Mobile access drives system development for 1xBet

1xWager, a headline sponsor for next week’s Betting on Soccer, will be using the meeting to promote the development of its system, which is both “user-friendly and easy to use” with today’s interface that may be easily accessed from mobile devices.

To emphasise this concentrate, the company’s Head of Business Development Evgenii Kiriushin said that it expects mobile development to be a strong concentrate for the industry.

“The seeds for what we should predict will be this year’s most anticipated innovations were sown a long time ago,” Kiriushin explained.

“Nowadays, increasingly more customers opting for to access online betting through their mobile devices, so the primary aim is to provide the best possible services to those customers.”

Increased online gambling access is a major speaking point on the ‘Africa – shop local’ session, held as part of the ‘Global Markets Monitor’ on Thursday night 21 March. For the latest plan, just click here.

This session is of particular interest to 1xBet, who this past year secured a long-term contract to be Tottenham Hotspur’s Public Betting Partner for Africa until 2022.

Kiriushin chosen Global Markets as one of three key the different parts of the #bofcon plan for 1xWager, alongside the Sponsorship Community forum (21 March) – especially in light of the firm’s recent AFCON announcement – and the Betting on Invention track (20 March).

“Sponsoring soccer night clubs and federations is an integral feature of our marketing strategy,” said Kiriushin. Meanwhile, we were very pleased winners of the SBC Increasing Star in Sports activities Betting Innovation prize for 2018. For this reason, we intend to continue steadily to follow tech news and integrate new technology into our services.”

Finally, Kiriushin dismissed the idea that the rate of invention might gradual in the lack of a major global football tournament, countering: “On the other hand – we think companies will value this time before the next big sporting event and utilize it effectively so that when the next big tournament arrives they’ll be able to present products that are on a whole new level. We will certainly!”

1xBet hit with €400,000 penalty from Dutch regulator

International operator 1xBet has been hit with a fine of €400,000 (£344,200) from Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) for targeting consumers without authorization.

The fine pertains to the firms behind 1X Corp. N.V. in Curaçao, which works the 1xWager.com website, and Cyprus-based Exinvest Small and its xbet-1.com site.

In its ruling, the KSA discovered that both sites were easily utilized from the Netherlands, in addition to having a Dutch language feature, even though neither had received relevant acceptance from the regulator.

Both 1xBet.com and xbet-1.com allowed customers to make debris via a Dutch-specific payment method http://1xbet-trkiye.icu/, which is open to those who possessed a Netherlands bank account.

KSA Chair, René Jansen, commented: “Online gambling in holland is unlawful; under the existing legal regime for companies it is not possible to get a licence for offering online flash games of chance.

“Consumers are not assured of the safe game on a genuine market with illegal providers.”

The news follows the authorization of the Remote Gambling Act in the country’s Senate after two . 5 years of issue. It is expected that providers will be granted licences to operate from mid-2020, providing that sufficient interpersonal responsibility measures are placed in place.

A recent survey completed by the Holland Gambling house found that approximately 1.8m of Holland’s residents had previously placed bets via unlawful gaming sites.

The KSA has previously mentioned that, amid politics pressure, it could not be approving ‘rogue operators trying to get licences’. It is hoped by many that the new rules, due to be put in place via a Royal Decree, will pave the way for igaming legislation in the country.