Pavel Korolev – InBet – Tailoring products to meet regulation

first_img Submit StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Share Andrey Astapov, ETERNA LAW: Ukraine faces critical choices as gambling finish line nears August 21, 2020 Ilya Machavariani, Dentons – CIS regional dynamics will come to play prior to gambling take-off July 31, 2020 Duma approves overhaul of Russian sports betting laws  July 23, 2020 Pavel Korolev, business development director for InBet Games, says the company has tailored its products to meet government regulation in different regions.Pavel Korolev, InBetHe also says that while InBet is aware of the complexity and diversity of local markets, the B2B lottery, betting and gaming provider is open to exploring the potential of new partnerships, particularly in the Americas, and applying what it has learned from its work in Eastern Europe.Our strength is in meticulously adjusting our solutions to the most challenging national and legal environments. Relying on extensive research and our vast expertise with some of the most dynamic and heavily regulated markets like Russia and Kazakhstan, we tailor our products to meet the strictest regulatory standards worldwide.There are booming betting and gambling markets in Latin America and certain African countries. The patterns of industry growth and regulatory trends here are reflective of what was happening in CIS markets not long ago – and here at InBet we know exactly how to go about it.Classic slots and RNG games enjoy tremendous popularity across the globe, yet in many regions legislators have put restrictions on them. To help our clients operating under such regulations to meet the massive demand for slots and RNGs, we came up with a tool that keeps the attractiveness of slot machines without meeting the legal definition thereof.Animations is based on making bets on real-life events. This solution has been approved and certified by BMM Testlabs – the world’s leading gaming certification entity. Another acclaimed solution that we have developed is the lottery license optimisation, which helps to connect players to lotteries that take place in offshore jurisdictions, where draws occur at least once in every 20 seconds.When it comes to meeting regulation requirements, we don’t play hit or miss. Every product we offer undergoes scrutiny by a team of lawyers, which consists of both our employees and local attorneys. We maintain best practices in terms of ensuring perfect legality of our solutions and certifying them according to local legislation.Flexibility in terms of platforms and formats is crucial to adjusting our solutions to different contexts. InBet provides software that operates as physical terminals, web sites or desktop programs. For example, when LatAm’s favourite bingo lottery meets the format of an affordable terminal that the owner of every local establishment can buy, there is potential for massive success.Finally, to make sure that our customers command ever-increasing audiences, we embed powerful marketing tools in our products. Sweepstakes is a proven means of rewarding existing players and attracting new ones. People who buy a juke-box or an e-book get complementary access to a pre-installed sweepstake app, where they can win chips to play for real money.last_img read more

State saw more highway crashes, but fewer highway deaths in 2018

first_imgDES MOINES — Fewer people were killed in traffic crashes in Iowa last year, but Iowa State Patrol Sergeant Nathan Ludwig says it’s not necessarily because people are being more careful when they get behind the wheel.“So, just the State Patrol…we covered almost 500 more crashes (in 2018) compared to a year ago,” Ludwig said. Traffic accidents have increased in Iowa in recent years, while fatalities have dropped. Ludwig credits several factors. “The biggest reason is cars are safer. We saw an all-time high with seat-belt compliance (in 2018) at 93.8-percent,” Ludwig said. “The other biggest reason is that response time and medical care is probably at an all-time high. Every vehicle has a cell phone in it so when an accident occurs, dispatch is notified immediately, and response time is pretty quick.”Statistics from the Iowa Department of Transportation show 318 people were killed in traffic accidents in 2018, down from 330 the previous year. Iowa nearly improved on a low fatality count posted five years ago. In 2013, there were 317 traffic deaths – the fewest since 1944 when there were 310. According to Ludwig, troopers are catching more motorists on interstates who are clocked in the triple digits – traveling at speeds of 100 miles-per-hour or more.“We’ve seen a lot of accidents involving extreme speed,” Ludwig said. “Probably the most obvious thing is accidents occur because people are so distracted – not just from phones but doing other things inside of their vehicle beside just driving.”last_img read more

Crucial victory keeps JC on track

first_imgNeeding to win to secure their place in the semi-final of FLOW/ISSA Manning Cup, defending champions Jamaica College (JC) defeated Wolmer’s Boys’ 3-1 at the Constant Spring Field in their top-of-the-table Group H football match.They now join Denham Town and Jonathan Grant in the last four.Wolmer’s, who needed only a point to claim top spot, had only themselves to blame as they wasted a number of easy-scoring opportunities in the first half.Zeron Sewell fired the ‘Dark Blues’ in front from the penalty spot at the 52nd minute, after Chevaun Crooks was fouled inside the area.WASTEDOPPORTUNITYHowever, minutes earlier, Wolmer’s wasted the best opportunity of the game when Rivaldo English slipped through the JC defence, but hit his shot on to the goalpost. However, the ball fell kindly to Alphanso Gooden who had an empty goal at his mercy, but he slammed the ball against the same goalpost, before the rebound was cleared by a defender.Tyreek Magee made it 2-0 four minutes after Sewell’s opener, when his free kick caught Shawn Jemison flat-footed and bounced inside the far post.Wolmer’s were given a lifeline in the 61st minute when the Heroes’ Circle-based school received a penalty and Rojay Smith made no mistake from the spot.However, the champions restored their two-goal cushion when Donovan Segree played in Malik Howell, who slotted past Jemison from close range.Donald Stewart, JC’s assistant coach, who organised the team on the day in coach Miguel Coley’s absence, said they executed well.”Wolmer’s and JC have a big rivalry from long years ago, and as the defending champions we wanted the opportunity to defend our title and to do that we have to move to the next stage, which is the semi-finals,” he said.Wolmer’s coach, Vassell Reynolds, said his team lost its composure.”We should have gotten one or two goals first half, but we were in the game at the end of the first half. But we didn’t recover from that penalty and the second goal caught us thinking about that and we got agitated and lost our composure,” he said.In the first game, which was purely of academic interest, Holy Trinity High beat Vauxhall High 2-1 on goals from Jabari Howell (11th) and Keno Chance (42nd). Jordan Batson had given Vauxhall a two-minute lead.The last semi-finalist will be decided this afternoon.Yesterday’s Results• JC 3, Wolmer’s 1• Holy Trinity 2 ,Vauxhall 1Today’s games• St George’s vs KC at Constant Spring• Haile Selassie vs St Jago at Prison OvalBoth matches start at 3 p.m.last_img read more