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The Eastern European Gaming Summit 2019 is right around the corner!

George Miller

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In the middle of November, in the heart of Bulgaria, the exciting annual conference on regulation and technical development in Eastern Europe will be taking place. The EEGS, known as the Eastern European Gaming Summit, will bring together not only the entire gaming sector, but also sectors touching upon leisure and tourism to invite different perspectives into the igaming discussion during Nov 19-20, 2019.
The agenda of the event is already live and up to date. There seems to be a handful of hot topics that affect all players in the industry. Those who attend will definitely be absorbing the latest insights and can take advantage of the huge networking opportunity which allows these notable companies to all be under the same roof.

During the highly anticipated conference, an interesting topic that has attracted our attention will take the spotlight. On the first day of the summit, there will be an IMGL (International Masters of Gaming Law) Masterclass where Endorphina’s Head of Legal, Jakub Kolomicenko, with other respectful lawyers such as Stefano Sbordoni and Mikkel Taanum, will discuss Advertisement Restrictions. This is crucial for gaming providers, as it highlights the latest regulations which are necessary to follow and understand from a legal perspective for the igaming industry.

Endorphina’s representative, Jakub Kolomicenko, has recently shared some thoughts on the importance of this topic:
“I am excited to be part of the IMGL Masterclass where we will be discussing Restrictions on Advertising. I will contribute to this updated and heated topic with the perspective of a game software provider.”
We are looking forward to seeing how the event unfolds, to the panel, and the summit itself, as the discussed questions will influence all of us in the igaming industry.

Learn more about Endorphina: https://endorphina.com/

Compliance Updates

Red Rake Gaming continues its regulated market focus with Belarus

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Player-focused casino games developer Red Rake Gaming, based in Spain and Malta, is delighted to announce its newest regulated market, Belarus. Red Rake Gaming made the move due to the demand from its clients and the response of their game content in the region.

Belarus introduced regulations in 2019 with operators required to obtain the relevant licenses ahead of a potential closure for non-regulated operators scheduled to take affect from 1st April 2021, 2 years after it introduced the licensing framework.

A selection of the top performing games will be made available to the Belarus licensed operators which include its records breaking Super12Stars – the non-stop, action packed slot which combines feature games and bonus rounds from all its predecessors in the Super series of games, all of which are firm favourites in the region. Additional titles from the diverse portfolio include Million 7 – giving players a million ways to win, The Asp of Cleopatra, Ryan O’Bryan and Mysteries of Egypt, to mention but a few.

Delivering into regulated markets is at the heart of Red Rake Gaming’s growth strategy, and our latest market entry represents a superb opportunity for the company to further its reach in Belarus.

Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Malta, commented: “We are continuing our commitment to driving our regulated market strategy and Belarus is the first new market for 2020, with more markets in the pipeline. It is important to Red Rake Gaming that we continue to support our clients in new markets strategies. Our games have been notably well received in the region, and we are looking forward to continuing to grow with our clients and delivering the finest games to the Belarusian players.”

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FeedConstruct Partners with Belarusian Premier League

Niji Narayan

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Digital content provider FeedConstruct has partnered with the Belarusian Premier League and secured the right to collect exclusive fast betting data from the matches.

“We are happy to start our cooperation with the Belarusian Premier League. Our collaborative work not only will extend the league’s reach and popularity, but support our network of operators with а first-hand credible sporting data,” George Arabatlian, Head of FeedConstrcut, said.

The partnership guarantees secure and fast delivery of reliable data to licensed sportsbook operators.

The Belarusian Premier League rarely gets a mention in normal circumstances yet it is attracting attention from foreign fans as one of the few places around the globe – and the only place in Europe – where football is still being played.

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Bulgarian Gambling Regulator Suspends Eurofootball Licence

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The Bulgarian State Commission on Gambling has suspended the licence of bookmaker Eurofootball for three months over unpaid taxes.

The commission said that Eurofootball could resume betting activities if it pays 329 million levs ($182.11 million) to the state within three months.

Eurofootball was founded in 1990 and became hugely successful with more than 800 betting shops operating around the country.

The Bulgarian government has been unable to formulate a proper law governing sports betting for some time now. Eurofootball has been the sole bookmaker in the country for many years.

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