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“Focus on Gamification”: SOFTSWISS shares its vision of the online betting future

“Focus on Gamification”: SOFTSWISS shares its vision of the online betting future
Aug 29 2022 Share

Online betting is one of the fastest-growing spheres of online entertainment therefore it attracts more and more people to launch its business or boost the existing ones. Learning the latest trends is a must for both newcomers and experienced players.

As an innovative iGaming provider, SOFTSWISS shares its vision of gamification – one of the most significant trends in online betting – and what impact it has on the dynamic industry.

Alexander Kamenetskyi, Head of SOFTSWISS Sportsbook

 

Head of SOFTSWISS Sportsbook Alexander Kamenetskyi stated that gamification has been integrated into many aspects of life: from bank systems to the variety of entertaining mobile apps. Kamenetskyi highlights how gamification is an integral part of our lives and, with SOFTSWISS being the innovative iGaming provider it is, such a trend is not to be ignored. Proving to be an incredibly promising aspect for the industry in general and online betting in particular, gamification opens unlimited opportunities.

The sports betting platform was created to provide limitless growth opportunities for clients and endless value to sports fans.

 

But what is the SOFTSWISS Sportsbook? The  project is a sports betting software platform launching an online sports betting business, created to provide limitless opportunities for clients & sports fans. Covering over 22,000 sports events across more than 180 sports in 1,200 markets so far, the software is the definite step forward in today’s gaming world.

Laser-focused on developing new non-standard features such as Hunting Tournaments, Lootbox bonuses and others, the SOFTSWISS team strive for stability and innovation. The programme also offers one-of-a-kind exclusive tools for the first time ever, pledging to catch up with every trend whilst adding their own expertise.

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About SOFTSWISS 

SOFTSWISS is an international iGaming company supplying certified software solutions for managing gambling operations. The expert team, which counts 1,300+ employees, is based in Malta, Poland, Georgia, and Belarus.  SOFTSWISS holds a number of gaming licences and provides one-stop-shop iGaming software solutions. The company has a vast product portfolio, including the Online Casino Platform, the Game Aggregator with thousands of casino games, the Affilka affiliate platform, the Sportsbook Platform and the Jackpot Aggregator. In 2013 SOFTSWISS was the first in the world to introduce a bitcoin-optimised online casino solution.

€4,600 raised for repatriation of late Kristina Zivanovic’s body

€4,600 raised for repatriation of late Kristina Zivanovic’s body
Aug 29 2022 Share

A whopping €4,600 in donations have been raised in a fundraiser set up for the repatriation of late Kristina Zivanovic’s body. 

The 23-year-old Serbian woman was unfortunately killed after being hit by a bus in Birkirkara last Wednesday. She was rushed to Mater Dei Hospital by ambulance but sadly lost her life. 

As of time of writing, 31% of the €15,000 goal has already been reached, with 202 donors pitching in. Zivanovic’s family moved to Malta 14 years ago to seek better job opportunities. 

The funds raised will help in repatriating the young woman’s body back to Serbia, covering all other legal expenses. Tributes have also been pouring in for Kristina, as many mourn her untimely passing. 

Her funeral will be taking place on the 30th of August in St Paul’s Bay at the Madonna tal-Karmnu Chapel. Attendees are being encouraged to wear only colours ‘as bright as her smile’, wrote her father Strahinja Rajkovic.

Click here to donate. 

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€5,000 fine for man who did not pass mail and vouchers to wife

€5,000 fine for man who did not pass mail and vouchers to wife
Aug 29 2022 Share

A man was fined €5,000 after he was deemed guilty of not passing on mail, including government vouchers, to his wife. 

The 53-year-old man and his wife are currently going through separation proceedings, with the former being accused that on August 6th 2021, and in the previous weeks and months, he prevented his wife from collecting her belongings. 

Despite not living together, the wife kept the ID card with the address of the matrimonial home in Rabat. The mail being kept from her included the government vouchers issued in her name. 

The woman testified that she never received the vouchers, and that her husband had signed for them. The man of foreign nationality who lives in the same apartment also testified. 

He stated that he had rented a place from the accused and he used to hand over the mail which did not belong to him. A MIMCOL representative also testified, saying that the vouchers were distributed and they were collected. 

A Maltapost representative also testified that the vouchers were duly distributed to the mentioned address. Magistrate Monica Vella said that it was the husband’s obligation to pass the mail on to the person who is entitled to it. 

The accused was therefore found guilty and fined €2,000 on the first charge and €3,000 on the second. 

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Kayak for Charity take on a new challenge aimed to break their own fundraising record for Inspire Malta

Kayak for Charity take on a new challenge aimed to break their own fundraising record for Inspire Malta
Aug 29 2022 Share

The duo behind Kayak for Charity, Dorian and Albert, are taking on a new challenge this year, with the aim to continue renewing their support towards Inspire Foundation Malta. This time, the pair will be paddling by canoes around the island of Malta, in aid of Inspire.

Last year, the pair took on an outstanding paddling journey of more than 1000 kilometres starting from Malta to Sicily, and then journeying all around the island of Sicily – a journey that took almost a month. This year the duo will be embarking on a new adventure making them the first persons to paddle an OC1 around Malta, all in aid of Inspire Foundation.

Used in competitive sport, Albert and Dorian are the only people to own the OC1 canoes in Malta, and through this initiative, this will be the first time that an OC1 will be paddling around Malta. One of the most obvious challenges is that the stroke and seating are quite different from that of a kayak, and Albert and Dorian may have to withstand severe back pain to complete the route. There is also very limited storage space on the vessel so any food and drink would need to be rationed throughout. In addition, they will paddle this journey unassisted.

The distance of this paddle journey is 42 Nautical miles, or approximately 75 km. The entire journey should take just over 12 hours of hard work and padding but is also very much dependent on weather conditions. The pair plan to take on this new paddle journey in August, following Santa Maria feast.

In 2021, Dorian and Albert managed to raise the wonderful sum of €20,000 for Inspire Foundation. This year, they aim to break their own record. All those interested in supporting Kayak for Charity through this journey can submit their donation by clicking on one of the donation buttons on this page: https://inspire.org.mt/kayakforcharity/

If you’d like to donate more than the options available, you may email [email protected] to make your donation.

For more information, visit https://inspire.org.mt/

Inspire Foundation is a registered voluntary organisation bearing VO number VO/0199

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