already includes more than 60 slots, table, and instant games. With a development focus on responding to a new generation of players’ demands for more immersive, innovative gameplay, it is the industry’s first development studio to have developed two full HD and VR in-browser slots.
Its most recent, Sprinkle, unveiled at ICE 2019 in February. Unique for its mobile-first mechanics and the 360’ degree 3D / VR in-browser capabilities, allowing players to rotate, zoom in and out, as well as swiping left or right on their mobiles to change their bets automatically.
In addition, the studio has recently finalised the industry’s first RPG (role playing) slot, Dungeon, an HTML5 mobile game designed for a new generation of users and presenting them with a truly immersive experience.
Instead of regular pay symbols and pay patterns, the game’s mechanics follow a player’s 3D character as he battles monsters and accumulates loot when victorious.
PopOK Gaming Has Received a Certificate for Georgia
The innovative iGaming developer and service provider PopOK Gaming is now certified to offer its games in Georgia.
PopOK Gaming now extends its iGaming activities to Georgia as well. This way, local players will have access to our engaging games already loved by many. 18 games, such as Yummy, Lost Treasure, Diamond Flash, 20 Hot Bar, Sultan’s Tale, Los Apaches and others, will bring a breath of fresh air to all players and make their leisure more colourful, tasty and enjoyable.
PopOK Gaming’s local partners will surely get a lot of benefits from this, being able to deliver certified games to their customers. The gain is totally worth it, with the clear potential to drive high traffic to operators’ websites and greatly contribute to their business growth.
Regarding this certificate acquisition PopOK Gaming CEO, Karen Gulkanyan said, “Since iGaming is regulated strictly in Georgia, it’s a huge step forward to deliver our games to the Georgian audience. The path is not easy, yet we are full of hope that our lucrative solutions will immediately appeal to the regional players and increase business revenue for partners, laying the foundation for long-term cooperation”.
On Air Entertainment to go live with Georgia studio
Global provider of premium live casino content to open state-of-the-art four-floor studio in Tbilisi with 130 tables and a team of 1,700
On Air Entertainment, the go-to provider of thrilling live casino content, is set to break ground and a brand-new studio located in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi as part of wider global expansion plans.
The four-floor studio will contain 130 tables for English Blackjack and Roulette, with each set against stunning backdrops that have been designed to capture the unique atmosphere of a buzzing land-based casino floor.
This is the fast-growing provider’s third studio and takes its total table capacity to 220 and comes shortly after announcing it had been given the green light to open a studio in Romania.
The Georgia studio benefits from cutting-edge digital environments as well as high-definition cameras and powerful microphones. This ensures games are broadcast to the highest quality and deliver a superior player experience at all times.
The facility will be run by a team of 1,500 – 2,000, including game presenters as well as operations and technology units.
OnAir expects to open the doors of its Georgia studio in Q1 2023 with operators already showing interest in adding these tables to their portfolios.
After launching its first blackjack table in November 2021, OnAir has since worked tirelessly to enhance its offering with the addition of roulette, speed roulette and auto roulette and 9 Pots of GoldTM StreamIconTM Edition to follow on 16 August and 6 September respectively.
The OnAir network is also certified in key regulated markets including the Isle of Man, the UK, Greece, Ontario, Latvia, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and Malta.
Mathijs Beugelink, Head of Operations at OnAir Entertainment, said: “We have quickly become the go-to provider of premium live casino content and the demand for our games continues to increase at pace, which is why we have an ambitious roadmap for new studio launches.
“Our Georgia studio really is cutting edge and the technologies it contains allow us to deliver an unrivalled player experience at all times.
“It is great to be able to bring so many jobs to the wonderful city of Tbilisi and we look forward to growing out our team with the best talent in the business. This is a significant milestone for OnAir Entertainment and for the operators that we work with.”
Vasileios Martharis, Head of Studio, Georgia, at OnAir Entertainment, added: “OnAir’s Georgia studio will be one of the most advanced in the industry and will allow us to further strengthen our position as a tier-one live dealer provider to operators in regulated markets around the world.
“I am looking forward to building out the team that will run the studio with me and bringing such a significant employment opportunity to Tbilisi. OnAir is committed to becoming the leading provider of live casino content in the industry, and this studio is another step towards achieving this goal.”
Armenian Parliament Restricts Advertising of Gambling
By a vote of 63 to 23 abstentions, the Armenian parliament has passed in the second and final reading a set of changes to the law on advertising, which restrict the advertisement of gambling by casinos, lotteries, bookmakers or other organisations that provide the opportunity to make bets. The changes also ensure a level playing field for the industry.
Gambling advertising is allowed only in four-star and higher hotels, border checkpoints and the front of buildings offering gambling. Advertising in other places is prohibited.
The changes were criticised by advertising companies, which claim that about 60-70% of their income is generated through online gambling games. However, according to the government, there are other estimates showing that this figure is only 20-25%.
According to the government, the changes are prompted by the fact that more and more people, especially young ones, are getting addicted to gambling. It says the number of bets made in 2020 increased 6 times as opposed to 2018.
During earlier debates in the parliament on the proposed changes, the head of the parliamentary committee on economic issues Babken Tunyan said that 3.2 trillion dram worth bets had been made in the country from January to November 2021. For comparison, he stressed that the government’s revenues last year amounted to about 1.6 trillion drams.
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