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Asia – Huge jump in Habanero revenues

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Habanero is celebrating a record-breaking start to 2017, with clients’ gross gaming revenue derived from its portfolio of titles over the past 12 months growing by an average of 15.3 per cent month on month. The huge uptick makes Habanero one of the fastest-growing developers in the industry, with its current performance showing no signs… Read more »

Australia – Australia’s Senate bans online poker and in-play sports betting

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Australia’s Senate has banned online poker and in-play sports betting. In doing so, the country’s Senate rejected a proposal by a majority of 46-6 that would prevent online poker from being banned under the new Interactive Gambling Amendment Bill. The Interactive Gambling Amendment Bill 2016 has been under consideration in the Senate since late last… Read more »

Slovenia – Dafabet expands Player Engagement with Comtrade

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Comtrade Gaming has integrated its iCore – The Enterprise Gaming Platform as Dafabet’s complete back-end solution. After a multi-phase approach and no downtime deployments, the platform introduces new features that continue Dafabet’s distinguished player experience. iCore – The Enterprise Gaming Platform manages multi-channel customer relationships, analyses online activity and improves operational strategies to unlock business… Read more »

Asia – Habanero signs GWIN agreement

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Habanero has strengthened its position in Asia after striking a deal to supply mobile platform provider GWIN with its full suite of HTML5 games. As part of the deal, Habanero will make its catalogue of slots, table games and video poker titles available to the mobile platform and content provider, including blockbuster titles Koi Gate,… Read more »

Australia – Playstudios launches with three new Australian partners

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Playstudios, a developer of top-ranking, free-to-play casino games has expanded its in-game loyalty program with the addition of rewards from three new Australian partners. Jeff Netzer, Vice President of Business Development for Playstudios said: “Our games are becoming increasingly popular in the UK and Australia, and it’s been a top priority for us to secure… Read more »

Asia – Nolimit City moves into Asia

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Online casino platform and game developer Nolimit city has entered the Asian market for the first time via a deal to provide content distributor QTech Games with its high definition slots. The deal will see QTech’s partners gain access to mobile-optimised blockbuster games such as Oktoberfest, Space Arcade, and Creepy Carnival, with a raft of… Read more »

New Zealand – NYX Gaming to deliver FOB platform to New Zealand Racing Board

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NYX Gaming has entered into a new contract with New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) for the detailed design phase of its new Fixed Odds Betting (FOB) platform project. OpenBet, as the wholly owned sportsbook division of NYX, will work with NZRB to automate and enhance its largely manual fixed odds betting business. The partnership will… Read more »

India – Nagaland approves skill gaming

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Nagaland, a state in Northeast India, has issued its first licenses for online games of skill to online poker operator khelo365.com and online rummy company clubempire.in. Currently the license only covers the games of poker and rummy, which have both been classed as skill-based games. The government plans to issue another ten licences in the… Read more »

Australia – Digital Sports Tech extends reach in Australia

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The Australian distributor for Digital Sports Tech, a B2B provider of next generation sports betting solutions, has signed a deal with TopSport to provide the Australian operator with its unique player proposition betting offering Player Props. TopSport will be launching Digital Sport Tech’s Player Props, where customers will be able to customise and create their… Read more »

China – $60bn passed through illegal online Chinese casino

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China’s largest illegal online gaming site generated revenues of $60bn before it was shut down up by authorities. The internet casino games998.net was launched in 2012 from China before being relocated to Vietnam in an attempt to stay under the radar. Players exchanged real money for game coins to participate in dozens of casino games… Read more »