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Digital Isle of Man invites interested parties to eSports roundtable discussion


Digital Isle of Man attended ICE London to highlight the specialist hands-on support e-Gaming businesses can expect from the Isle of Man Government through its strategic partnership model


“Our strategic partnership model has seen a cross-island advisory board facilitate a more open discussion about what businesses need,” explained Lyle Wraxall, Chief Executive Officer at Digital Isle of Man. “Our excellent digital ecosystem is helping businesses grow – we now have 30 new businesses on the island. With regulators and the private sector working closely together, we are delivering things much more quickly.”


With tech-based companies accounting for 30 per cent of the island’s economy, Digital Isle of Man is a public/private partnership which acts as a decision maker and advisory body for the sector. Alongside the financial benefits, e-infrastructure and professional support businesses can enjoy should they look to locate or relocate to the island, Digital Isle of Man showcased the island’s reputation as an innovative regulator at the forefront of new developments, pointing towards their recent record in being the first jurisdiction to license a blockchain powered lottery run on Ethereum using smart contracts, the first to license operators offering skins betting under


NetGaming’s supercars shifted gears at ICE in expecation of a landmark year


NetGaming’s philosophy of providing players with the best entertainment experience possible was on full display with their 2020 supercar theme


Te creative new casino studio made an impact with two supercars on display in the main thoroughfare of the ExCeL to celebrate the announcement of two automotive brand licence agreements. Delegates at ICE were also offered a chance to enter a competition to win one of five adrenaline-fueled driving experiences, by taking a picture of any NetGaming logo and posting it on social media with the hashtag #NetGaming.


Using proprietary unique game engines and mathematics, NetGaming’s entire portfolio, including the recent release Infinity Battle, were enjoyed by visitors at the NetGaming stand. NetGaming’s CEO, Pallavi Deshmukh, said: “NetGaming stands ready to stake its claim as one of the most exciting providers on the market. With a catalogue of immersive slot titles, ambitious


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“Our UKGC and MGA license applications are under way and we are looking to enter several other key regulated markets,” explained Richard Wanigasekera, Chief Operating Officer at NetGaming. “In the short term, Scandinavia and Spain are our most immediate priorities.


Richard Wanigasekera, COO


plans for international growth and a passionate management team, we look forward to cultivating long-term commercial relationships.”


Te show capped a successful period for the supplier, who has recently signed a series of high- profile distribution deals with Relax Gaming, BetConstruct and EveryMatrix, with several important market entries on the horizon.


“We were formed just over a year ago and found it difficult to differentiate our games in this highly competitive industry, therefore it was decided to approach the market with an alternative take on popular themes in 2019. Our intention for 2020 is to be more experimental and bring unique new content to the market, including two exclusive brand licensed games.”


NetGaming intends to produce a game each month in 2020, alongside the release of two branded games. Te studio is composed of experienced developers, with an exciting and well-known games producer joining the team in the coming months. Watch this space.


Lyle Wraxall, Chief Executive, Abby Kimber, Strategic Partner, and Tony Ure, Head of e-Gaming


regulations protecting RNG integrity and preventing under-age gambling, and the first International Business Centre in the world to create a regulatory structure and licence for debt and investment based crowdfunding platforms.


Twelve months on from launching a Blockchain Office and Sandbox to provide support and regulatory guidance to businesses, the island is now inviting businesses to have an open and transparent discussion about how to make itself a


serious proposition for eSports: “We feel we have lots of good to offer the sector,” said Lyle. “Whilst there are certain legitimacy and reputation issues, it is important to understand eSports is not e-Gaming. We are asking for interested parties to take part in a roundtable discussion about how to make the Isle of Man a jurisdiction for eSports. We have all the licences – this proposition is about legitimacy. Tere are parallels between eSports and e-Gaming which can be used to inform one another.”


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