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Jelly Reels Slot

Leading casino games supplier Wazdan is thrilled to announce the release of its tasty-looking, sweet-inspiring themed online slot game titled ‘Jelly Reels’ that is bound to provide players with endless fun and lucrative wins.

The new 8 x 8 slot game has 16,777,216 ways to win with up to 2,500x the stake paid at the end of the best rounds.

Jelly Reels’ comes with an RTP of 96.22% and boasts a number of fantastic features which include Mega symbols, Wilds, Re-Spins, Cascading Wins and a number of huge Jackpots for players to trigger in the Hold the Jackpot Bonus Round.

The Bonus Game is played out on 40 reels and features 5 types of Bonus symbols.

Jackpot Coins, Silver Coins and Mystery symbols appear on the big reels at the top of the grid with Jackpot Coins awarding corresponding Mini, Minor or Major Jackpots. Silver Coins accumulate all values from Golden Coins and Silver Coins drawn on the reels below and multiply them randomly by up to 5x. Mystery symbols transform into any other Bonus symbol.

Players are awarded with the Grand Jackpot, worth 2500x their bet for filling all spots on the grid with Bonus symbols.

Wazdan’s popular ‘Hold the Jackpot’ mechanic is utilized in the ‘Jelly Reels’ slot game. It does, however, offer a special reel layout and new Bonus symbols that enhance the player’s excitement.

Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan, commented that the game is simple in design, offering players the perfect opportunity to navigate through the game’s intuitive mechanics and trigger some seriously impressive payouts.

Push Gaming, a leading supplier of online and mobile games, has revealed that it has extended its ongoing collaboration with Betsson, following the Swedish company’s decision to directly integrate its operations through Push Gaming’s own Remote Gaming Server.

In terms of the agreement, Betsson will now be able to streamline the delivery of Push Gaming’s content, allowing more than 20 of Betsson’s casino brands to gain access to all its iGaming releases.

Latest release Fat Drac, Jammin Jars 2 and the upcoming Fire Hopper are among the slot games that will become available to players across the operator’s estate, considerably boosting the supplier’s presence across a range of markets.

Paul Malt, the head of games at Betsson, commented that they are rightly proud of the foundations they have built at Betsson and the way in which they provide their services to their loyal players.

He went on to say that having the likes of Push Gaming’s titles on their brands only furthers that provision.

Malt also said that it makes sense to streamline the supply of games directly and they are looking forward to bringing more of the best in iGaming content to regulated European markets.

Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming, said that having a high profile partner such as Betsson make the switch to their platform a milestone for them. She added that this will allow them to ensure the refined service provision that it expects and aligns perfectly with their forward-looking growth ambitions.

Hickey added that the player base available to them through this relationship cannot be understated and it hugely strengthens the exposure for their player-favorite content.

Leading Irish bookmaking holding company Flutter Entertainment has revealed that it has entered into a new pivotal partnership with horse racing media rights holder Racecourse Media Group (RMG).

The partnership includes streaming rights and ‘other key areas of the RGM business and is due to run until 2028.

In terms of the new agreement RMG will be granted the right to access Flutter’s marketing and promotional material, giving Flutter’s UK and Ireland customers the opportunity to gain access to RMG’s horse racing content in return.

Martin Stevenson, Chief Executive Officer at Racecourse Media Group, commented that this agreement with have far reaching benefits for RMG’s racecourses and the industry itself.

He went on to say that they are delighted to collaborate with Britain and Ireland’s largest betting company, Flutter Entertainment, which gives both companies the opportunity to work together to promote RMG’s racecourses and the sport.

Stevensen also said that they will be able to call on the considerable marketing reach of both companies in terms of working together via sponsorships and advertising, to expand the appeal of their horseracing both domestically and overseas.

RMG recently renewed deals with racecourses all over the UK. Including high profile events such as the Cheltenham Festival, the Randox Grand National Festival, Qatar ‘Glorious’ Goodwood Festival, Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival and the Cazoo Derby Festival.

Conor Grant, Chief Executive Officer of Flutter for UK and Ireland, said they are delighted to confirm that they have reached a new long term agreement with RMG, a key partner in providing the best possible horseracing product to their customers.

Grant added that they have invested a total of £100, through media rights, sponsorship, hospitality, marketing and the levy in the last year.

SYNOT Games, a Czech-based content producer for iGaming, is thrilled to announce that it has entered into a new agreement with one of the leading Italian service providers – Microgame.

The producer is endeavoring to further cement its position in Italy by delivering its flexible and fine-tuned portfolio of premier titles to a new audience.

In terms of the agreement signed by the parties, Microgame’s customers will have the opportunity to gain access to titles such as Pixel Reels, Respin Joker, Diamondz and Fruit Awards.

SYNOT Games has already secured a number of content distribution deals in the past couple of weeks, namely with Betano and Rabbit Entertainment.

According to Microgame, SYNOT’s captivating in-house production will add to the success of its operations throughout the country.

Marco Castaldo, the Chief Executive Officer at the Italian online gambling joint-stock company commented that he is thrilled to be launching with the Czech provider.

Castaldo went on to say that complementing the actual portfolio will diversify content with new, engaging and immersive fun features, now available to a wider spectrum of customers.

He also said that the company aims to cover all grounds and suit the preferences of more clients in order to reach that extra value and enrich its product catalog for a new generation of players.

Birdzhan Hyuseinova, the Head of Account Management at SYNOT Games, said that this deal will deliver their content closer to existing players but also attract new audiences in the Italian market. He added that it’s a great achievement to see that more players will now be able to enjoy their ever-expanding range of fun and exciting games.

Five Maryland casinos are considerably closer to offering in-person gambling on sports after recently having received the green light from a state commission following a 5-2 vote.

The Sports Wagering Application Review Commission awarded in-person sports betting licenses to Live! Casino and Hotel in Hanover, Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore, MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Ocean Downs Casino in Berlin and Hollywood Casino in Perryville.

Customers could soon have the opportunity to place bets on-site for the first time in the state and in time for the NFL playoffs. However prior to this happening, each casino is required to sign a ‘memorandum of understanding’ and complete a number of procedural steps.

The five casinos will work with Maryland’s State Lottery and Gaming Control Agency who will ensure their systems of internal controls, standard operating procedures, surveillance and security systems and responsible gaming plans and employee training procedures are satisfactorily thriving.

Each operator is also required to perform a controlled betting demonstration while under observation by staff from the State Lottery and Gaming Control Agency with the Agency’s Director saying that he hopes to have the reviews completed within 30-45 days.

Frank Turner, a member of the Commission, voted against approval as he is concerned about the lack of women and minority-owned businesses involved.

Turner commented that they are only asking to be given a little more time, so that some of these minority and women-owned businesses can catch up and they can start at the same starting point.

Turner referred to Maryland’s medical marijuana program, saying they got left behind and that is what he is trying to avoid this time.