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Relax Gaming now available with 1win

Leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content and aggregator Relax Gaming goes live with fast growing casino 1win, which opened its virtual gates in 2018. The operator will offer its clients  a selection of quality titles from Relax’s ever-growing portfolio, including top game hits such as Money Train 2, Temple …

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Greentube’s Belarus presence propelled by partnership with GrandCasino

Global online slots developer Greentube, a Novomatic brand, increases its footprint in Belarus with leading local casino operator GrandCasino deal. Under the agreement GrandCasino will offer its Belarusian clients Greentube’s slots and games, including popular titles such as Book of Ra, Lucky Lady´s Charm, Sizzling Hot and Dolphin’s Pearl.  Greentube …

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Dutch regulator KSA partners Facebook to tackle illegal lotteries

Netherlands regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) announced a strategic partnership deal with Facebook social media platform in order to tackle more effective illegal lotteries. For some time now, the Ksa has been receiving reports about illegal online lotteries, which are mainly organized via Facebook. These are known as ‘dipping’. KSA started thirteen …

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Allonlinecasinoslist

Year of establishment 2019 There’s always a need for a restart. Or a turn back to the basics. This is what allonlinecasinoslist.com is all about. A website trying to give you accurate and up-to-date information about a lot of online casinos worldwide, without so many useless information, present in other …

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GoldenRace goes live with Sportingtech

Leading worldwide publisher of virtual sports gambling content GoldenRace inked a deal with online gaming provider Sportingtech. According to the agreement GoldenRace virtual sports products including popular games such as Football, Dog races, Horse races, Keno, and Spin2Win, will be available to Sportingtech’s clients. Sportingtech’s Head of Business Development Luis …

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UKGC fines BoyleSports £2.8 million for Anti-money laundering failures

The British gambling regulator UKGC has set a fine of £2.8 million for BoyleSports over money laundering failures. During an investigation by the regulator, Boylesports Enterprise was found to have breached Commission rules aimed at preventing money laundering on its Boylesports.com and Boylecasino.com websites. According to the statement UKGC released …

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