e-gaming shares some of its latest news including a new game pack for Belgium, together with a new, fully certified, version of its VLT and Casino slots software for the Slovakian market.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, e-gaming has not been resting on its laurels and has used this difficult period to improve and expand its portfolio of online games.
“Since the beginning of the pandemic we’ve seen significant growth in online gaming activities, coupled with a substantial increase in demand for our products,” said the Czech Republic-based company. “We’ve also been integrating game content for several well-established platform providers. Besides those integrations, we’re developing new games and continue to work on back-end improvements and innovations for both the land-based and online segments, together with new analytical and marketing tools.”
e-gaming has recently debuted a new land-based and online game pack for Belgium which is already generating interest. “Orders are already coming in. We developed the same games for both land-based and online as market research indicates that in Belgium success in each modality has a knock-on effect on the other,” the company continued.
The firm has also received full certification for a new version of its VLT and Casino slots software for the Slovakian market. “It fulfils all the technical requirements of the new gaming law and regulations but also meets the needs of the market and our customers,” e-gaming stated. “We’ve also introduced a number of new games for this market and we’re confident they will be popular with players thanks to the innovative concepts we’ve used.”
Across the Atlantic, the company has recently resumed operations in Latin America. “In Latin America, our operations have started again, first in Mexico, then in Colombia and in Panama,” e-gaming stated. “While gaming operations in the region are still subject to many limitations and restrictions for health and safety reasons, we’re finally seeing some positive movement in Latam.
“Overall, we’re working hard in all areas of our business and keep looking forward to a positive future and anticipate a return to ‘business as usual’ once we’re finally on the other side of the pandemic.”