The focus on vulnerable and problem gamblers, and especially the risk of such issues in the young, has been high on the conversation list for the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) the UK Government, and many industry insiders, and a recent story has proved why.
The Hugo series of games has been the dictionary definition of hit and miss so far, going from a disappointing first release to an impressive second one.
Problem gambling is a huge talking point in the iGaming industry, with many companies and organisations searching for ways to protect vulnerable players.
We never cease to wonder how NetEnt keep producing the goods lately. With an abundance of brand new slots already released in 2018, today sees the release of their latest offering Lost Relics.
In the wake of the recent decision to reduce the maximum stake on FOBTs to £2, and the announcement that the Culture Department would be leading an investigation into whether the age limit for National Lottery play should be raised to 18, a cross-party group of MPs has called for stricter regulation on gambling advertising.
Netents Mega Fortune jackpot slot has produced another winning millionaire player. This lucky player hails from Sweden and was playing at Leo Vegas when he won the life changing €3,773,845.27 .
With so many games being launched on a regular basis, it’s difficult to summon up too much excitement about many of them, but some developers have a reputation that ensures all their releases will be preceded by intense excitement, and one of those names in NetEnt.
Since the departure of Per Eriksson as CEO of NetEnt back in March (2018), there has been much speculation as to who was going to step into the role on a full time basis.
It can feel like quite the challenge to keep up with all the new online casino sites that are arriving on the market on a seemingly daily basis. If you’re looking for somewhere new to play, it can be tough to even know where to start looking.
Fresh on the heels of the announcement that the maximum stake in FOBTs will be dropped to £2 as many suspected (and many other feared) the UK Government is to embark on a consultation to determine whether the minimum age for National Lottery play should be raised to 18.