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‘Dot it’ casinò games: iSoftBet lives on the ‘Fruit’ of its experience

Decades of experience and a portfolio of over 400 games. These are just some of the numbers of iSoftBet, a leading provider of online casino games in all European legal markets and especially in Italy where, as everybody knows, they made their début just last July 18. A market that just over six months has […]

2 March 2012 0 comment
Net Entertainment making waves in Italian market

When the regulated Italian market opened up in July last year, Net Entertainment was one of the first online casino providers to enter the market.  Since then, Net Entertainment has continued to gain market share by delivering first-class products in combination with strong customer closeness. Like the majority of operators and gaming suppliers active in […]

1 March 2012 0 comment
Spielo International plays three of a kind

London – After the winning pair, the Lottomatica Group plays three of a kind. Nearly one year from the merger of the two prestigious brands SPIELO and ATRONIC that created SPIELO International, now the third gem of the family joins the group: it is G2, the leading company in the online field. “With this  latest […]

10 February 2012 0 comment
The casinos make a date in London and confirm the Eca board

Members of the European Casino Association (Eca) met in London on 24 January 2012 for the association’s General Assembly. The Eca General Assembly 2012 was attended by Eca members from 22 countries who met to discuss key industry topics including recent and upcoming gambling regulatory and policy developments at EU level. 2011 proved a very […]

8 February 2012 0 comment
Europe united by equal opportunities

Against unfair competition and equal opportunities between operators. This is the European recipe from the Euromat’s leader, Annette Kok, like she explained in an interview granted to Gioco News Politically, 2011 was a very important year for the European gaming market in large part due to the interest of Commissioner Barnier. Do you feel important […]

20 January 2012 0 comment
Europe united from gaming

What happens in Europe? A lot of people is asking for this question during last months. The economic and financial crisis has significantly shaken the European Union and it induced the main Countries that are part of it to challenge its role and, even, the reasons for its existence. But the operators of the “gambling” […]

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Online gaming, European Union

The Green Paper on the online gaming of the European Commission is still being completed, but meanwhile the European Parliament approved the report signed by the Deputy Jurgen Creutzmann that outlines the actions to be put into practice. With the approval of Michel Barnier, the Commissioner of the Internal market and the promoter of the […]

3 December 2011 0 comment
The vlt are on the borderline between taxes and new Preu

A thriving market, in full development and quick growth. With a collection of about 10 billion euro during the current year, that for the State is about 200 million euro; with good prospects for the near future. Even “too” good prospects. At the point that the administration has been induced to “sacrifice” that part of […]

2 December 2011 0 comment
Toward the solution

A Directive won’t regulate the online gaming market within the European Comminity, but it is certain that any “political” intervention towards this complex matter will aim to strenghten the cooperation between the Member States of the Union, with the target to fight the illegal market and protect the consumers and the most vulnerable subjects. However, […]

13 November 2011 0 comment
And now we have a global market

The gaming multinational companies waited (and challenged) for a long time an opening  by Italy to become part of what is considered the most interesting market of Europe and, maybe, of the world. And now the opportunity has arrived, with the new licences for slots and vlts and, above all, with the new online gaming. […]

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