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PayNearMe Approved to Process Online Sports Betting and iGaming Payments in Michigan, Operators Now Accepting Deposits

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PayNearMe Approved to Process Online Sports Betting and iGaming Payments in Michigan, Operators Now Accepting Deposits

 

PayNearMe, the payments platform designed to manage the complexities of iGaming, announced the company has been granted approval by the Michigan Gaming Control Board to provide its award-winning iGaming solution, which simplifies the deposit and payout experience across a wide range of payment types, to licensed operators within the state.

William Hill US, a longtime leader in sports betting and recently acquired by Caesars Entertainment, has been accepting cash deposits at retail locations with PayNearMe since April 2015, and is among the first to go live in Michigan with the company.

PayNearMe has launched three clients in Michigan that represent over half of the market, and is actively working to enable additional operators across the state to accept players’ cash and electronic payment deposits.

“PayNearMe is excited to take our operators live in Michigan. We worked closely with the Michigan Gaming Control Board to ensure our service is compliant with all applicable statutory requirements,” said Connor McNulty, Senior Regulatory Counsel, PayNearMe. “PayNearMe now operates and processes payments for licensed online sports betting and iGaming operators in 12 U.S. states, and we’re focused on quickly and efficiently expanding our gaming footprint as new states legalize online sports betting and iGaming.”

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PayNearMe provides a complete payment solution for online sports betting and iGaming, with a focus on removing friction to enable operators to deliver a best-in-class player journey. With one platform and integration, operators can facilitate deposits, payouts and engagements using data to automate decisioning and better manage payment experiences that ultimately reduce costs and increase revenue.

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SYNOT Games Enters Peruvian Market

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SYNOT has secured a B2B license from Mincetur – the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism – bolstering the supplier’s online casino position in Latin America.

“Peru presents a promising new market and we look forward to launching our popular titles, providing innovative gameplay and immersive entertainment. Our commitment to delivering high-quality gaming experiences will ensure that Peruvian players enjoy the best we have to offer,” Martina Krajci, CCO of SYNOT Games, said.

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PGCB Fines Casino $125,000 for Underage Gaming Violations

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The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has approved a consent agreement presented by the Board’s Office of Enforcement Counsel (OEC) during its public meeting resulting in a fine of $125,000 against Wind Creek Bethlehem LLC for 10 incidents in which underage individuals gained access to the gaming floor at the casino it operates.

The incidents, which occurred over a 20-month period at Wind Creek Bethlehem in Northampton County, involved 11 individuals between the ages of 18 and 20.

A copy of the approved consent agreement offering more details is available upon request through the Board’s Office of Communications.

The Board also acted to ban, or leave intact an earlier ban, of three adults from all casinos in the Commonwealth for leaving minors unattended in order to engage in gaming activities:

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  • A male and a female patron were placed on the Involuntary Exclusion List after leaving a 5-month-old unattended in a running vehicle while the outside temperature was 47 degrees in the parking garage of Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack in Delaware County for 30 minutes while he gambled at a table game.
  • A female patron’s request to be removed from the Board’s Involuntary Exclusion List for a 2017 incident in which she left a 4-year-old unattended while in Rivers Philadelphia Casino was denied. The child was unattended for 15 minutes in a non-running vehicle in the parking lot while the outside temperature was 95 degrees.

The Board’s actions serve as a reminder that adults are prohibited from leaving minors unattended in the parking lot or garage, a hotel, or other venues at a casino since it creates a potentially unsafe and dangerous environment for the children. Leaving minors unattended at a Pennsylvania casino also subjects the offending adult to criminal prosecution in addition to exclusion from all Pennsylvania casinos. To complement the efforts by casinos to mitigate this issue, the Board created an awareness campaign, “Don’t Gamble with Kids”.

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Swintt games approved for release in Ontario

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Swintt games approved for release in Ontario

 

In-demand software provider receives AGCO approval to operate in the regulated province, bringing full suite of games to Canadian players for the very first time

Swintt, the EGR award-winning software provider famed for its classically-themed Premium releases and state-of-the-art Select slots, has announced it has received permission to operate in Ontario, meaning its full suite of games will now available to AGCO-licensed platforms.

Having unveiled ambitious plans to expand into further regulated markets at the start of 2024, Swintt’s portfolio is now certified in eleven countries including Malta, Germany and the Netherlands, but this latest approval represents the company’s maiden entry into North America.

This means that not only will Ontarian players now be able to enjoy popular SwinttGames releases like the fan favourite slot Aloha Spirit XtraLockTM, but also newer upcoming games from Elysium Studios – Driven by Swintt.

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The product of Swintt’s acquisition of Elysium Studios earlier this year, the collaboration has resulted in a new line-up of releases being added to the software provider’s roster, with these games combing immersive themes and features with the very latest in slot design and graphics.

Tipsy Charms, the first game in the Elysium Studios – Driven by Swintt line-up, has already launched to great effect – and with the Mesopotamian-themed adventure, Law of Gilgamesh, scheduled for May 30th, there’s plenty for Ontarian players to look forward to in the coming weeks.

With all this and more on the horizon for the province in the second half of 2024, everyone at Swintt is excited about entering the regulated Canadian market for the first time and the company has high hopes that the approval will further underline its credentials as a leading global provider.

David Mann, Chief Executive Officer at Swintt, said: “Swintt is delighted to have received AGCO approval for its games in Ontario and we’re very excited to now have the chance to take this new and dynamic market by storm. Being certified to launch in Ontario is definitely a huge step for the company that will enable us to showcase our brand to new audiences on the global stage.”

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