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Quickspin get Alderney licence; Angler Gaming launches new brand; NYX Interactive release new mobile games

TAGs: AGCC, Alderney Gambling Control Commission, angler gaming, nyx interactive, quickspin

news in brief may 2Quickspin has become the latest firm to receive a licence from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The AGCC awarded the development studio a core service provider associate licence earlier this week and it gives them the chance to offer their full portfolio of games to any firm operating in the jurisdiction. Following the announcement Daniel Lindberg, the company’s CEO, said: “I am very pleased that we have been granted this certificate by the Commission. Apart from it being a seal of credibility for our company, it enables us to offer our state of the art content to some of the largest gambling operators in the world.”

Angler Gaming have launched a new brand aimed at certain parts of the lucrative Latin American market. The Betsson subsidiary’s CasinoEstrella.com site is looking to capitalize on the Mexican and Chilean markets in particular and will offer over 100 casino games in total. Speaking upon the launch of the new site, the company’s CEO Hans Dahlgren said that they would be expanding into “other market in the region during Q4”.

NYX Interactive’s new mobile casino suite ‘Move’ has been released with Leovegas the brand’s first sign-up. ‘Move’ powered by the NYX Open Gaming System (OGS) lets clients access a number of casino games that have been specifically designed for people on the move. Leovegas will get five games from the NYX portfolio including The Snake Charmer, Big Foot and Doctor Love. David Flynn, CEO of NYX Interactive commented: “This is yet another new chapter in the unfolding book of NYX as we premiere our first set of game titles for mobile and tablet devices. Via NYX OGS our mobile content is seamlessly delivered to our licensees, without the need for any upgrades or changes on their behalf.”

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