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Play’n GO Deliver a TESTAMENT to the Slot Industry!



Play’n GO - TESTAMENT to the Slot Industry!
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Play’n GO continue their landmark year of releases with the announcement of their latest title to hit the market, Testament.

Testament is a 5-reel slot inspired by the music of Testament, one of the most influential thrash metal bands in music, more specifically their critically acclaimed 2012 album “Dark Roots of Earth.”

The gameplay is crafted to match the music perfectly, creating a very high volatile game with a huge 20,000x win potential. Featuring three different game modes based on the songs Cold Embrace, Dark Roots of Earth and Throne of Thorns. The game has an explosive free spins feature where the player unlocks sections of the reels to enter the Testament Spins, where all three game mode features combine to unleash the full potential of the game.

As well as pioneering the cascading gridslot format in the industry, Play’n GO are now becoming known as music slot specialists, with the successful release of music-based slots over the last two years including House of Doom, Demon and Sabaton.

The game also continues the slot supplier’s method of creating music slots alongside the artists the games are based on, rather than just using their materials and likenesses, giving the game a more authentic feel to fans of slots and the music itself.

When speaking about the game, CPO Martin Zettergren stressed the importance of authenticity in creating their music slots:

“Creating a slot based on a band or artist carries an extra weight to it. You have to create a fun, unique slot for players to enjoy, but also represent the band and their music to fans accurately.

This game is another “Testament” to our talent for creating entertaining slots, and our diligence in doing so.”

Testament is available to play online from today.

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Hippodrome’s Simon Thomas urges business leaders to stand-up for the industry in his ICE Symposium address



Hippodrome’s Simon Thomas urges business leaders to stand-up for the industry in his ICE Symposium address
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Simon Thomas, Executive Chairman of the world-famous Hippodrome Casino has urged business leaders in the gaming community to ‘stand-up and be proud’ of the socially responsible entertainment offering they provide, particularly in the face of what he described as the constant criticism levelled at the sector by regulators.

Addressing attendees at the annual ICE Symposium which was hosted by the Hippodrome he said: “With the toxic narrative that’s being propagated and which filters through to main stream media, it’s important that we are proud of what we offer.

“The story should not be about problem gambling, which in the UK is at a record low level, but instead the focus should be on what I term ‘healthy gambling’ and the reality of happy consumers enjoying themselves with all the benefits of intellectual stimulation and socialisation.”

In keeping with Clarion Gaming’s philosophy of always working in partnership with its stakeholder communities, delegates participated in a series of curated roundtable sessions with discussion focussed on the future direction of the industry including an assessment of the challenges and opportunities which face the sector over the short, medium and long-terms.

Providing an overview of what he described as the most ‘significant two years’ in the history of ICE and its sister show iGB Affiliate, Clarion Gaming Managing Director Stuart Hunter updated delegates on what the industry can expect when they attend the 2024 events in London and their subsequent relocation to Barcelona in January 2025.

He stated: “Our focus is firmly on making 2024 the best edition of ICE that the industry has ever experienced. ICE was born in London and the city has served the show admirably as it has developed into the most successful and internationally regarded business event for the global gaming industry. I know that many of our exhibitors are planning a strong and creative presence to express their thanks to London for being such a great host city and also to mark the next stage in the development of ICE and iGB Affiliate.”

Providing a glimpse of what visitors and exhibitors can anticipate from their Barcelona show experience, he added: “The move is a generational opportunity to draw-up a new floorplan which we will have ready to view at ICE and iGB Affiliate 2024.

“In addition to being able to deliver enhanced ROI for all of our stakeholders the level of engagement with the city means that we will also be able to deliver an enriched festival style show experience. Make no mistake these are extremely exciting times to be associated with the ICE and iGB Affiliate brands.”

In an action-packed day, ICE Symposium attendees also received a market analysis from Simon French, Managing Director Head of Growth Capital Solutions and Travel & Leisure at Panmure Gordon entitled ‘Gambling the Investment Landscape’.

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MuchBetter Settles Outstanding Wallet Balances with EEA Customers Out of its Own Pocket as UAB PayrNet Continues to Withhold Customer Funds



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MuchBetter has officially resumed service in Europe today after a lengthy disruption due to an investigation into its previous European partner (an electronic money institution that MuchBetter was an intermediary of), UAB PayrNet.

On June 22, 2023, the Bank of Lithuania made an announcement stating that it had decided to revoke UAB PayrNet’s license and initiate bankruptcy proceedings against it due to its severe and continuous regulatory breaches. This included anti-money laundering, reporting, safeguarding customers’ funds, sanctions and other requirements. The Bank of Lithuania also determined that due to revocation of the licence, UAB PayrNet must repay all customer funds within a given timeframe.

UAB PayrNet has since failed to settle with its customers by the August 22 deadline. MuchBetter’s legal team has made several concerted attempts to contact UAB PayrNet, all without success.

In keeping with the MuchBetter ethos of always putting its customers first and to ensure they do not suffer as a result of the UAB PayrNet issues, MuchBetter has chosen to settle the outstanding PayrNet balances of its European customers from its own funds. Settlements will be made via its new European partner with the final settlement figure expected to reach millions of euros.

The move showcases the financial strength of MuchBetter while also demonstrating it has fully invested in its return to the European market. It further expresses MuchBetter’s appreciation for its customers’ continued support and patience. MuchBetter shares its customers’ frustrations at such a lengthy process and decided to settle using its own company funds to prevent further disruption and provide reassurance to customers.

Once customers have accepted updated terms of service and agreements, MuchBetter customers in Europe will have access to both their accounts and previous account balances from before activity was paused in mid-February. More regulatory steps are required in some European countries, so while most customers can now access their funds, a few countries will have to wait a little longer. We will continue to keep our customers informed of developments.

With its return to Europe, MuchBetter has worked on improving the user experience of its digital wallet app, with further new and exciting features being delivered in coming months based on customer feedback and overall innovation.

“Now that the Bank of Lithuania’s investigation into UAB PayrNet has concluded, we are excited to be back operating in Europe,” a MuchBetter spokesperson said. “The Bank of Lithuania has confirmed that we had nothing to do with the UAB PayrNet investigation and we are relieved to now have this behind us. Most importantly, we’re glad we can help ease the worries of our European customers by settling their outstanding balances held by UAB PayrNet rather than waiting for UAB PayrNet to release their funds.

“We’d like to thank our customers for their patience and support and have some exciting things in the pipeline soon, including a loyalty programme.”

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Betting Analytics Website Signs Player Sponsorship Deal with Sheffield Wednesday Veteran Liam Palmer



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MightyTips .com, one of the biggest betting analytics portals with over one million monthly views, concluded another player sponsorship agreement with a Championship club. The latest addition is Sheffield Wednesday full-back Liam Palmer.

Palmer is the fourth player from the Championship to be sponsored by MightyTips .com. Previous deals include Blackburn Rovers midfield captain Lewis Travis, Cardiff City central defender Dimitrios Goutas and Huddersfield Town prospect Scott High.

By sponsoring Palmer for the 2023/24 season, MightyTips .com aims to enhance brand visibility and strengthen its bonds with English football fans and the British sports community in general.

“We are thrilled to unveil Liam Palmer as our latest sponsored player,” the Communications and Marketing Manager for MightyTips .com, Eugene Ravdin, said. “We are eager to see him on the pitch as Sheffield Wednesday strives to make its mark in the Championship after winning promotion. The Championship provides us with unique reach and fan engagement opportunities.”

A club academy product, Palmer is currently Sheffield Wednesday’s longest-serving player with over 350 appearances under his belt. He made his first team debut in 2010 and had since left just once, spending the 2012/13 season on loan with Tranmere Rovers. Such was the impact of the right-back who can also cover centre-back and defensive midfield positions, that he claimed the Sheffield Wednesday Player of the Year awards twice, in 2013/14 and 2022/23.

Palmer made 47 league appearances last season, adding six goals and three assists as Sheffield Wednesday finished third in League One and won promotion. He has also won eight caps for Scotland, in 2019/2021.

The 31-year-old underwent groin surgery in the summer and has featured four times this season as Sheffield Wednesday struggles to make its mark in the Championship early in the season.

Formed in 1867, Sheffield Wednesday is one of the oldest football clubs in the world. It is also one of the most decorated English teams with four league titles, three FA Cups, one League Cup and one FA Community Shield to its name. Sheffield Wednesday has spent most of its history in the top division but has not played at that level since 2000.

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