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Tag: Isle of Man

King Gaming on why it’s never a case of ‘one size fits all’

King Gaming Mark Robson
The Asian gaming market is filled with opportunity but for some it can be a tough nut to crack, something which hasn’t stopped the newly launched King Gaming from making its mark in the region

Ex-casino man appointed head of iGaming in Isle of Man

Betting Business, Casino Review, AdoptIt, e-gaming, Isle of Man
Tony Ure, who previously worked at Grosvenor and Sheraton, has joined the Department of Economic Development of the Isle of Man as its new head of iGaming.   He takes on the role after working for a number of years within gaming industries in a variety of senior roles. Jonathan Mills, director of eBusiness, Department of Economic Development said: “Tony has spent...

Green light for Isle of Man’s casino amendment bill

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The crown dependency is inching closer to legislation reforms that could spearhead future growth within its casino sector. Legislation to amend existing casino regulations on the Isle of Man has been green-lit by the lower house of the island’s parliament. The proposed Casino Amendment Bill would not only allow brick-and-mortar gambling venues to relocate, but would also permit one license-holder to...

Gibraltar Licence is “great honour” for GAMEIOM

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GAMEION has been granted a Gibraltar B2B licence to provide its games and third party content to regulated operators which the company’s CTO, Anthony Ellis, has claimed is a “great honour to receive”.   The Isle of Man-based GAMEIOM Technologies Ltd, has been granted a Gibraltar B2B licence to offer its slots, Real Sports virtual games and third party content to...

AdoptIt picks “progressive” Isle of Man to kick-start business

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A new firm offering publishing and consultancy services to e-gaming clients has opted for an Isle of Man license, citing high ethical standards and business-friendly regulation as the reasons behind its choice.   E-Gaming start-up AdoptIt Publishing, a firm providing publishing, content creation and consultancy services to remote gaming clients, has picked the Isle of Man as its jurisdiction of choice...

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