Playtech moves away from plans to sell Snai amid good trading

Playtech will put aside any plans to sell off its B2C Snaitech business – at least temporarily – after the business determined that its recent success meant it could deliver more value by remaining part of the group. Comments on the subject came from Playtech leadership following the business announcing its H1 results, in which […]

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SkillOnNet expands into Germany with slots from Hölle Games

Online casino operator SkillOnNet has launched into the German market with a series of games developed by German slot specialist Hölle Games. Hölle Games develops its slots to specifically meet German player preferences. The studio has created a unique blueprint for its “Bonus Spin” series of games. The addition of Hölle Games to SkillOnNet’s portfolio […]

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Hölle Games launch with ComeOn and Co.

More German games for more German players Berlin-based start-up Hölle Games has launched with ComeOn, a partnership that includes pedigree brands such as the household name, Sunmaker.  All games will be made available for players, such as the magical “Holla die Waldfee” to the hard rock “Höllische Sieben”, alongside a stable full of Fruit titles. […]

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Gaming Innovation Group signs platform deal with casino operator Kings Media in Ontario

Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (GiG) has today signed an agreement with new strategic partner Kings Media Ltd, best known for operating the ‘King Billy’ casino brand across .com markets, marking its arrival into the newly regulated Ontario province in Canada. The deal will see GiG provide its award winning platform and represents a continued strengthening […]

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Crash games taking off on APIgrator — Slotegrator’s analysis of user preferences

You may have heard about the newe casino games.. that also are based on 100 % luck.. the Crash Games – this is about them: Operators need the right gaming content to stay competitive. That’s why Slotegrator monitors player preferences in different markets around the world on a monthly basis. One recent analysis found that […]

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iGaming Group’s White Label launches Exclusive Partnership With Play’n GO

IGG’s White Label solutions portfolio has confirmed an exclusive partnership deal to launch the latest slot game, Mega Don from Play’n GO, across 35 multi-licensed white label casinos.  The latest deal comes to benefit one of the industry’s most popular content providers in the industry. Play’n GO has continued to establish itself as one of […]

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How in-game conversion technologies make iGaming businesses more competitive

Every year, more and more iGaming companies are using blockchain technology to open up new business opportunities and reduce costs. The embrace of cryptocurrencies has been one of the biggest recent trends in the iGaming industry. To find out what changes have taken place over the past few years, read on. Due to the development […]

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Relax Gaming Names Apparat Gaming as Latest “Powered By” Partner

Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has agreed a Powered by Relax partnership with independent German slot developer Apparat Gaming. As the latest game studio to benefit from the industry’s leading distribution programme, Apparat Gaming has been quick to capitalise on its native market’s online regulation in July 2021, now powered by […]

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Evolution has entered into an agreement to acquire Nolimit City

Evolution AB (publ)’s wholly owned subsidiary, Evolution Malta Holding Limited, (“Evolution”) has entered into an agreement to acquire the entire issued share capital of Nolimit City Holding Ltd (“Nolimit City”) for an upfront consideration of EUR 200 million (the “Transaction”). With earn-outs of up to EUR 140 million the total consideration can amount to up […]

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Online lottery ticket company Jackpot gets funding from top sports executives

Online lottery ticket company Jackpot announced Wednesday that it closed on $35 million in series A funding, led by some of the biggest names in sports who see the promising growth potential in digital lottery sales. The cash infusion could enable Jackpot to start rolling out its website and app later this year in select […]

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