Bodog.ca has told customers its business as usual at the Canadian online gaming industry site. With the US media going into overdrive after this week’s indictments the site felt the duty to inform their customers what was going on with the following email:
You may have read some sensationalist headlines about the Bodog brand recently but we wanted to let you know that the issues being talked about only relate to the domain Bodog.com and its historic operations in the US.
Bodog.ca has never accepted a wager on its website from anyone resident in the US. It is operated by Bodog Europe pursuant to an Antiguan licence and is not in any way associated with the domain bodog.com or its prior operations.
As a Canadian customer we would like to assure you that Bodog.ca has not been affected by recent actions. As far as we are concerned it is very much business as usual and we hope you continue to enjoy the site.
Åland-licensed Paf has agreed a deal with Evolution Gaming to add live dealer casino games. It will comprise two blackjack tables and one roulette with Paf uniformed dealers dishing out the cards, rolling the chips and spinning the wheels. Thomas Lundberg, deputy CEO and director of Paf.com, commented: “The games, the platform and the infrastructure are world class – and very importantly for us, Evolution’s dedicated environments give us the ability to customise our Live Casino tables and make them uniquely Paf.”
Italian sportsbook operator Betflag picked Prima Networks to help make its first steps into the casino market. Powered by Microgaming, Betflag will get the firm’s state-of-the-art casino solution built on QuickFire software. Loraine Schoevers, Director of Prima Networks Limited, said: “This deal is an exciting partnership for us as it allows the QuickFire products to be available, through Betflag’s casino service, to many thousands of gamers in Italy. We hope that this deal will help facilitate a greater gaming experience for players and a world class casino offering from Betflag.”