Gauselmann UK Unveils 360 Programme EMEA

Lithuania - Nese increases Link King venues After its recent debut in the Baltic state of Lithuania, Zitro’s Link King has become an instant player favourite, encouraging the Nesé gaming group to add a second Link King installation at its venue in Vilnius, following success in Klaipeda.

Rokas Andrijauskas, Head of Slot Department at Nesé Casinos, explained: “We have been observing the rapid growth of Zitro for a while before adding their slots to our offering and have witnessed with great excitement that our clientele has embraced this product as expected. Now we look forward to inaugurating a Link King bank in a second location.“

Nadège Teyssedre, Sales Director of Zitro for EMEA commented: “Link King has proven to be a product that performs on any casino floor. We are thrilled that the Nesé Group has given us the opportunity to demonstrate this in their venues and look forward to sharing some of our other incredible games we have in the pipeline with their casinos very soon.”

Denmark - New land-based licences The Danish Gaming Authority (Spillemyndigheden) is now accepting applications for land-based casino licences in the jurisdiction, until 29 January 2021, including casinos on board Danish ships.

Licence applications will be considered by local municipalities, police directors, the Ministry of Taxation, Ministry of Business, and the Danish Maritime Authority, where relevant. Permission to operate land-based casinos is granted for up to 10 years at a time. Denmark currently has 8 active licences for land-based casinos, including two on board ferries. A further permit has been issued for a land-based casino in Copenhagen, which is expected to open at the end of 2020.

Ukraine - FeedConstruct signs hockey deal FeedConstruct has struck an exclusive deal with the Ukrainian Hockey League as part of a collaboration that will see FeedConstruct and UHL deliver up to 200 matches. FeedConstruct has a wide range of data solutions that will offer live scouting data, live video streaming and odds feed during the Championship of 2020/21. Games will be delivered by top-ranked teams to provide sports fans with quality content from scouts and skilled operators.

Belarus - CT Gaming Int. market certification CT Gaming Interactive has received certification for a range of its slots from the Belorussian regulator, further extending the company’s presence across Europe and cementing its strategy of being among the key suppliers in regulated markets. The approval ensures that CT Gaming Interactive slot games can go live with Belarus’ online operators. The most popular of the company’s titles will soon roll out to the market, including 20 Star Party, 40 Mega Slot, 40 Treasures, Lucky Clover, Pot O’Luck.

Greece - Inspired adds basketball with OPAP Inspired Entertainment has launched its Virtual Basketball game in Greece, which is now available across the entire OPAP retail estate of approximately 3,700 venues. V-Play Basketball, which includes Euro League and Greek League Basketball, joins V- Play Soccer 3.0 and Matchday as the third channel of Virtual Sports within OPAP betting shops.


Gauselmann UK is setting new standards of player protection with the launch of 360 – a programme commited to social responsibility

“I believe that in 360 we have created the most comprehensive safer gambling programme in the UK,” Sascha Blodau, GM Gauselmann UK


Gauselmann UK is setting 'new standards of player protection' with the launch of 360 – a programme which cements the company’s continuous commitment to social responsibility.

360 has been developed following close consultation with the Global Gambling Guidance Group (G4) whose accreditation programme helps organisations to establish a responsible gambling culture and implement initiatives that minimise the harms caused by problem gambling. G4’s wide-ranging audit, which included a cultural assessment based on interviews conducted among staff working at all levels of the organisation, was documented in a dedicated Gauselmann UK specific Action Work Programme.

Committed to making the G4 audit into more than simply a box ticking exercise, Gauselmann UK is establishing the infrastructure required to ensure social responsibility is always front and centre stage of the business, led by an Advisory Board of senior executives and external specialists.

Te six-person Advisory Board will set key

Spearhead Studios, EveryMatrix and BetConstruct deal


BetConstruct, EveryMatrix, and Spearhead Studios have entered into a strategic partnership which aims to bring together all the parties in a close working relationship to attract new audiences and offer new content to operators across many jurisdictions.

While BetConstruct is set to expand its portfolio with Spearhead Studios’ slot and table games offering, EveryMatrix will integrate BetConstruct’s Virtual Sports into its CasinoEngine iGaming integration platform to further deliver it to its casino clients.

Mathias Larsson, Managing Director of Spearhead Studios, comments: “We’re excited to be partnering with BetConstruct,

objectives and KPIs, establish a method of measuring success, bring new ideas to the table and explore best practice which will include drawing on the experience of other jurisdictions and across other industries.

One of the most tangible features of 360 and one which will drive its objectives throughout the business is the appointment of a Customer Experience Manager, a new dedicated, single role post that will report directly to the CEO.

“Te aim in everything that we do – whether that’s games design, customer service, or the experience of visiting one of our 160 Merkur Cashino AGCs – is to be the very best in the business and that also extends to delivering the most effective social responsibility undertakings” stated Sascha Blodau, General Manager Gauselmann (UK).

“When it comes to protecting the vulnerable and the very small percentage of players who may experience problems from low stake gambling entertainment, you can never do enough, it’s a journey without there actually being a final destination.”

well-known iGaming company which has managed to extend its reach greatly in the last years. Our games will benefit from BetConstruct’s wide distribution channels.

“On the other hand, CasinoEngine will integrate BetConstruct’s Virtual Sports portfolio, which I think is a wonderful addition, especially considering the global situation in which we find ourselves in, with live sports under a lot of pressure. Tis partnership is beneficial for all parties involved, and I’m sure in the future we’ll find new ways to be working together on other verticals and products as well.”

Anna Poghosyan, Head of Business Development at BetConstruct says: “We are assured that our Virtual Sports with its luxurious and feature- rich gameplay will delight our partner’s players, thus contributing profits to their business.”


Greentube is bolstering its player protection systems with Neccton’s AI-based Responsible Gaming solution, mentor, across its consumer-facing portfolio. Having first launched with ADMIRAL Casino UK and with more real-money brands set to follow, the tool helps Greentube identify problem gambling in real-time and automatically interacts with players showing harmful behaviour. Te mentor back-office system tracks specific metrics that could indicate that somebody is spending more than they can afford, such as chasing losses, in-session deposits, failed deposits and cancelled withdrawals, and alerts operators instantly. Te solution communicates directly with players via customised texts detailing changes in play or overspending and includes information that allows them to analyse their behaviour and compare against the player base.

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