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Week 21 slot games releases

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This week’s latest slot game releases!

 

Relax Gaming, the new-breed content provider and distribution platform, has laid down a disruptive marker with the unveiling of two new branded Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) slot titles, Let’s Get Ready To Rumble® and It’s Time®. The games will feature the likenesses and catchphrases from world-famous ring announcers Michael “The Voice Of Champions” Buffer and Bruce “The Voice Of MMA” Buffer. Michael will lend his iconic delivery to Let’s Get Ready to Rumble®, while Bruce’s unmistakeable delivery of MMA’s most recognisable phrase will feature in It’s Time®.

Relax Gaming Announces Let’s Get Ready to Rumble® and It’s Time® In First Branded Content Deal

 

Explore the cultural richness and mystical Chinese totems with BF Games’ new slot Taste of China. Starring the mischievous Buddha Arhat, the game features traditional Chinese symbols including dragons, red lanterns, and pagodas that offer players the chance to win big. Landing three goldfish scatter symbols rewards 12 free spins while wilds and super symbols trigger bonus rounds and multipliers. The 5×3 video slot has a medium volatility, offering plenty of opportunities for players to be rewarded as they spin the colourful reel.

BF Games  with Taste of China slot

 

Microgaming has introduced Reel Splitter, a fresh take on the vintage fruit slot experience. The slot is developed by Just For The Win exclusively for Microgaming. Reel Splitter is a new four-reel slot with 81 ways and a host of heavy hitting features, including wilds, free spins and reel split respins. Reel Splitter’s classic slot design is elevated with an assortment of boldly colourful fruit symbols and a timelessly smooth soundtrack.

Microgaming - Reel Splitter

 

OneTouch has released its latest blockbuster slot game, the Japanese-themed Sumo Showdown. The 4×4 grid game, featuring 10 payways, is the second slot from the innovative provider and follows the success of its debut game Juicy 7 unveiled in November this year. Sumo Showdown centres on the ancient Japanese sport of Sumo wrestling with gargantuan warriors filling the reels and helping players to massive wins. Alongside the giants of the ring, the reels are packed with traditional oriental symbols including bonsai trees and a panoramic view of Mount Fuji.

OneTouch - Sumo Showdown

 

Immerse yourself in Booming Games’ latest and greatest, ‘Wild Ocean’. Shane Cotter, Booming Games Director of Product, says “This 5×3 medium volatility slot will hook all player groups, with our wildest Free Spins yet as our wild sharks swim their way across the reels to join the feeding frenzy.” Put the feelers out for our 2-Way-Pay squid. One sighting of this underwater alien means 5 spins with double the chances to win. Meanwhile, win up to twenty times your bet with our Octopus Wheel of Fortune.

Booming Games - Wild Ocean

 

he character of notorious gangster El Patrón, the brutal boss of the Medellin Cartel, takes centre stage in NetEnt’s latest blockbuster branded title, Narcos. Based on the multi-award-winning crime drama from Gaumont, the five-reel, three-row video slot with 243 bet ways has the battle between the police, DEA and drug lords as its backdrop. It is set in the 1980s, as the scale and influence of the drug war reached its peak. Narcos comes with Free Spins, where on every spin there is a chance that one or more high value symbols turn into Wilds. When Wilds are part of a win, they start walking the reel moving one step to the left with every spin which gives this game potential high-stakes pay-outs.

NetEnt-Narcos video slot

 

Pragmatic Play, one of the leading software providers for video slots, live casino and bingo, has released its treasure-filled new slot, Pirate Gold. The 5×4 video slot is set on the high seas, and has reels filled with symbols from the golden age of piracy, including maps, spyglasses, parrots and pieces of eight. Pirate Gold’s bonus feature transports players to the treacherous and stormy seas, and can be triggered by landing three compass symbols, which award free spins. Pirates act as wilds on the reels, and bags of treasure can launch a respin feature.

Pragmatic Play - Pirate Gold

 

Yggdrasil, has released its latest adventure slot, Jackpot Raiders, promising to take players on an epic journey in search of hidden treasure. The feature-rich, 5-reel video slot contains two different Free Spin modes, two bonus games, as well as five jackpots. With several interactive choices throughout the game, players can be ensured that no two gaming sessions are alike. When the Treasure Hunt Bonus Game is triggered, players have the choice of selecting from two-fearless adventurers, the wise and travelled Bear and the brave and intrepid Sam, both of whom will stop at nothing to locate the treasures of the legendary Sunken City.

Yggdrasil invites players on an intrepid journey in Jackpot Raiders

 

iSoftBet, is taking players on an exhilarating trip of a lifetime to Nevada, the home of gambling, to try their luck on its latest title Vegas High Roller. This 5-reel, 10-line game features stunning graphics and immersive gameplay, perfectly capturing the thrilling experience of the world-famous Las Vegas slots. To add to the excitement, three or more Scatter symbols will award High Roller Free Spins, with seven, 10 or 15 free spins up for grabs and a chance to cash in your chips.

iSoftBet invites players to hit The Strip with Vegas High Roller


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Betting firms have responsibility to tackle esports corruption

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Gambling companies have a responsibility to stamp out corruption in esports, according to one betting industry official.

The reputation of esports has been harmed by scandals including match-fixing, cheating and underage gambling.

Recent examples include CSGO player forsaken being banned after using a hack in an ESL Premiership event and Clash Royale payer Jimit Bhatt being suspended for 12 months for cheating.

Lars Lien, founder and CEO of esports betting operator Luckbox.com, says the legitimate operators in the gambling industry have a duty to help clean up the reputation of esports.

Luckbox is a member of the Esports Integrity Coalition, which works to maintain standards in esports.

Lien said: “Gambling will happen and it’s a matter of making sure that responsible operators work together to stamp out match-fixing and to help prevent it. We have an integral role in eliminating that from our world.

“This is why we’re part of ESIC, where we and other responsible operators share suspicious alerts. So if we see betting patterns that are not consistent with a normal match, we report to ESIC and they will investigate the event in question. They work with tournament organisers, teams, they educate players, they work to stamp it out.”

 

Players need to understand the risks

Luckbox holds an Isle Of Man gambling licence, which offers esports fans the highest levels of security and protection to bet on Dota 2, CSGO and League Of Legends.

Lien said it was also important for esports fans to be aware of the risks when choosing where to bet.

He said: “Recently, there’s a Reddit post that a gaming company stole $500 from them. There might be legitimate reasons for seizing the funds of a customer, because match-fixing is a problem in every sport, including esports.

“That gambling company might have very good reasons for seizing funds but the difference is if that company had a good licence, the customer would be able to go to the Gaming Commission, file a formal complaint and the Gaming Commission would help the customer get the money back if that seizure was unwarranted. There’s legal recourse.

“Operators in jurisdictions such as Curacao, Cyprus, many others. There’s no recourse. I could borrow a Curacao licence if I wanted to.

“Esports has seen the skin-betting scandals where operators have let 12-year-olds play using their parents’ credit cards. Children don’t have the same understanding of gambling risks. Even with adults, you will have problematic behaviour.

“Betting should enhance your experience, it should not be the experience. If someone loses their house, that’s a bad thing, of course.

“This is also part of the distinction between the good guys and the bad guys. We have deposit limits, we have responsible gaming limits, we will make sure our players are over 18 and we will be looking for problematic behaviour, so we can help people not spend more on gambling than they can afford.”

 

Learning from the best

Lien said he was motivated to obtain the Isle of Man licence after working at PokerStars, which is also based on the island. In 2011, the US government banned online poker and PokerStars was able to return funds to players while rival Full Tilt collapsed.

Lien said: “You can either be one of the good guys, that has a proper licence, where all of the player funds are segregated from the funds of the company.

“We have what’s called a ‘client account’, which is similar to what a lawyer would have to keep the funds of their clients, that’s completely legally and physically separated from the funds of the business.

“I worked for PokerStars and the Department of Justice, in the US, decided they wanted to shut down the poker scene. They filed complaints against PokerStars and one of the competitors, Full Tilt. What happened?

“PokerStars, because they had taken licensing seriously from day one – they actively and intentionally got the strictest gambling licence in the world (the Isle of Man) – and as a consequence of that they were forced into having good corporate governance, good structures, good compliance. They were forced into doing things right and Full Tilt did not.

“So when the Department of Justice pulled the rug from under the industry, FullTilt collapsed. Customers couldn’t get their money, everything was black, no one understood how they would get their money back. They didn’t have the money, PokerStars did and paid everyone back in a matter of weeks.”

 Make sure to view the video where, Lars Lien, CEO of Luckbox, discusses the role of betting in the esports industry, and how proper regulation can solve the issues that it raises.

 

About Luckbox

Luckbox was founded by former PokerStars colleagues Lars Lien and Mike Stevens. Luckbox was built by a team combining vast experience in the igaming industry and a passion for esports to offer players unique and highly social platform for CSGO gambling, Dota 2 and League of Legends betting. Real Time Games Holding Limited – the company behind the Luckbox brand – holds a full licence under the Online Gambling Regulation Act (OGRA), issued by the Gaming Supervision Commission. Luckbox is a proud member of ESIC and is committed to supporting responsible gambling.


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Incentive Games signs renowned Gamification trailblazer Yu-kai Chou to their Advisory team

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Edinburgh-based software developer Incentive Games have announced the addition of internationally renowned Gamification trailblazer Yu-kai Chou to their Advisory team. The company has long followed Yu-Kai’s work and plans to apply his considerable expertise, including his pioneering Octalysis framework, to their products.

Author of “Actionable Gamification” and a regular speaker and lecturer on Gamification and motivation, Chou has worked with the biggest and the best; improving over 1 billion user experiences working with giants like Google, Lego, Tesla, TEDx, Huawei and Turkish Airlines. One of the earliest pioneers in Gamification, Yu-Kai has been named “Gamification Guru of the Year” in 2014, 2015 and 2017 by the World Gamification Conference, a testament to his continued research and contributions to the Gamification space.

Incentive Games develop games specialized to deliver value to the iGaming industry. Whether reinvigorating stale userbases or building them from scratch, Incentive Games acquire, retain and monetize users by delivering high quality, dynamic gaming content set within a casual, social framework to make their clients’ users go further. As Incentive Games continue their expansion through the USA and African markets, Yu-kai’s expertise will be invaluable in sharpening the competitive advantage of IG’s product suite.

“We are thrilled to have Yu-Kai Chou joining the Incentive Games team, his work in gamification and behavioral design is truly best in class, we can’t wait to implement his ideas into our games going forward,” said John Gordon, CEO of Incentive Games, on the announcement.

Formerly ‘Premier Punt Group’, Incentive Games have been moving from strength to strength since completing their B2B rebrand in late 2018. Previously designing industry-specific customer acquisition and retention software, Incentive Games has diversified their offering significantly with general purpose products now applicable to any industry.

Under the guidance of Yu-Kai, Incentive Games look to further hone the user experience across all their products, driving the user acquisition, retention, and monetization value of their games and capturing more competitive market share in 2019 than ever before.

Yu-kai Chou at TEDX Lausanne – speaking about how Gamification to improve our world

 

Incentive Games will be attending iGB Live! 2019 in Amsterdam 16-19 July. If you wish to book a meeting or have a chat at the conference please email dan@incentivegames.com or visit www.incentivegames.com


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Scout Gaming granted betting license

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Scout Gaming Group has been granted a license by Malta Gaming Authority, which enables Scout Gaming to provide betting related services, to operators under the Maltese regulation.

Scout Gaming has been granted permission from Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) to offer its recently developed products to operators licensed under MGA. As a part of the company’s strategy to offer additional sport-related services, a bunch of new games is expected to be launched under the second half of the year.

“Our player pricing is the foundation of additional odds related products, a prerequisite for launching these in Europe has been a license. Hence, I’m happy that we now can initiate the rollout. We already have a couple of current clients showing interest in this and one of the products is now live on the Indian market, comments Scout Gaming’s CEO, Andreas Ternstrom.

For additional information, please contact:
Andreas Ternstrom, CEO, Scout Gaming
Tel: +46 706 770 660
E-mail: andreas.ternstrom@scoutgaminggroup.com

About Scout Gaming Group
Scout Gaming Group is a licensed and regulated provider of B2B Daily Fantasy Sports and pool betting. The company offers a flexible and customizable network based Fantasy Sports solution with support for most sports and leagues through an in-house StatCenter which also provides real-time information to players. Local sports can be provided on request. The Group is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with development and operations in Bergen, Norway and Lviv, Ukraine. Sales, support and product management is handled from the office in Malta.


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