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GENII BOOSTS TAIN CONTENT, ADDING 130 CASINO GAMES
2015-08-03

Gaming technology provider Genii has partnered with Tain, adding more than 130 new casino games to the platform and solutions suppliers portfolio.

Tain significantly expands its casino portfolio offering to its operators with Geniis suite of interactive games, including the revolutionary Spin 16 titles.

Powered by patented technology that utilises the full area of touchscreen devices, Spin 16 allows a player to swipe up, down, left and right, producing a more immersive slots experience.

Nick Barr, Genii sales director, said: Tain's reach and client base, as well as experience gained from more than 15 years in the iGaming industry, makes this an exciting partnership for Genii."

Christer Fahlstedt, Tain CEO, added: "Genii's integration into the Tain platform further grows and diversifies our casino offering. With a loyal following among players, Genii's innovative games are a must-have for operators, and now Tain's customers around the world will be able to offer the entire portfolio of more than 130 titles."




REVOLUTION VS. LOCK POKER LATEST (Update)
2013-11-12

In an increasingly bitter dispute Apuestas Deportivas Online Bingo Play Slots Online in US Matt Damon betting odds to win Poker Madden Betting Pandemonia following its departure from the Revolution Poker Network (see previous InfoPowa reports), Lock Poker has reportedly filed three complaints with the Curacao Licensing Authority against Revolution owners IAA Services Ltd.

Reporting on the complaints, the information site Gambling911 reveals that Lock Poker is now operating on a stand-alone basis, using software from the now closed Partouche Poker Network, and that it has allied with former Partouche skin MyPok.fr.
Lock is querying the legitimacy of the licensing of a Revolution skin which it claims attempted to commandeer its players during the acrimonious departure from the network.
Lock also questions the Revolution software, which it claims is "...a violation of the terms of a License and Settlement Agreement that was entered into with 1st Technology Ltd. in relation to certain patents held by 1st Technology."
1st Technology and its CEO, Dr. Scott Lewis, was involved in patent actions some years ago regarding online gambling, threatening several major industry companies, with especially acrimonious litigation against the Bodog group (see previous InfoPowa reports). Playtech was among those which decided to licence with 1st Technology rather than tangle with the company.
A third Lock complaint involves alleged irregularities in the distribution of funds held in trust, and accusations that "...Lock [Poker] was provided with contradictory and conflicting information by the Revolution Network operator.
Revolution had earlier claimed that Lock had not made payments due, and threatened to ...pursue Lock to the full extent possible by law to recover all monies owed and damages caused.
Lock Poker responded by claiming it had already paid $8 million to Revolution, Gambling911 reports.
Revolution will now have an opportunity to respond to Lock's formal complaints to its licensing jurisdiction; it is clear that this dispute has a way to run yet.


POKER ACE TO FRONT FOR TRIBAL GROUP?
2013-07-10

The usually well-informed poker information website Legal US Poker Sites has flagged strong rumours this week that international poker ace Phil Ivey is to front for the southern California Pala tribal group - which operates land casino interests near San Diego - in a new Internet gaming venture.
Because online poker has not yet been legalised in California, it is presumed that the new enterprise is contingent on intrastate legalisation in that state.
The report notes that former Bwin.Party co-CEO and industry veteran Jim Ryan is involved in the venture through a company titled Pala Interactive, using software from Realtime Edge, said to also power ClubWPT and RocketFrog.


NEVADA AWARDS MORE ONLINE POKER LICENSES
2013-04-24

Station Casinos and Secure Trading are the latest companies to be awarded Nevada online poker licensing by the Nevada Gaming Commission, the Las Vegas Sun newspaper reported Thursday.

Secure Trading is an industry services supplier involved in payment processing, customer identification and geolocation services, and is a subsidiary of the well-known and pro-online gambling UK company UC Group Limited, which has actively promoted the cause of regulated online gambling for several years.

Station Casinos is a major land gambling group that already holds a Nevada online poker operator licence through its subsidiary Fertitta Interactive (see previous InfoPowa reports) but now has also been given a service provider licence for its Ultimate Gaming company, a sub-group that includes online poker software developer Cyberarts.

Station Casinos representatives received a serious grilling on their proposed use of their own software rather than that of a proven supplier, and gave assurances that every precaution against underage and problem gambling, collusion, fraud and money laundering, had been implemented.

Thomas Breitling of Station Casinos was optimistic about prospects: Some say its a $100 million market, he said, adding that his company had committed millions of dollars to development with online poker specifically in mind.

Tobin Prior, another spokesman for the company, said: It was frustrating to sit on the side-lines watching all this unlicensed and unregulated gambling taking place."

He revealed that the company has 38 full-time employees developing its online poker system in Las Vegas and said that number will rise to 100 in about a year.

A.G. Burnett, chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, said all the systems approved by the Commission thus far are currently being evaluated in the agency laboratory, and that none has received approval to go forward yet.