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Highlight Games announces virtual sports deal with Goldbet

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London-based Video Virtual Sports Specialist Highlight Games Limited today announces that it has entered into a multi-year contract with leading Italian gaming provider, GoldBet.

Following the agreement, Highlight’s flagship SOCCERBET game – in both Italian and English versions – will be available to GoldBet customers in league and single match formats in retail locations and via mobile and online channels. In addition, the recently announced NBA Last 90 scheduled game for retail will also soon be available to players.

SOCCERBET is now available with leading Italian operators including GoldBet, Sisal, Lottomatica, Snaitech and Eurobet, where it is the #1 performing virtual sports product across all channels.

Tim Green, CEO, Highlight Games, said: “I’m delighted to announce this agreement with GoldBet which further broadens and strengthens Highlight Games’ presence in the Italian virtual sports market. SOCCERBET has already proven incredibly popular with existing customers and this is reflected in the product’s availability via an increased number of channels and locations in Italy since its launch earlier this year. Highlight Games’ exclusive products are changing the face of the graphical virtual sports market and we look forward to launching additional games from our growing portfolio, including the recently announced NBA Last 90, with our partners in Italy.”

Carlo Di Maio, Managing Director, GoldBet, added: “GoldBet is thrilled to be introducing SOCCERBET to its customers in partnership with Highlight Games. SOCCERBET’s product innovation and entertainment value has truly captured the imagination of Italian players, and we look forward to delivering it, along with the brilliant new NBA games, to our customers. GoldBet is always committed to providing its customers with the most entertaining, reliable and safe contents available in the market, and Highlight Games’ products certainly fulfil that brief.”

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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Freebets & BetRadar Join Forces to Help Punters Back a Winner

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Freebets.com have partnered up with BetRadar to offer punters a better package and take sports betting to the next level.

After a successful trial using the Beta version, Freebets.com will make their expertise even more readily available by including the full BetRadar widget across their site and in predictions and previews.

It will provide all manner of information to help punters make more informed decisions on their wagers. Data will be provided covering a number of different angles including, team news, live tables and fixtures, head-to-head analysis and player information such as goal scorers, assists and more.

The partnership will enhance the betting experience considerably, with real-time data that offers a much fuller picture of football fixtures across the world. The widgets are putting betting fans on a level playing field with the likes of Roy KeaneGary Neville and Jamie Carragher, with the same level of insight as any pundit on Super Sunday.

As well as first-class insight from the Freebets.com team, you can now expect to find the likes of win probability for every fixture, analysis of a team’s previous fixtures and even the opportunity to follow live scores integrated into previews and predictions.

It’s time to take betting to the next level and Freebets are at the very forefront as they look to help punters become more informed than ever and increase the chances of a win.

 

About Freebets.com: 

Freebets.com is one of the country’s leading betting affiliate sites, working with all the big names in the business to bring punters expert tips, previews and the best free bet offers.

With almost 10 years in the game they continue to provide thousands of punters daily with help, support and plenty of winners.

You can view their full offering at: www.freebets.com.

Source: Freebets.com

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Which payment methods can Germany rely on for gambling in the future?

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German players will have to continue playing online casino games without PayPal. The online financial service has cut ties with internationally licensed operators after an injunction was served by the government on October 21st. Transactions to and from online casinos will no longer be available as a result. Several sites such as iGaming Business, have reported that products without authorization by state jurisdictions will be banned.

With German residents restricted from using PayPal as a deposit option for online casinos, we ask what the future holds as far as payment methods goes in Germany. 

Online gambling in Germany

Online gambling is legal in the local state of Schleswig-Holstein, which issues online casino licenses for operators. Between 2008 and 2012, this was the only state where gambling was allowed in the country. In an attempt to open up the market, new rules came into effect in 2012 on a state by state basis. But this has led to more confusion among players trying to make sense of the strict regulations put in place.

While there is a crackdown on the online casinos in the country, sports betting is still available with PayPal. To get a better understanding of what is really going on we asked Thomas Hahn, German gambling market expert at Leadstar Media, to clarify matters.

“The issue is for companies operating both casino and sportsbook under the same umbrella, if the two are associated with each other, they are not allowed to offer PayPal as a payment option any longer.”

Some online gambling operators have therefore separated their online casino product and sportsbooks. According to their site MyWettbonus.de, german betting sites with PayPal is still a viable option for the players. 

When asked what this means for them as an affiliate, he said:

“The German market is a big one for us, so obviously it hasn’t gone unnoticed as this is kind of a big deal in Germany. We’ve had to make some changes to stay up to date with the current bookmakers that offer PayPal as well as the online casinos we list on MyCasinoFreunde.de. It’s too early yet for us to see any impact of this, but Germany is a country that adapts swiftly to new trends. As long as we update our visitors with the latest information in regards to this and offer other solutions, it shouldn’t have too much of a negative impact on us. ” 

The future of online gambling in Germany

Online casinos are still not allowed to market towards consumers outside of Schleswig-Holstein, but that might soon change. The remaining 15 states in Germany have plans to license online sports betting in the coming years. June 30th 2021 has been earmarked as the date for states to have reached a consensus. 

Whether or not PayPal’s new German terms of service will still be effective by then is unknown at this point. New payment methods have the potential to rise in Germany, leading to a battleground in terms of market share.  

Right now, exciting payment providers such as Trustly and Klarna are options available to the German market and are set to increase in popularity with PayPal out of the equation. On top of that the likes of Apple Pay and Google Pay are also well placed to benefit in the future.

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BTG Launches its Millionaire Mystery Box Slot

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Big Time Gaming has launched its Millionaire Mystery Box slot exclusively with the Gaming Innovation Group’s Rizk.com online casino.

This 5-reel game has 243 different ways to win with mystery boxes thrown in. Inside the mystery boxes, you’ll discover any possible symbol, including special symbols such as the wild and scatter. Hitting the scatters will transport you into the hot seat, where you can win up to 24 free spins and a multiplier of up to 50× for the chance to win big money.

“Who Wants to Be Millionaire the TV show lends itself well to slot adaption because it already contains gambling elements coupled with the chance to win dizzying amounts of money. We retained the core elements that made Millionaire Megaways a hit, but we’ve added rich new features and a fun element of surprise. We know Rizk players are already loving it, but what would you expect from the thought leaders of modern slot development,” Nick Robinson, BTG’s CEO said.

“I’m delighted by the launch of Big Time Gaming’s newest blockbuster, Millionaire Mystery Box, exclusively on Rizk. The game has been a big hit with our players and, because it’s a household name and has excellent artwork and mechanics, it has provided some excellent marketing content. We want to extend a big thank you to Nik and all the team at BTG for coming up with another smash hit,” Ross Parkhill, Managing Director at GiG said.

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