Veikkaus Confirm Casino Tampere Opening EMEA

The Netherlands - Stakelogic on Gameflex Stakelogic has put pen to paper on a deal that will see its entire portfolio of games made available via Iforium’s Gameflex platform for the first time. The partnership provides Stakelogic with rapid distribution into additional regulated markets such as the UK, Spain and Romania, allowing the developer to showcase its portfolio of classic slots and video slots to more operators than ever before. For Iforium, the partnership allows it to add quality, proven content to its game portfolio including popular Stakelogic titles such as Flappers, The Expendables Megaways and just-launched games Runner Runner Megaways and Book of Cleopatra SuperStake.

Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, said: “We are thrilled to have integrated our full suite of games with Iforium and to be able to leverage its incredible network of operator partners in core regulated markets around the world. Our games are proving to be incredibly popular with players in Europe and other international jurisdictions and as we continue to design and develop even more classic and video slots, we look forward to taking advantage of the increased exposure Iforium provides.”

Phil Parry, CEO of Iforium, said: “One of the reasons why so many tier one operators work with Iforium is our unrivalled portfolio of top-quality online slots and casino content. In that regard, Stakelogic is a great addition, bringing with it a suite of chart-topping games. We believe operators in regulated markets around the world will leap at the chance to add Stakelogic titles to their lobbies, allowing them to deliver the best possible experience to their players and to stand out from their rivals.”

Romania - Greentube partners Game World Greentube has further expanded its footprint in Romania after going live with local operator Game World. The deal is part of Greentube’s existing partnership with Stanleybet, which operates the Game World Group brands in Romania. Game World has been running land-based casino activities in Romania since 1999 and operates the largest gambling hall in the country, Game World Bucharest Mall, where its extensive customer base is already familiar with NOVOMATIC’s land-based titles.

Greentube has significantly grown its presence in the country over the last few months after signing deals with several licensed operators including Baumbet and Mozzartbet. Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO of Greentube, said: “The Romanian market is going from strength to strength for us, with our content proving very popular with a wide demographic of local players. We are thrilled to now go live with yet another well-established local brand and we look forward to working together to provide players with an exciting and thrilling gaming experience.”

Attila Török, Strategy Director at Game World, said: “Greentube’s fantastic games portfolio offers a combination of the strong land-based titles that our customers have a great affinity to, together with the latest online releases which offer innovative features and exciting game play. Its diverse range of content will be a valuable addition to our existing offering.”


Finnish gaming operator Veikkaus has confirmed that its Casino Tampere will be open to the public at the UROS LIVE arena in December 2021

Casino Tampere will start recruiting casino staff step by step after the turn of the year, with the plan to employ 80 people.


Finnish gaming operator Veikkaus has confirmed that its Casino Tampere will be open to the public at the UROS LIVE arena in December 2021. Te arena, which will be located in the center of Tampere, will be ready for inauguration in December 2021. Right from its inauguration, Casino Tampere is aiming to be a trendsetter for the European casino world in terms of responsible gaming and a new type of arena casino. All the games at the casino (slots and tables) will be subject to full authentication. Te same system and the same tools for the self-control of gaming will be adopted at Casino Helsinki in spring 2021.

Sami Aiho, General Manager of Casino Tampere, said: “Veikkaus’ Casinos will be trailblazers in responsible gaming. Te authentication provides our customers with tools for gaming control, which they can use to manage their gaming by, for example, setting limits on their gaming or opting for a total gaming ban.”

A&S Leisure’s £8m Napoleons Casino in Manchester to open


Te A&S Leisure Group’s £8m Napoleons Casino & Restaurant casino, at 57 Portland Street, Manchester, which will create 120 jobs, is to open in Manchester this month.

Interior design has been provided by Chapman Taylor’s Castlefield office, while ISG has taken the lead on the fit-out from its base in Media City.

Te new 24-hour casino will present a range of gaming tables, including American Roulette, Blackjack, Tree Card Poker and Baccarat, plus Electronic Roulette and state- of-the-art electronic slots.

Te casino will also boast a luxurious private dining room, with a stunning restaurant that overlooks the gaming area. Te very striking cocktail bar will undoubtedly be one of the venue’s main focal points. Napoleons Manchester will

At present, all customers entering Casino Helsinki must register themselves. After the reform, customers at the casino must also always show their Casino Cards whilst playing slots or table games. Te authentication system differs from Veikkaus’ other arcades and points of sales, where you must be a loyal customer to authenticate yourself.

Mr Aiho said: “Casino Tampere will be designed in cooperation with Finnish front-row interior designers, together with AV and media specialists. Te interior design of the casino will be a combination of Finnishness – wood and forest – with digital personalised experience surfaces. Te special areas for lounge and social gaming will live to the pace of the events at the UROS LIVE arena, offering new kinds of products and ways of responsible gaming. Trough the experience arena, you can also take part in real-time mobile games if you are a registered Loyal Customer of Veikkaus.”

also host Mahjong and Poker, while complementary Valet Parking will be provided for customers in the evening.

Mark Allen, Chief Executive at Te A&S Leisure Group, commented: “Tis is a very exciting time for the company and we are eager to show Manchester what Napoleons is all about. Our key focus for the business first and foremost, will be on our personalised service to the customer, something that we are very proud of.

“Along with the news of us bringing Napoleons to Manchester, we’d like to announce the appointment of Debbie Phillips to General Manager. Debbie is well- known on the Manchester casino scene and has a successful track record in the industry. We are confident she will drive forward our vision for the venue and help us create an unforgettable entertainment experience. We look forward to welcoming everyone to the new Napoleons Casino and Restaurant this Autumn.”

United Kingdom

Te Gambling Commission has underlined the success of its new online service which supports licensees to manage and maintain personal licences.

Te online service, launched in November 2019 to simplify the personal licence maintenance process, has seen the Commission reducing the processing time of personal licence maintenance applications by 77 per cent, from an average of 53 days to just 12 days.

Te time required for personal licence holders to complete and submit a maintenance application has also come down from several days to under an hour, reducing the administration time for the personal licence holders and optimising efficiency.

Helen Venn, Executive Director said: “We are continuously improving the way we regulate and the continued effectiveness of the Manage your personal licence service demonstrates this commitment.”

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