The online and offline casino news from week 4

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Dear reader! we have a new format for reporting on the sgd live casino news. Where you used to find regular articles about all kinds of news, we have now chosen to report once a week on everything that is newsworthy and casino related from the past week. We hope you enjoy reading and sharing this post. Here you will also find a sneak preview of our new logo in preparation for our new website that is coming up. 

The casino news from last week

In this bundled article you can read all the special casino news from last week. The news is organized category so that you can quickly read about the topics that interest you. There are several ‘new casino games and developments’ from well-known game makers NetEnt and Yggdrasil. In addition, the news came out that Yggdrasil will soon also focus on table games. In the category ‘casino legislation and regulations’ there is another update on the fixed odds betting terminals in the United Kingdom. We tell you more about the gambling addiction of well-known football player Joey Barton in the category ‘personal casino stories’, while we have bundled news about several casinos in America and the Netherlands in the category ‘land-based and online casino news’.

Casino news about games and game developers

Well-known game developer NetEnt released a spectacular preview of a new video slot earlier this month . Although there are no in-game images available yet, it is already clear that the game is based on the popular movie Jumanji. The first part of this film, based on a children’s book from 1981, was released in 1995, while the sequel hit theaters late last year. The spectacular scenes with wild animals and the central occult board game will undoubtedly be beautifully processed in the video slot that will be released soon.

Casino news about laws and regulations

There is singapore live casino news from the UK about the long-running discussion around fixed-odds betting terminals. These machines, which can be found everywhere in England, now cause a lot of addictions , according to the criticsbecause gambling can be done very quickly with a lot of money and, moreover, there is little or no supervision. However, the British Horseracing Authority is strongly against lowering the maximum stake of these machines to two pounds. They claim that the British horse racing sector as well as the entire rural economy will suffer if the reduction actually becomes mandatory. Lowering the maximum stake will provide much less income for the BHA, while according to this organization much of the income will be used to support charities, train and hire people and boost economically less developed areas in England . Undoubtedly to be continued!


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