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Sportingtech to distribute WeAreCasino Games to 377BET

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Sportingtech, igaming platform, sports betting and casino provider, will exclusively distribute WeAreCasino multiple games under its Pulse Platform to 377BET.

Sportingtech will empower 377BET’s casino portfolio

This is the second deal to be done under this model, after the cooperation made with Betzest. Sportingtech cherishes third-party integrations and is continuously looking forward to providing its customers with services and solutions that are not part of the current offer.

Cooperation with WeAreCasino (WAC) will empower 377BET’s casino portfolio with exclusive new titles that will be gradually released during 2019 and 2020.

WAC offers a huge number of world-class quality games. As part of this partnership, popular titles like Blazing City Night, Fruity Outlaws, Lucky Memes, Waikiki Heroes and many more, will be launched by 377BET using Sportingtech’s Pulse as a distribution platform. New themed slots, produced exclusively to 377BET players will also be released.

Upcoming casino offering expansion

“It’s amazing to agree on the cooperation with companies like 377BET and WeAreCasino. 377BET is a well-established international brand, with multiple licenses and offices around the world. Under Sportingtech platform, we are sure player experience will be improved with excellent games full of adrenaline, trophies, fun, features, and exciting prizes, and 377BET will definitely experience an increase in their retention rates,” expressed Tiago Almeida, Sportingetch’s CEO.

“Realizing the massive importance of ever-growing casino vertical, we have the opportunity to reinforce Sportingtech’s casino offering. Following the deal with Evolution Gaming, we are preparing for a big expansion of new suppliers during 2019 Q4, 2020 and the entire year of 2021. WeAreCasino is premium games vendor, and having them in our offer is crucial to our expansion into emerging markets in Africa and Latin America.”

Marko Jelen, Head of Sales at WeAreCasino added: “I’m really delighted of this multiple cooperation between the three companies. It shows the right approach to create a successful product by professionals in their field. From our part, I’m pretty sure we’ll deliver a full range of our existing, and especially some new video slots that can boost the market. Upon this, we’ll add also some of our third-party partners blockbuster and a complete Evenbet poker solution.

Ali Rabah, Managing Director of 377BET commented: “When we started 377BET back in 2012, we were far to imagine someday we could create our own slots. Since then, our expansion continues, and it is gratifying to see how fast and aggressively we have expanded since we have initiated our partnership with Sportingtech.


We are always looking to improve the quality of our Sportsbook and Casino offer and we believe this new premium content, full of exclusive and vibrant slots will allow us to sustain even more of our leadership as one of the most trusted brands in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

 

Meet Sportingtech to discuss business opportunities

In case you want to meet Sportingtech’s team and find out more about its sports betting offering or other products, you can do so by sending an email to [email protected] or [email protected], and arranging a meeting, whether it’s a Skype call or a meeting in person at one of the upcoming igaming events.

To learn more about Sportingtech, please visit this link: http://bit.ly/31M9lj6.

About Sportingtech

Sportingtech is igaming platform provider bringing you advanced technology product package for running online and land-based betting and gambling operations for any market. With offices in Malta, Portugal and Curacao, the company strives to develop ground-breaking solutions for the operators, targeting some of the most demanding jurisdictions.

Knowing how sports betting and games of chance have progressed in the last decade as well as market demands regarding the software, information technology systems, legislation requirements, we at Sportingtech make it easier for you to overcome all these challenges.

 

About 377BET

377BET offers the best action-packed games, every hot new slot and live dealer casinos, and the best promotions. With over 10 years of experience, 377BET are focused on creating one of the most exciting, sports and casino betting sites in the world. 377 brand covers more than 60 sports – and every day looking for new ways to make things bigger and better.

 

About WeAreCasino

WeAreCasino is a real novelty in the online gaming industry. WAC is a young and dynamic company, aiming to become one of the world’s largest online casino gaming providers.

We provide games exclusively designed for some of the world’s biggest operators! Our portfolio contains a wide range of HTML5 casino games, which showcase gorgeous graphics, animation and lightness, guaranteeing premium experience.

WeAreCasino owns a proprietary Gaming Engine, Remote Gaming Server, mathematic, RNGs and standard integration API, allowing clients to generate their personalized games. This also provides easier feature integration and exceptional quality, whether you’re playing on mobile or desktop. We also offer a selection of tools dedicated to other areas of the gaming industry (such as sports betting) and a number of third-party products, which are already integrated and available with the same integration API.

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UNISON announce partnership with YGAM

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UNISON, the UKs largest trade union, has partnered with the national charity Young Gamers & Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) to provide their members with expert training on gambling and gaming-related harms.

As part of a £10 million National Gambling Education Programme supported by members of the Betting & Gaming Council, the charity is providing free accredited workshops and resources to anyone who works with or cares for young people. Research from the Children’s Commissioner shows 93% of children play video games and Gambling Commission research shows there 55,000 11-16 years olds classified as problem gamblers in England, Scotland and Wales.

Designed to build digital resilience, the workshops cover key information on gaming and gambling in the UK. The resources will provide UNISON members with the tools needed to safeguard young people from the potential risks of gambling and gaming-related harm, including lesson plans, activities, signs to look out for and information on where to go for advice and support. All training sessions have been externally evaluated and are assured by the principle awarding bodies, City & Guilds and ASDAN.

Due to the COVID19 pandemic, YGAM has accelerated the digital transformation of their training so it can be delivered online. UNISON members can book onto the free session by visiting the YGAM website – https://www.ygam.org/book-a-workshop/.

Commenting on the partnership Teresa Donegan, Head of Learning and Organising at UNISON said: “We are really pleased to have developed this relationship with YGAM, their training and resources are really excellent and will be an invaluable resource to our members to support them in their work with young people across public services whether it be in youth, community or social services or in the further or higher education sector.”

UNISON has over 1.3 million members and have initially organised for YGAM to run several national sessions and hope to follow this up with a host of regional training through the UNISON regional education teams across the country.

Stevie Milward one of UNISON’s national Learning and Workforce Development Officers recently attended the training and was shocked at how gambling-related behaviour is encouraged by many computer and mobile games and the ease with which young children can become accustomed to it. “Many parents won’t realise what their children are being subjected to on a regular basis and it is great to be able to have the ability to work with those practitioners that deal with children and young people (and their parents in some instances) on a daily basis, in their work, so that they can pass on the education they receive from the training to help keep those young people safer.” said Stevie.

Kev Clelland, Operations Director at YGAM, said: “We are delighted to be working with UNISON. We are constantly listening to the needs of practitioners and young people and it is very clear from these conversations that the workers that UNISON represents need and appreciate our resources more than ever.  YGAM’s vision is for all young and vulnerable people to be safe from gaming and gambling related harms and this collaboration will help us reach thousands of young people to raise awareness of the potential risks of gambling and gaming related harm.”

YGAM recently launched a new leading-edge ‘Parent Hub’ website to provide resources and expert advice around gaming and gambling to support families to build up their children’s resilience and establish a healthy online/offline balance. The new website has received endorsements from parents, teachers, safeguarding officers and the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) who labelled the resources ‘vitally important’ for parents. www.parents.ygam.org

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CT Gaming Interactive`s games go live with Parimatch

George Miller

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CT Gaming Interactive`s games are now live with Parimatch as the international supplier provided the renowned betting platform with game content from its rich portfolio of slots.

Parimatch customers now have access to an innovative selection of our most played games, including Ramses the Great, Lucky Clover, Moon Lord, Fluff Tails, Bombay Gems. Our offerings provide immersive gaming experience, appealing graphics, and unique game mechanics and we are happy to provide it to Parimatch”, Lachezar Petrov, General Manager at CT Gaming Interactive commented.

By rolling out its games with Parimatch, CT Gaming Interactive sees the potential to significantly enhance its presence in the iGaming market and will continue to build on this promising partnership.

“We are happy to work with Parimatch who shares our passion for delivering top quality gaming experiences. We are thrilled of the potential this partnership has and looking forward to extending it further”, said Mr. Petrov.

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Marc Etches to step down as CEO of GambleAware

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After almost a decade as Chief Executive, Marc Etches has announced he will step down from his role as Chief Executive of GambleAware at the end of March 2021.

Under Marc Etches’ leadership, GambleAware has evolved to become the primary commissioner and convenor of services dedicated to reducing and preventing gambling harms in Great Britain. Formerly known as the Responsible Gambling Trust, the charity is now guided by a public health approach, overseen by a wholly independent and expert Board of Trustees, and works collaboratively with those in the public health sector, including the NHS, public health agencies, local authorities and voluntary sector organisations.

Marc Etches has led a substantial increase in funding and donations during his time as CEO and leading members of the Betting and Gaming Council have recently committed further funding of £100 million for the next four years. The charity now has £40m of grant funding under active management and the additional pledged funding will help GambleAware to continue to develop the National Gambling Treatment Service with its partners across England, Scotland and Wales.

The process to select a new Chief Executive will be led and overseen by GambleAware’s Board of Trustees. As GambleAware enters into the next stage of its evolution, the independent Board will look to appoint someone with appropriate expertise, including in commissioning healthcare services, who will be able to continue to ensure gambling harms are understood and tackled as a matter of public and individual health and wellbeing.

Commenting on Marc Etches’ departure, Kate Lampard CBE, Chair of GambleAware said:

“It has been a pleasure working with Marc over the past four years and he has taken the charity from strength to strength. As a result of his hard work, GambleAware has developed the expertise and sustainability to continue to deliver and work with partners across the healthcare spectrum to prevent and protect against gambling harms. I look forward to continuing this important work with a new Chief Executive next year.”

Marc Etches also commented: “It has been an extraordinary privilege to serve as CEO for nearly a decade and I am enormously proud of the charity’s development and the contribution it makes, in partnerships with others, to keeping people safe from gambling harms.

With the prospect of a new era of increased funding and wider commissioning responsibilities, it is the right time for the charity to find someone with the skills and expertise necessary to take it into the next stage of its evolution.

I want to thank the Board of trustees and the entire staff team at GambleAware for their hard work and commitment to the charity’s purpose as well as for their magnificent personal support of me.”

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