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Bwin.com extends MotoGP deal; Jadestone management buyout complete; NeoGames providing for Sisal

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bwin logoBwin.com has extended its agreement to sponsor various aspects of MotoGP motorcycle championship for a further two seasons. The extension signed with rights holder Dorna Sports means the firm will be the title sponsor of two races (Gran Premio de Espana at Jerez and Grand Prix Ceske Republiky at Brno) and have an advanced visual presence at Misano, Mugello and Silverstone. In addition, the firm’s banners will feature on the track, pit lane and starting line at every track. The press conference, interview backdrop and podium will benefit from the some bwin.com love as well. Bwin first signed a deal with MotoGP back in 2004 and has been a worthy part of the furniture since then.

Games provider Jadestone has changed hands after the current management bought it out from owner Paf. The buy-out agreement sees the corporate structure, all staff, gaming platforms and all other resources transferred to the group led by CEO Robert Henrysson. He commented: “Our relationship with Paf has been invaluable for our growth into an established player on the global online gaming arena. However, the synergies have diminished as Paf concentrates on the consumer business while Jadestone’s focus is on B2B gaming platforms. Now that we part ways, it’s with excitement but also with great appreciation of our long partnership. We certainly expect that Jadestone will continue to be a key provider of popular games to Paf.”

NeoGames has signed a deal with Sisal to provide the Italian operator with a suite of games. NeoGames is also now certified by GLI and Itech Labs and meant that the deal fully complies with all AAMS policies. Sisal can now include a “Quick Games” tab on its site and offer a number of NeoGames’ best soft gaming products.

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