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This could be the best Black Friday deal out there

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This could be the best Black Friday deal out there

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The holiday season is descending upon us before you know it. And with it, everyone’s favorite shopping day: Black Friday!

Those willing to risk a few bucks in the hopes of striking it big, can grab a bargain this weekend. That’s because all new, and existing Lottoland customers can claim a 20% discount on all Lotteries and Scratchcards.

Lottoland was already the cheapest place to play for all of the biggest international lottery jackpots from Malta. Now they are taking things to next level, with unmissable Black Friday offer.

Ahead, find some of our favorite picks and top tips to make sure you get the best value out of this landmark event.

You might have the winning numbers for the next big lottery draw, but remember you still need to play to win! Just click here to get started with this 20% discount.

This offer is only available until midnight on Cyber Monday. So, don’t hold out too long if you would like to take a shot at ending to 2022 with a bang. 

Pro tip: There was never a better time grab a bargain, while locking in your lucky numbers with Lottoland’s subscription option. Never miss a winning opportunity and get 20% off on all lotteries and Scratchcards this Black Friday weekend. Click here to get started.

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Lottoland is operated by European Lotto and Betting Limited and is licensed by the MGA, license number MGA/B2C/609/2018. Players must be 18 or over. Please gamble responsibly. For help visit rgf.org.mt.

The offer is available to all players by logging in or signing up through the link provided in the article above. The promotion opens on the 25th November and expires on 28th November 2022 at 23:59 CEST. 20% discount is available on Lotteries and Scratchcards only. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions which are found here.

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David Beckham & Apple among potential buyers after Manchester United was put up for sale

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David Beckham & Apple among potential buyers after Manchester United was put up for sale

Football legend and former Manchester United player David Beckham as well as US tech giant Apple are both interested in purchasing English club Manchester United after The Glazers put it up for sale.

Reports began to emerge of Apple expressing interest in purchasing what is considered the world’s biggest football club for £5.8 billion while Beckham is also reportedly open to engaging in talks with United.

The Manchester United legend and cultural icon is reportedly unable of buying the club on his own but may form part of a larger investment consortium which would come together to strengthen their bid for the Red Devils.

A few months ago, 34-year-old combat sports icon Conor McGregor expressed interest in purchasing Manchester United in the wake of the controversy generated by the European Super League. On Twitter, he had written “Hey guys, I’m thinking about buying Manchester United! What do you think?”

The Glazers put United on the market on Tuesday after first purchasing it back in 2005 for £790 million.

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Paola shooter Roderick Cassar to become first person ever charged with femicide in Malta

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Paola shooter Roderick Cassar to become first person ever charged with femicide in Malta

Estranged husband Roderick Cassar is set to be charged by the police for the fatal shooting of 40-year-old Bernice Cassar in Paola on Monday 22nd November.

42-year-old Cassar will be the first person to be charged with femicide in Malta after the law was introduced earlier this year in the aftermath of Paulina Dembska’s violent murder on New Year’s Day.

Femicide is an aggravated version of the homicide offence, a law which encourages judges to seek harsher sentences for murders which are committed on women because they are female. Cassar was arrested on Wednesday after police spent 17 hours in front of his Qrendi home attempting to convince him to give himself up.

Lawyers Franco Debono and Marion Camilleri are representing Cassar while lawyers Stefano and Marita Pace Dimech are appearing for the victim’s family parte civile.

On Friday, the international day for elimination of violence against women, local activists will gather outside Malta’s police headquarters to ask who will answer for Malta’s femicides.

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Spicy Chill from SOFTSWISS: Bright Flavours and Unique Emotions

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Spicy Chill from SOFTSWISS: Bright Flavours and Unique Emotions

On 2–3 November, iGaming industry expert SOFTSWISS amused  Maltese citizens and visitors with its bright and creative ice cream truck at Sliema and Gzira. Two days in a row, everyone could enjoy exclusive flavours of chilli ice cream from SOFTSWISS to cool a little down in the heat that the company’s presence is bringing to the Mediterranean island.

The SOFTSWISS spicy desserts helped attract interest both to the company and its progressive solutions. Guests of the ice cream truck appreciated the originality of the idea and the variety of chilli flavours.

By adding a cooling spice to its large-scale promotional campaign in Malta, SOFTSWISS managed not only to give light to its top-notch solutions but also to come up with interesting job offerings. Having an office on the island and growing its regional presence, the company is interested in attracting professionals to its team.

As part of the SOFTSWISS campaign, 800+ portions of ice cream were served over the two days, accompanied by smiles and bright emotions.

With this and some other activities to follow, SOFTSWISS will smoothly enter SiGMA Europe, which will take place on 14–18 November in Valletta. Visitors are welcome to stand S17 to learn about the winning combination of SOFTSWISS solutions and products. Stay tuned!

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