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UNIBET TAKES ON YGGDRASIL GAMES
Unibet, one of Europes fastest growing and most profitable online operators, has gone live today with Yggdrasil Gamings casino games content.
The Swedish games developer and provider has supplied Unibet its entire portfolio of games and agreed to deliver a stream of new games as these are developed, as well as 10 additional operational currencies for the operator.
Unibet is the largest operator Yggdrasil Gaming has partnered with to date, a spokesman for Yggdrasil said Monday.
Fredrik Elmqvist, chief executive of the company, said: This is our biggest live launch to date. We decided to do the Compliance Audit and a major system upgrade prior to going live with Unibet, but were now ready to take them and a lot more partners on board. We are also very happy to launch our games during World Cup where a great sportsbook such as Unibet has a lot of traffic.
FORMER ONLINE POKER OPERATOR IN PUBLIC SPAT OVER MONEY
The number of celebrities who have seen Twitter posts made in anger backfire should be a cautionary example for all users of socia Programa Descuentos Deportivos l media communications, yet very public - and permanent - disputes still continue to surface on the site and its emailed content.
The latest very public industry spat was reported this weekend by the information site Poker Eagles, which detailed a squabble over money that erupted on Twitter and involved Dan Fleyshman, the high profile former CEO of Victory Poker which folded its cards after Black Friday; one of its erstwhile poker pros David The Maven Chicotsky and Bluff Magazine founder Eric Morris.
With allegations of substantial sums of money owed, the argument appeared to achieve very little, but encouraged at least one outsider to butt in with opinions and questions.
It could also serve as yet another example of how dangerous it is to throw accusations around in the heat of the moment on a public internet venue viewed by millions every day. It there's a sound case, take it to the courts, not the court of public opinion.