Intralot gets Cypriot licence; Aristocrat expands Spanish offering; NetEnt keeps everyone on tenterhooks

intralot czech completion logoIntralot’s Cypriot subsidiary has been awarded a new two-year licence to operate land-based betting in the Mediterranean country. The Royal Highgate Public Company Ltd got the “A class” betting licence under the country’s new law that covers firms with a desire to offer retail betting in Cyprus. RHPC’s manager, Vassilis Yakoumis, added: “Being the first operator to receive the new betting license reiterates our commitment to sustained compliance with the legislative framework of the jurisdictions where we operate and underlines our strategic decision to continue our successful operations in the country”. Cyprus’ online betting legislation has been a source of controversy since it was adopted in July with OPAP the only firm permitted to offer sports betting and a passive numbers game. There seems no such problem in the land-based industry though.

Aristocrat’s presence in Spain is set to increase after they released their first title for the country’s “bar market”. Desert Magic is a two-screen video feature that has a number of bonus games as well as a magic wheel feature and comes out alongside the “salon” based Where’s The Gold. Anyone that wants to know more about the two games is advised to visit Aristocrat’s stand at the upcoming ICE Totally Gaming exhibition in London’s ExCeL Centre from Feb. 5-7.

Net Entertainment is a company keeping everyone on tenterhooks ahead of ICE 2013, where they are planning “another big unveiling”. NetEnt new product will get its debut on Tuesday Feb. 5, at 3:30 p.m. at the stand that is located at S2-150. The new product will be shown alongside their new live casino product as well as sneak previews of upcoming games.