Nolimit Receives License In Ontario, Velvix Brings CurlX To The US Market and More

Nolimit City Receives Supplier License in Ontario and more news

Nolimit City Receives Supplier License in Ontario and more news

Nolimit Receives Supplier License in Ontario

Nolimit City, an up-and-coming Maltese software brand, has taken another step towards expanding its presence. The company received a license to provide gambling services in Ontario.

After much evaluation, the provider of incredibly addictive slots has received a license from the Ontario Alcohol and Gambling Commission (AGCO). This will allow the supplier to present a number of games in the province, including 15 million local residents, immediately after the market opens its doors on April 4.

This is another major step for Nolimit City, which is a long-standing chance for the brand as they continue to get the audience interested in slot games. At the same time, Canadians will be offered a list of popular slots and the innovative xMechanics which includes the most attractive games.

Speaking about the new phase of development, Nolimit City Commercial Director and Managing Director Malcolm Mizzi said that they were very excited to have received this license and been recognized as one of the first to start operations in the newly regulated Canadian provinces. They love Canadians and believe Canadians love their games. Recall, that Nolimit City has recently added to its portfolio another impressive Misery Mining game. The slot machine has a 7×7 reel that starts with a 3×3. The main feature of the game is the XBomb which allows users to overcome barriers. Additional features such as Misery Extra Spins, xBomb Wild Multiplier and xBomb Mining are also included.

Velvix launches in the US market newest premium product CurlX

Velvix launches in the US market newest premium product CurlX

Velvix brings CurlX to the US market

The innovative CurlX slot machine from land-based casino solutions developer Velvix will be available to operators in the USA from June 2022. The slot is part of a series of three separate products that represent the latest advances in design aesthetics and usability. Specific casinos which will present new items in the first place, have not been announced yet.

A full-fledged release of CurlX machines is expected in the third quarter of 2022, and at the moment the company is conducting final tests and undergoing mandatory certification. The main highlight of the slot machine is a 43-inch curved screen that will project a high-quality 4K image.

In addition, touch functions are implemented on the main display. The panel is almost completely virtual, so users will be able to control the machine without pressing physical buttons on the surface of the case.

With the help of the virtual menu, you can configure the bets. The list of options available to the user includes the choice of active lines, the ability to start the spinning of the reels and stop it as soon as necessary.

Next to the virtual keypad is a wireless charger that players can use to put their gadgets that support this function on. In addition to the main one, the slot machine also has a top screen. It is a 27-inch Full HD display.

The CurlX slot machine is expected to be available to casino operators in the United States from June 2022. It will be sold alongside Velvix’s Climax and Twimax products, which differ in screen orientation. The rest of the device resembles CurlX, but the latter has a curved display.

Recall that Golden Entertainment earned more than a billion dollars in 2021.

New Jersey gambling revenue increased by 29% in February 2022

New Jersey gambling revenue increased by 29% in February 2022

Gross gambling revenue (GGR) for the U.S. state of New Jersey reached $373.3 million in February 2022. This was stated in the monthly report of the New Jersey gambling regulator – The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, published on March 16.

According to the content of the document, compared with February 2021, when the income was $288.3 million, it increased by 29.5%. At the same time, revenue decreased by 2.2% compared to January of this year.

In February 2022, Atlantic City land-based casinos generated $212.4 million. Slots revenue reached $153.9 million and table games revenue reached $58.5 million.

$130 million was earned from online casinos, up 38.6% compared to February 2021.

Sports betting revenue amounted to $30.9 million, down 33.2% over year.

Recall that there are nine casinos in Atlantic City: Bally’s, Borgata, Caesars, Golden Nugget, Hard Rock, Harrah’s, Ocean Casino Resort, Resorts and Tropicana.

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