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Playtech adds UK Gambling Commission veteran to compliance team

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London-listed gaming solutions giant Playtech has hired Richard Bayliss, a former senior online manager at the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), for a role in its compliance team.

As regulatory compliance manager, Bayliss will take a leading role in developing responsible gambling initiatives at Playtech.

Everyone at Playtech is delighted to welcome Richard,” Playtech group head of regulatory affairs Ian Ince said. “With a wealth of experience with UKGC, his insight will be a major bonus as we strive to stay at the forefront of regulatory compliance developments. I’m certain he will be an invaluable addition to the team.

A commitment to promoting responsible gambling and fostering a safe and entertaining environment for players is central to everything we do at Playtech,” Ince explained. “Richard’s appointment and his enthusiasm for joining Playtech demonstrate the strength of that commitment, and is a key part of our ongoing investment in exceeding regulatory expectations.

Bayliss moves into the private sector following 11 years with the UKGC, where he was responsible for monitoring technological and product innovation in the gambling industry, evaluating the impact of such advances on the UK regulatory system.

After more than a decade assessing the regulatory impact of technological developments in the industry, I’m looking forward to seeing some of these developments first-hand in my new role,” Bayliss said of his move to the supplier.

Playtech has long had a reputation as a major innovator in online gambling, and I’m very excited to be joining the team.

 

Shares in Playtech plc (LSE:PTEC) were trading up 0.56 per cent at 784.20 pence per share in London Monday morning

 

About Playtech

Playtech is a market leader in the gambling and financial trading industries. Founded in 1999 and listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange, Playtech has more than 5,000 employees in 17 countries.

Playtech is the gambling industry’s leading software and services supplier and partners with many of the world’s leading regulated online, retail and mobile operators, land-based casino groups, government sponsored entities such as lotteries, and new entrants opening operations in newly-regulated markets. Its business intelligence-driven gambling software offering includes casino, live casino, bingo, poker and sports betting.

 

 

 


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Integration of EGT Global Jackpot with Winbet and Club King Marks Great Success

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The EGT Global Jackpot’s integration with Winbet and Club King has achieved success through offering entertainment and winnings for both operators and players.

The operators’ success and players’ entertainment are always the core objectives of EGT sales, development and production teams. When innovation joins these approaches, EGT solutions are the reliable choices for winning businesses.

EGT supports the operators to make proposals to its customers they couldn’t refuse, with the integration of the EGT Global Jackpot into their gaming halls. Global Jackpot is developed to connect all slot machines and any type of roulette from all locations of operators across the country. Thus, the total bet generates the possibility of higher winnings compared to those offered by the local jackpots.

At Winbet, the Global Jackpot has been functional since March this year and has brought multiple winnings to the luckiest players. Recently, Club King has also integrated the Global Jackpot in favour of top entertainment and winnings for both operators and players.


Source: European Gaming Media
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New York State Lottery Reports Record Revenues for the 2018 Fiscal Year

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The New York Lottery has recorded $8.2 billion in sales for the state fiscal year that ended in March 31, 2019. That includes sales from Powerball, Jackpot, Mega Millions, Scratch Off, Quick Draw and other games, plus revenues generated by the state’s licensed video lottery locations.

The video lottery net win for the 2018-2019 fiscal year was $2.08 billion, third largest in the world behind two Italian lottery operators. The combined sales and net win earnings for the last fiscal year are a new record for the New York Lottery. The New York Lottery generated $3.47 billion in aid designated to support the state’s schools.

The lottery revenues are distributed to school districts according to the same formula used for state aid. A larger, poorer district will receive a higher percentage than a smaller, more affluent one. Lottery contributions account for 13% of all state aid to education for 2018-2019.


Source: European Gaming Media
This is a Syndicated News piece. Photo credits or photo sources can be found on the source article: New York State Lottery Reports Record Revenues for the 2018 Fiscal Year

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Spillemyndigheden Introduces Whistleblower Scheme

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Spillemyndigheden, the Danish industry regulator, has launched a new whistleblower scheme for the employees of gambling operators who wish to report evidence of money laundering.

Spillemyndigheden has detailed that employees can report a company’s violation or potential violation of the anti-money laundering legislation to the regulator via a dedicated, anonymous contact form which will then trigger a legal investigation. All submissions will be encrypted to ensure that submissions are secure.

In April, Spillemyndigheden has blocked access to 25 gambling websites after petitioning the country’s telecommunications providers. Danish internet providers have now been obliged to block access to ten igaming sites, in addition to 15 skin betting websites.


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