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First ICE Consumer Protection Zone confirms agenda

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A programme of technology-led presentations has been confirmed for the Consumer Protection Zone, a new high profile feature introduced to the show floor at this year’s ICE London, (6-8 February, ExCeL London, UK). Open to all ICE visitors, the presentations, taking place on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th, will feature sessions on self-exclusion schemes, player analytics, video gaming and eSports,...

Paf sparks new collaboration with Play´n Go

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The international gaming operator, Paf, has signed multi-year agreement with Swedish based slots provider Play'n Go.   The deal will see Paf customers gain access to the top Play'n Go games during 2017 and the company’s complete portfolio by 2018. Herbert Paradis, Head of Casino and Poker at Paf, said: “We are really excited about this. Play´n Go’s strength in the nordic...

LeoVegas buys out Italian gaming website from Paf

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Paf claims that acquisition does not signify lowering of ambitions of the company to grow internationally. The mobile gaming company, LeoVegas, confirmed it has acquired Italian Winga in full from its current holders, Paf. LeoVegas claims the acquisition of Winga.it, an Italian gaming operator with a licence in the Italian market, will give LeoVegas an established position in Italy, Europe's largest...

Play’n GO signs multi-year agreement with Paf

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Swedish casino games developer Play’n GO has signed a landmark multi-year deal with international gaming operator Paf. The land-based company will provide the operator’s players a suite of award-winning mobile and desktop content available to the operator’s players for the first time over an initial three-year period, as per the agreement. Gemix, Grim Muerto and Eye of the Kraken titles...

PAF reports record annual revenues for 2015

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Finland’s Alands Penningautomatforening (PAF) gambling monopoly has released its financial results for 2015 showing that it recorded record revenues for the twelve-month period thanks to a sharp increase in earnings from online gambling. The Aland-based concern revealed that revenues from online gaming in 2015 grew by 17 per cent year-on-year to reach E76.4m ($86.7m) while those from its land and...

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