Betixon granted UK license

Mobile-focused casino games studio Betixon has been granted a Casino Software and Game Host (Casino) license from the UK Gambling Commission.

The license will enable the group to go live in Europe’s biggest iGaming market once it has  of leading UK-focused operators.  commitment to working in regulated markets, since it already holds a Romanian Class 2 Gaming  Lithuania, Estonia, Italy, Colombia, with more set

to come onstream in the near future. Lior Cohen, Co-Founder & CTO of Betixon, commented: “We are delighted to have received our UK Gambling Commission license. It not only demonstrates our ongoing strategy to increase our global footprint but also our commitment to working within regulated markets. “We are extremely proud of our games  premium games “Fortune Breakers”, which will be jam packed with intensive graphics and features. We can’t wait to share this with operators as we continue our stride into new markets.”

As an up-and-coming studio specialising in  making a name for itself as a rising star within the iGaming industry, working with leading iGaming brands around the globe.

Evolution Live Casino selected by FanDuel to expand US casino offering

Evolution has announced that it has signed an agreement with the FanDuel Group to offer its Live Casino product to FanDuel casino customers in the US. The agreement enables FanDuel to expand its Live Casino offering in the US market and will see Evolution Live Casino games added to FanDuel’s existing casino product offering, initially from Evolution’s Pennsylvania studio. The agreement also allows for FanDuel to complement its existing live games line-up in New Jersey with Evolution live casino titles (in addition

to the existing offering from Ezugi, which became part of Evolution in January 2019). Jesse Chemtob, GM of Casino at FanDuel Group, said: “We’re really excited to offer our loyal customers more Live Casino games. We see Live Casino as a key driver for continued online casino market growth in the US and FanDuel will now have access to Evolution’s entire Live Casino portfolio.” Johan Nordstrom, Chief Executive Officer Malta and Chief Commercial Officer at Evolution, added: “Late last year we signed a landmark deal with Flutter Entertainment brands Paddy Power and Betfair. Now we are delighted to be working with another Flutter brand, FanDuel, in the fast-growing US market.”

Red Tiger strikes major content deal with bet-at-home

Casino game and software developer Red Tiger has joined forces with bet-at-home in a deal which further enhances its presence in Central Europe. Players now have access to the provider’s full suite of cutting-edge titles via the operator’s extremely popular casino tab.

Red Tiger’s Commercial Director, Chris Looney, said: “Developing games that push the envelope is what we pride ourselves on at Red Tiger, and it is exciting to be entertaining bet-at-home’s legions of fans with our award-winning slots.

“They are one of Europe’s most successful online 50 NOVEMBER 2020 GIO

betting and gaming providers, and we look forward to forging a prosperous business relationship in the years to come.”

Claus Retschitzegger, bet-at-home’s representative, said: “Our aim is to give customers the most immersive gaming experience possible, and that’s something for which Red Tiger’s innovative suite of slots is industry-renowned. “With its popular and inventive new games, such as Gonzo’s Quest MegaWays, I’m sure our players will be thrilled with the new partnership.”

Napoleon and Neccton join

forces for player protection

Belgian gaming operator Napoleon Sports & Casino and Austrian software provider Neccton have signed a deal for the use of the company’s mentor program.

Napoleon Sports & Casino recognises that a safe gaming environment is crucial for player loyalty and longevity, and has placed mentor at the heart of its online gaming operation. mentor is an AI-based tool that tracks possible problematic gambling behaviour and works to help both player and operator to identify and address the issue. Napoleon Sports & Casino will shortly integrate mentor into its online platform and make another important step in the direction of optimal player protection. With mentor, Napoleon Sports & Casino is implementing a ground-breaking player  problematic gambling behaviour, alerts the operator and contacts players who display critical behaviour directly. For example, players are informed when their deposit frequency is  better informed decisions about their play. Neccton director and head of development Dr. Michael Auer said: “We started our research in gambling 15 years ago and have published multiple academic studies in the area of player tracking and responsible gaming. We have also shown that players who gamble responsibly are more loyal and the customer  assist millions of players across dozens of brands across the world.”

Tim De Borle, CEO of Napoleon Sports & Casino concluded: “We were convinced by the  mentor. It has already proven to achieve excellent  is at the core of our business. We want every player to have a good time on our site. Responsible gaming is crucial to achieve that.” Napoleon’s adoption of mentor comes hot on the heels of Greentube announcing their use of the software across multiple jurisdictions.

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