Online casino software developer, Microgaming, is one of the biggest and most popular developers in one of the most competitive industries in the world, and the company is always looking for ways to grow and evolve to maintain and even improve that position.
It’s happened again! NetEnt games have provided two lucky players with €5.5M between them. Firstly, on the 12th June 2018 a Belgium player staked just €1, the jackpot dropped and the player scooped a staggering €4.25M at Unibet Casino.
Think back to the 60’s, sat in the local diner listening to the duke box playing the latest hits, the sound of the fruit machines chinging in the background, quite nostalgic hey? NetEnt are ready to take you back to the classic slot days of years gone by with their latest slot Swipe And Roll, due for release August 2018.
As the US prepares for the legalisation of sports betting, Las Vegas has spent the last couple of years expanding its reach in the sporting world.
Swedish software developer NetEnt may be one of the biggest names in the iGaming world, but that doesn’t stop the company continuously looking for ways to expand and improve, and the latest step in the provider’s development is a deal with the Stars Group in Portugal.
It has been revealed by the CEO of William Hill that several US sports teams have contacted the British bookmaking giant with an interest in striking a sponsorship deal.
UK gambling charity GambleAware has announced a new three-year agreement with Gamcare. Covering the period between 2018 and 2021, the agreement sees GambleAware funding the National Gambling Helpline and a nationwide support network for problem gamblers.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is the subject on everyone’s lips right now, and, unsurprisingly, this is especially true in the online casino world where a host of different World Cup games and promotions have been released in recent weeks.
The announcement of a new slot game based on Ancient Egypt is unlikely to capture the attention of too many players in the modern market considering the huge number of slots themed around this concept that already exist.
The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) has been prolific with its reprimanding of casino operators recently, and ProgressPlay Ltd has become the latest name to have fallen foul of the Agency.