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  1. Speaking to Gambling Insider about NetEnt’s Perfect Blackjack game, NetEnt Live Director Andres Rengifo says an "engaging atmosphere" is perhaps the most important aspect of a live casino product. Live casino is an increasingly popular vertical which it has been estimated could eventually be worth €2.5bn in Europe ($2.7bn). In the January/February edition of Gambling Insider magazine, there will be a heavy focus on live casino, with Evolution Gaming CEO Martin Carlesund being interviewed as part of the CEO Special. There will also be a feature on RTP (return to player) rates, with NetEnt offering a 99.5% RTP in its Perfect Blackjack product. This rate requires a high volume of bets, which in turn requires perfecting the details around a live casino offering, according to Rengifo. He told Gambling Insider: "Making any live casino game profitable requires a high volume of bets: the essence of operating these games efficiently is all in the details and correct configuration and setup of tables. "Setting the right minimum/maximum bet ratio, the ideal speed for a game round, boosting the profit margin with side bets and – perhaps most importantly – having an engaging atmosphere on the table are all details that casinos need to get high volumes." Read the full feature in the Jan/Feb magazine, which will be online in late January and distributed at ICE London.
  2. Gaming machines on casino floors fight for players’ attention. Bright, blinking lights and colourful screens lure them from across the room and chairs with deep cushions keep them comfortable. The same happens at conferences; suppliers want to attract new customers, push their brand across the world and raise revenue. Standing out in this highly competitive market leads businesses down various routes. We see more and more games developed with a celebrity partnered with the story line. Fresh takes on proven models are wheeled out and tested. But we are increasingly noticing a different type of product, games with guns and steering wheels, for example. While the rise of skill-based gaming has been more measured and methodical than exponential, it is clearly exerting a growing influence on the industry. An example of this is the trial Synergy Blue recently secured with Caesars Entertainment. The company’s games will soon be available to play at The Linq. This field trial will see a mix of the suppliers products placed on The Linq’s casino floor. With these games now finding themselves at home with one of the world’s biggest operators, it is clear that this is a vertical that can no longer be ignored. These new sort of slot is so funny XD check out :D
  3. Operator 32Red has reimbursed the owners of a Londonderry-based company with almost £590,000 ($761,595), after the money was stolen and subsequently lost on its website. Former S3 Alliance employee Tracey Curran pleaded guilty last month to six charges of fraud by false representation. Using the company’s credit cards, she withdrew the amount between January 2016 and April 2017. A Public Prosecution Service barrister told the Crown Court in Derry the "vast amount of the money has now been reimbursed as a gratuity" by 32Red. A team of accountants had been engaged by both the defence and prosecution to confirm the amount had been reimbursed to the company. Following confirmation, the case was adjourned and a plea hearing will take place in December for Curran. 32Red has received negative attention from the UK press this year, including criticism of its deal with English Championship football club Derby County, which will see Wayne Rooney wear the number 32 shirt when he joins the team in January. In September, the operator had two online adverts banned by the Advertising Standards Authority, after they were adjudged to appeal to children.
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  5. Donald and Rosh discussing about the new doghouse building permits
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