August 30

NetEnt Games launches in Czechia

first_img Swedish CEOs challenge ‘unrealistic demands’ against threat of igaming becoming obsolete June 8, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Submit Share Evolution Gaming tables ‘game changing’ €1.8bn buyout of NetEnt  June 24, 2020 Operator CEOs head speaker line-up for Latin America’s largest virtual betting and gaming conference May 28, 2020 NetEnt Games has continued its expansion into globally regulated markets after launching its portfolio of games in Czechia, formally known as the Czech Republic.The digital casino solutions provider has agreed a deal with Tipsport, the leading sports betting company in the country.Enrico Bradamante, Managing Director of NetEnt Malta Ltd, commented: ”We continue to deliver on our strategy to expand on regulated markets globally and we are excited about entering Czechia. “I am confident that our games will be well received by Czech players and that we can support Tipsport in driving online casino growth.” Following a successful integration process, a selection of NetEnt’s popular games are now available on the popular Tipsport platform.Jakob Lorentzon, Online Casino Director at Tipsport, added: “Tipsport, as the market leader, always prefers to work with established, trusted companies to deliver the best solutions and offer the highest quality product to our customers. This is why we chose to partner with NetEnt.”Earlier in the year NetEnt’s global expansion strategy led the firm to signing a similar deal with Caliente, its second customer with the Latin American market.Caliente, the largest online gaming operator in the regulated Mexican market, is to see its online casino complimented with a wide selection of digital games from NetEnt.last_img read more

January 11

City given 72 hour strike notice

first_imgThe City of Fort St. John has confirmed that they’ve received the required 72 hour strike notice from workers through the BCEGU. While unionised employees are slated to walk off the job in that time there was an agreement between the parties as to what has been deemed essential services.City human resources director Rashid Hassan said clerical support for police, City internet technology, and water treatment facilities have been established as essential services going forward, and therefore will not be impacted.“They will include places like the clerical support in the RCMP, water and waste water treatment plants so that public health and safety is taken care of. There will be some positions for emergency for IT if there’s a break down of the system,” he said.- Advertisement -Hassan added that every area that was considered as essential, both parties were in agreement and mediation was not needed. He stated both groups realize the health and safety remains most important during labour action.last_img read more