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Blueprint Gaming blends sizzling mechanics with classic slot fun in Cash Strike Hotstepper


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June 20, 2024

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A blistering experience awaits in Blueprint Gaming’s latest offering Cash Strike Hotstepper, as a host of thrilling mechanics take centre stage, including the eye-catching Hotstepper feature offering lavish cash rewards.

Stepping into a retro 3×3 grid, a feast of fruit symbols is accompanied by flaming gold coins with the title’s five pathways offering a mammoth 50,000x the original bet.

All cash symbols or fixed jackpots on reels one or three are awarded when they land alongside the sizzling Cash Strike Collect symbol on reel two.

The same winning combination will also activate the Cash Strike Bonus Game, where any coin landing in view is collected by the Cash Strike symbol on the centre reel, resetting the total free spins to three. Optimising chances for grand wins, the additional feature will continue until all spins run out.

The title’s headline Hotstepper feature is triggered when the Cash Collect symbol lands on reel two. Once activated, the Collect symbol moves down one position each round, enhancing the player’s chances of securing cash and jackpot wins on reels one and three.

Returns are also maximised through the game’s Gold Strike feature, which collects all cash or collect symbols during every spin and adds them to the flaming cash strike logo at the top of the screen. With the chance of dropping at any point during gameplay, players are guaranteed additional access to the Cash Strike Bonus Game.

Cash Strike Hotstepper marks the latest release from Blueprint Gaming, with a host of highly anticipated titles also on the horizon during a jam-packed summer slot schedule.

Jo Purvis, Director of Marketing, PR and Events at Blueprint Gaming, said: “We’re delighted to launch the latest title in our ever-popular Cash Strike series, where a classic slot experience is blended meticulously with innovative fresh mechanics.

“Cash Strike Hotstepper’s Cash Collect and Hotstepper features lead the way, maximising player’s chances of securing major wins and gaining access to the lavish bonus game. Our latest summer release is coming in hot!”

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1win is Among the Participants of iGB LiVE iGaming Conference


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June 20, 2024

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1win will join the iGB L!VE conference in Amsterdam, taking place between July 16-19. The event will bring together industry leaders. As part of the leading iGaming providers, 1win will have a grandstand and showcase its affiliate partner offering and the high-end product that reached 30 million players last year. They will also host two amazing giveaways, with prizes including an Apple Vision Pro and a special gift to be revealed later.

During the exhibition, they will discuss common opportunities, current trends, and exchange ideas about the affiliate business landscape.

The team behind 1win plans to stand by its words, “The Future of iGaming starts here”, and provide some bewildering perks to its affiliate partners.

Affiliate partners have a lot of food for thought with 1win’s affiliate program

The affiliate program from 1win is ready to be a big part of iGB Live, giving chances and advantages to affiliate partners. The company promises top-level payouts, unmatched flexibility, and complete tools to help affiliates improve their campaigns for the best results possible. With 1win’s strong progress in size and worldwide reach – having 474000+ partners – people can trust one of the leading iGaming brand as an excellent choice for affiliates.

The distinctive characteristic of 1win’s affiliate program is its excellent Revenue Share model. A representative from the company said, “We’ve got one of the top affiliate programs, particularly for RS partners. It’s not usual to see affiliates receiving payment out of the GGR, and we begin at 50%.” This revenue-sharing percentage is very high, and it shows 1win’s dedication to giving back to its affiliate partners who help make their business successful.

Alongside the appealing revenue-sharing structure, 1win’s affiliate plan includes various characteristics that aim to enhance the abilities of affiliates and simplify their activities. The company gives access to high-level tracking and reporting instruments, which allows affiliates to watch how well their campaigns are doing at any moment in real time. It helps them take decisions based on data for improving strategies. Additionally, a special group for helping partners with affiliate issues is provided by 1win. They are always ready to guide, give advice and swiftly solve any problems or questions you might have.

Here’s what affiliates can expect from 1win:

  • Up to $200 for CPA
  • RevShare that starts from 50% of GGR
  • iOS & Android engaging apps for the best traffic
  • Own product
  • Truly High LTV
  • Weekly payments for affiliates
  • Personalized approach
  • Target audience across 20+ GEOs

Visitors will have a chance to win TWO high-tech gadgets

Apart from the ravishing affiliate program, 1win is happy to provide their  iGB Live guests with a chance at winning the Apple Vision Pro, one of this year’s most awaited tech gadgets.

Kateryna, who is the CPA Affiliate Team Lead at 1win Partners, expressed that there are big plans from the company for this event. She hinted, “We’ve got some HUGE surprises for our audience and we’re sure they’ll like them,” giving a suggestion about what might come up in these surprises.

Other sources within the company also confirm that there will be something special which will be revealed in Amsterdam.

To participate in this amazing giveaway, visitors only need to go to 1win’s Grand Stand at iGB Live in Amsterdam and leave their business cards in a special box. Guests will be taken through some easy steps to join the contest. A team from 1win will be there to help those who take part and give clear guidance, making sure that everyone has a smooth and pleasant experience.

When and where to find us?

If you are attending the event and want to check out 1win  or sign up for the giveaways, you can visit booth 11-D42. They’ll be present on the 17th and 18th of July. Our team will be pleased to see old friends and meet new partners. We will answer your questions and share useful information.


Fintechs in Kazakhstan Raises Concerns Over Proposed Gambling Regulation


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June 20, 2024

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Fintech companies in Kazakhstan are urging greater scrutiny of a proposed law intended to regulate betting transactions in the country.

The submitted legislation, currently in its final reading, would form a monopoly entity, the Unified Accounting System (UAS), the firms said in a joint press release. The UAS would be used to determine market participants, process payments, maintain a single “electronic wallet” and make settlements with clients. A critical concern is that it could charge up to 1.5% in commissions on all market transactions, within a market where regulated transactions exceed KZT1.2tn ($2.6bn) annually.

Irina Davidenko, a spokesperson for Kazakhstan’s payments industry, commented: “The proposed legislation would be a step backwards for Kazakhstan, harming competition in the country’s vital payments sector and signaling to the outside world that necessary business reform is being driven by shadowy interests, rather than what’s right for industries and consumers.”

The proposal, partly billed as a public health move against problem gambling, resembles a previous initiative, the Betting Accounting Centre (BAC). It was shelved in 2021 after a scandal involving a deputy minister who was dismissed for accepting bribes from BAC lobbyists, according to the press release.

The lack of transparency on the UAS structure and ownership as outlined in the legislation is another aspect of the change that is seen by critics as troubling.

The reintroduction of a UAS model occurred as late as the second reading of the legislation. If passed by parliament, it will become law without the comprehensive impact analysis and scrutiny typical for such significant regulatory change.

Observers argue the new regulation duplicates existing regulatory functions already managed by Kazakh state bodies and was proposed without the cooperation of the National Bank of Kazakhstan. The central bank has previously developed its own reform proposal that avoids introducing a monopolistic entity.

Opponents further contend that the regulation could cause “significant economic damage”. National Bank of Kazakhstan representatives and the payments industry have sounded alarm bells, but the issues have not been adequately addressed, the press release added.

The concerned fintech and payment companies want the legislation to be reconsidered. They are advocating for it to be sent back to the lower house of the legislature for a full regulatory impact analysis and thorough examination to ensure that it does not adversely affect industry or the economy.

Ilya Efimenko, commercial director of the payment organisation PayDala, said: “I appeal to the Senators, who need to know the true purpose of why the UAS has made a comeback in the bill.

“This is a re-emergence of the ‘Betting Accounting Center’ (BAC), a strikingly similar entity that was withdrawn before, and behind which, as the deputy from the Amanat party Elnur Beisenbayev said, are the powerful forces of ‘Old Kazakhstan.’

“Before our eyes, a monopolist, a private operator, is being created. The emergence of monopolies such as the UAS threatens the principles of a Fair Kazakhstan. Now everything is being done to break the financial system of Kazakhstan, recognized by experts as one of the best in Central Asia.”