Sep 13, 2019 | Industry
The Magic And Mystery of Big Time Gaming’s Megaways Mechanic
Many slots now sport the Megaways logo but what exactly does it mean? And how does it benefit your online slots experience? Let’s find out together as we examine the history, providers and games linked to this industry-changing mechanic.Sep 12, 2019 | Game Release
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Sep 11, 2019 | Game Release
Win Up To 4100x Your Bet On The Electrifying Nikola Tesla's Incredible Machine Slot By Yggdrasil
Nikola Tesla's Incredible Machine by Yggdrasil and Rabcat is an entertaining 5-reel 25 payline slot filled with electrifying features, high energy free spins and hair-raising big wins.Sep 11, 2019 | Legality
Singapore Pursues Legal Action Against Billionaire Family Member Over Remote Gambling
Singapore is actively pursuing legal action against the son-in-law of billionaire Peter Lim, Kho Bin Kai, for his alleged role in facilitating illegal remote gambling for a fellow Singaporean, code-named “Ah Leong”.Sep 10, 2019 | Legality
Evolution Gaming Continue US Market Expansion With New Live Casino Licence From Pennsylvania
Live casino provider Evolution Gaming build on their New Jersey success with the acquisition of a Pennsylvania licence. This will see them build a new USA studio and double their existing operation in Atlantic City.
Sep 09, 2019 | Game Release
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UKGC Continue To Challenge Operator Goodwill With EveryMatrix Licence Suspension
UK Gambling Commission suspends EveryMatrix casino licence, impacting thousands of players negatively, over a “general review” of unspecified “customer interactions”. Will this trigger more UK market exits?