City of Lauderhill Announces More Openings and Plans for Future

first_imgLauderhill, FL – The City of Lauderhill, in conjunction with surrounding cities and Broward County, is working toward a safe and systematic re-open plan for Lauderhill residents and businesses.  Last week, Lauderhill’s passive parks re-opened. Professional services and other businesses in multi-office business buildings can return to business, while encouraged to have staff telework when possible.  There is to be no public access except for essential business. Personal Services to include salons and barbershops can operate following the CDC Guidelines as outlined in Attachment 4 of EO 20-10. All services and goods providers, as well as customers and those utilizing allowable amenities, must still comply with all CDC guidelines and state and local ordinances for social distancing and facial coverings. At this time, restaurants and food establishments are permitted to open with six-foot distance requirements and at 50% of the maximum indoor seating capacity. Retail establishments can operate with a 50% maximum capacity. Lauderhill CARES ProgramThe City of Lauderhill is still accepting applications for the Lauderhill CARES Program. The City of Lauderhill’s COVID-19 Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Program is provided from State and Federal funds to assist residents and businesses suffering as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. For more information, please log on to lauderhill-fl.gov/LauderhillCARESprogram, e-mail [email protected], or call 954-777-2045. The City of Lauderhill issued State of Emergency Order 20-14, which mirrors and references most of Broward County’s Emergency Order 20-10, with a few minor restrictions. Community rooms, fitness centers, and gyms in multi-family housing developments or associations can operate according to the guidelines outlined in Attachment 6 at a 50% maximum capacity.  All pools, except commercial fitness pools, may open at 50% maximum occupancy. See attachment 7. Museums may also reopen at a 25% maximum capacity. See Attachment 8. All Lauderhill parks will re-open Tuesday, May 26, 2020. However, recreation buildings shall remain closed. Park hours will remain sunrise to sunset at all passive parks listed in SOE 20-12 and all other City parks shall open from sunrise to sunset as well, with the exception of recreation buildings which shall remain closed. The Drive-In Movie Theater can operate within the guidelines as stated in Attachment 5 of EO 20-10 with 50% maximum capacity. last_img read more

Arland & Tiplix form MyTeam.bet strategic partnership

first_img Sports betting platform supplier Arland (arland.at) has formed a strategic partnership with German operator Tiplix (Tiplix.com) launching MyTeam.bet a software solution which allows German sports clubs to launch their own white-label betting brands.The MyTeam.bet concept will allow German sports clubs to manage their own branded sportsbook utilising Arland software and Tiplix operating provisions. The sports betting solution will be made available to partners on both desktop and mobile verticals.Participating clubs will benefit from ‘risk-free’ revenues generated from their fan bases, in what Arland and Tiplix are calling an industry first for the German sports betting sector.The MyTeam.bet partnership has gained its first sports club in Regional Liga Südwest club Offenbacher Fussball-Club Kickers (commonly known as the (Offenbacher Kickers). Offenbacher fans can now place wagers via a fully brands ofc.tiplix.com website.Offenbacher Kickers CEO Christopher Fiori commented on joining the MyTeam.bet program “It makes me very proud that Kickers Offenbach as first movers offer their own sports betting site. Our fans can now place bets on top odds at an OFC website while supporting their team at the same time. A win-win situation for everybody.”Arland and Tiplix management have detailed that once Offenbacher Kickers are settled as partners, MyTeam.bet will announce further German sports clubs. MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Submit Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020last_img read more

Joey Barton has FA ban for breaching betting rules reduced

first_img English football suspension extended until 30 April  March 19, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Share Premier League looks to broadcast every behind-closed-door fixture August 28, 2020 Related Articles Upon appeal, the ban of former England international and Premier League footballer, Joey Barton has been reduced by five months.  Barton was punished by The FA for breaching betting and player conduct rules on 1,260 bets on matches between 26 March 2006 and 13 May 2016.  The former Burnley midfielder appealed against the length of the ban, describing it as ‘excessive.’ The appeal board of the FA agreed with Barton and shortened the ban which was due to end on 25 October 2018, but will now end on 1 June 2018.The report by the FA, said the ban now “reflects the overall seriousness of the breaches and also the mitigation including the full extent of Mr Barton’s addiction.”Barton, who was released by Burnley in May was given a one match ban by the Scottish FA in November 2016, whilst playing for Rangers, also for breaching gambling rules. Last April the footballer announced on his personal website, that the length of the FAhas “effectively forced me into an early retirement.”Barton revealed on Twitter that he was also due to play in a charity match for victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, however, as it is an FA sanctioned match his ban will inhibit him from playing any part in the game. Share UEFA confirms indefinite Finals postponement March 24, 2020last_img read more

Where sports meet esports: Introducing the ESI Super Forum at #bofcon2018

first_img StumbleUpon SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Submit SBC Global and Esports Insider have teased the launch of the ESI Super Forum for next year’s Betting on Football conference at Stamford Bridge (20-23 March).Following on from the success of the Esports Insider Forum Series, held at Fnatic’s Bunkr between July and October, the ESI Super Forum has been confirmed as a stand alone event for the second full day of #bofcon2018 (Thursday 22 March).It has been designed to provide a thorough explanation of the opportunities and challenges that exist within the worlds of traditional sports and esports, as the two become increasingly intertwined. The agenda will not be confined to gambling, with panel discussions and workshops covering whether an esports team is a worthy investment, why and how sports clubs should get involved, the Olympic debate, case studies of the Overwatch League, sponsorships and plenty more. Overall, there will be six panels and workshops comprising more than 30 experts in the space, while there will also be an esports business exhibition zone, meeting rooms, tournaments and plenty of opportunity to network throughout the day and into the evening at the event’s official closing party at Under the Bridge.This conference’s focus on the convergence of traditional sports stakeholders and esports comes at a pivotal time. We’re seeing evermore team owners and players from the worlds of the NBA, the NFL, the NHL, football, and more entering the space, from securing stakes or outright buying teams and franchises in leagues to launching their own companies. This week for instance there was news of the Gerard Piqué backed eFootball.pro signing a partnership with Konami. We can take the Overwatch League as an example of this sports meets esports phenomenon too; of its twelve franchises, eight of them have ties to traditional sports team owners or players. New York Mets co-owner Fred Wilpon is tied to Houston Outlaws, Los Angeles Gladiators are owned by the Kroenke Group, which has stakes in Arsenal FC, the LA Rams and four Colorado teams, while their neighbouring side Los Angeles Valiant is owned by the Immortals organisation which has seen investment from the co-owner of the Memphis Grizzlies. Finally, The Anschutz Group is involved in LA Galaxy, LA Kings and the LA Lakers.There are plenty more ties between major sports clubs and their owners in both the Overwatch League, for which franchise slots have reportedly cost upwards of $20m (£15.2m), and elsewhere in teams across League of Legends, Dota 2, CS:GO, Rocket League, FIFA and other titles. Undoubtedly, esports organisations could learn something from the business models and organisational structures in sports which have lasted the test of time and found ever more inventive ways of monetising, whilst these same clubs and sports bodies would do well to take a note out of some of their esports counterparts when it comes to new ideas and fan engagement. One of four packed-out ESI Forum Series events looked at the opportunity for football clubs specifically in esports, and why they’re entering. The session saw VfL Wolfsburg FIFA pro David Bytheway, Fnatic CEO Wouter Sleijffers and Sky Sports commentator Gary Taphouse discuss the topic, with the key takeaway being that there are far more rewarding opportunities for teams should they venture beyond the realms of just FIFA.There’ll be plenty more in-depth insight for both those in and around esports at the ESI Super Forum, and any stakeholders from the sporting world who are considering making the leap, or indeed are already involved in the world of esports, should find it an exceptional opportunity to learn and make some strong contacts whilst doing so. Sam Cooke, Editor-in-Chief at  Esports Insider, commented: “We received some great feedback from the ESI Forum Series, where we tackled topics including football clubs entering esports, the challenges and opportunities of esports betting, merchandise and apparel and a look at sponsorships more broadly. “With the ESI Super Forum we’ll be building on this, and focusing the event on a key area which we feel has not been amply attended to in the esports conference space – that is the where traditional sports and esports meet.“As with our Forum series, we’ll provide a place to educate people on both sides, generate some ideas and discussion, give all attendees plenty of networking time and ensure everyone has a fun day whilst doing so. In order to ensure this happens, we’ll have esports tournaments, food throughout the day, London’s best coffee and a tiptop official closing party to round it all off!”Those attending Betting on Football 2018 will gain full access to the ESI Super Forum on Thursday March 22nd (10-6pm) and the shared after party (7.30pm till late). For those solely interested in the ESI Super Forum, you can head here for more information and to secure tickets. Anyone with any questions about the event, or for those interested in sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, please contact Sam Cooke on [email protected] get tickets and further information about the event, visit the website HERE. Related Articles Premier League looks to broadcast every behind-closed-door fixture August 28, 2020 EFL announces that all non-Sky Sports fixtures will be available to stream August 27, 2020 Share Sharelast_img read more

MMIG announces Income Access referral partnership

first_img Related Articles StumbleUpon Alberto Alfieri: Leading the way for Gamingtec’s B2C growth August 25, 2020 Share EU research agency demands urgent action on loot box consumer safeguards July 29, 2020 SBC to host first dedicated virtual event for Latin America May 19, 2020 Share Income Access, the Paysafe marketing technology and services provider, has announced a referral partnership with MMIG.Under the terms of the deal, the Frankfurt headquartered marketing consultancy, whose MMIG Connector product streamlines recruitment for iGaming brands, is to recommend the Income Access affiliate platform to its online gambling partners.Maximilian Solz, CEO of MMIG, said: “We chose to partner with Income Access because of its reputation as a market leader in affiliate tracking solutions. “As more operators expand into emerging markets around the world and increasingly leverage the affiliate channel, we see the Income Access software and our MMIG Connector as complementary products. We look forward to developing more product and business synergies in the future.”Through its connector search engine product MMIG, founded in 2017, supports the growth of iGaming brands affiliate programmes.Allowing affiliate managers to streamline recruitment, with a database of in excess of 3,000 publishers across Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Scandinavia and Asia, searches can be segmented according to multiple criteria, including geo focus, traffic volumes, vertical and first-time depositor (FTD) status.In addition, each affiliate integrated with the connector receives an individual rating, based on traffic, FTD status and location.Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO of Income Access and Digital Wallets at Paysafe, added: “We’re excited to partner with MMIG. The company’s sophisticated Connector tool provides an impactful solution to affiliate management teams. We look forward to working together to optimise the iGaming affiliate channel for brands in multiple verticals.”MMIG clients using the connector will now be formally recommended Income Access’ affiliate platform, with the partnership also seeing the firms affiliate management team using the tool to facilitate affiliate recruitment.It was also detailed that “the product will support the growth of close to 20 affiliate programmes managed by the Income Access team in the sports-betting, casino, lottery and daily fantasy. Submitlast_img read more

Sportradar sends a message about protecting its tennis data

first_imgShare Submit David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 Sportradar has sent a message that it is prepared to protect its data rights and willing to go to some lengths to make sure that the work the firm puts into its data business is not undervalued. To that end, it has now announced it has agreed a settlement with BetConstruct and two unnamed bookmakers regarding its database rights.Sportradar believes that the specialist collection, management and distribution of sports data is core to its business. In a statement, it said: “The Sportradar group of companies have together invested a great deal of time, energy and resource into the creation and management of proprietary databases of sports data, often in partnership with national and international rights holders such as the International Tennis Federation (the ITF), the international governing body of tennis.”Sportradar revealed that it has recently settled legal proceedings issued in the High Court in London on 29 September 2017 against BetConstruct and two bookmakers in relation to their use of live tennis data from ITF events and tournaments, which was not licensed by Sportradar or the ITF.The parties have now reached a confidential agreement to resolve all claims involving historic use of ITF live data, with BetConstruct paying Sportradar an undisclosed monetary sum and agreeing to take a licence from Sportradar in relation to data from the ITF database going forward with the right to grant sub-licences to the two bookmakers to use the data.The company said: “By issuing proceedings, Sportradar has underlined its firm belief in the central importance and value of databases, and the database right, to this industry, and as a global data and content business it will take all necessary and available steps, in any jurisdiction, to protect its database rights against unauthorised use.“The agreement reached also demonstrates that all parties to the proceedings are firmly committed to the integrity of the sports betting ecosystem, and that BetConstruct and the two bookmakers support Sportradar’s desire to enable fans to enjoy sports betting in a safe and quality assured environment.”The agreement comes as the sport of tennis is taking a closer look at the use of its data as part of its review into its integrity problems. One of the solutions suggested in a recent report is the limiting of live data on matches for the betting industry although such an approach seems likely to receive opposition from a range of stakeholders. Share Related Articles Sportradar combats social media abuse with player protection solution August 17, 2020 Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 StumbleUponlast_img read more

Enteractive unveils new state-of-the-art Malta headquarters

first_img Share STS inks new partnership with Enteractive December 5, 2019 Enteractive kicks off World Cup marketing campaign May 1, 2018 Share Submit Related Articles Pinnacle invests in its players through Enteractive link-up February 27, 2018 StumbleUpon Retention solution provider Enteractive has moved into new state-of-the-art office space in Malta, as it looks to meet the growing demand for its services.The new office has been designed to create a comfortable working environment, with the aim of improving the wellbeing of its employees as well as boosting productivity levels.Capturing the Enteractive culture of going the extra mile for its customers, the 800 square metre headquarters features a number of modern comforts to make staff feel at home.At the heart of its operations is a 4-metre wide media wall that will be used for work purposes and social events, such as brainstorm meetings and displaying live sporting events. It also includes a fully-functional modern kitchen which is used to serve all staff breakfast and lunch every day during working hours.Placing sports as the fundamental motivator for the company’s overall drive, the new Enteractive home comes with its very own state-of-the-art sports bar. Filled with 7 plasma TVs showing the latest motor races, football matches, cycling tours and much more, the unique concept aims to bring together all staff in a team-like environment fuelled by adrenaline and energy.The new office will house 70 employees, with more set to follow as part of the provider’s recruitment drive.Mikael Hansson, CEO of Enteractive, believes the company’s new surroundings will increase energy levels among staff, as well as present the perfect opportunity to attract new talent and help grow the business even further.“Having a comfortable working environment is something we feel very strongly about, and we are sure our staff will really appreciate the recent investment we have made into our new office surroundings,” said Hansson.“At Enteractive, we always go beyond the call of duty to provide an excellent service for our customers. We’ve adopted the exact same mentality for our own staff to give them the best possible chance to flourish in a comfortable working environment.”last_img read more

Paul Graham, Mark Jarvis: The FOBT ruling has been tough for independent bookmakers

first_imgShare Submit Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 Share Related Articles Mark Wilson: How FSB is meeting the recreational cricket punter’s demands August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Paul GrahamWith the FOBT ruling coming into play earlier this year, the effect upon retail-focused bookmakers has been tough, with some having to close their doors for good. In a chat with Paul Graham from Mark Jarvis Racing, he told SBC that the FOBT ruling has been tough on independent bookmakers, but that he hopes the new partnership with FSB will help grow Mark Jarvis’ online presence.SBC: The FOBT ruling came in place a few months back, and we’ve seen a number of the larger bookmakers implement cuts / closing stores to offset the impact – what has been the effect on independent bookmakers?Paul Graham: The impact to independent bookmakers has been hard. This is a difficult time for the industry and we still probably do not yet know the full impact of the decision. Without a doubt, shops are closing because of it and people will lose their jobs.  As a company we have adapted as quickly and best we could given the unexpected acceleration of the implementation of the stakes cut. With our new website we are also adapting a model of assigning revenue back to shops. This is something other bookmakers do not do. They push online hard because the overheads are cheaper. We are trying to tie online and our retail estate together as much as possible as they are both as equally important in delivering the service our customers deserve.SBC: How important has it been to secure this digital upgrade partnership with FSB? And what are your hopes for this relationship in the future?PG: We reviewed many suppliers before deciding to go with FSB. They have a great platform to build our digital ambitions on. The tech is right and the people are right. Mark Jarvis is a company with a long, respected heritage on the local High Street, being founded more than 55 years ago.  FSB is a fast paced technology company. This actually makes us the perfect partners, bringing together our vast industry experience coupled with their cutting edge technology. The size of our businesses means we can move extremely quickly to adopt and try new features that other companies simply cannot implement at the same speed and smaller companies cannot support. The winners will be our customers as they benefit from both innovation and customer service that is second to none. Our customers are loyal to our brand because they know what to expect: first class service from knowledgeable sports enthusiasts. We can now deliver the same with our digital presence. Offering a refreshingly customer centric experience to people that want to enjoy fun sports betting, but not limited to our shops geographical spread. Our totally UK based Customer Service Team are there to help too.SBC: Customers are tending to shift more towards a mobile-first approach to betting – how does Mark Jarvis plan to capitalise on this?PG: Mobile betting has transformed this industry. The ease of placing a bet from virtually anywhere is great for customers and a challenge that all retail betting shops have to adapt to. We are embracing this and will soon be launching the new FSB Android and iOS sports betting apps, but we are also building a firm bridge between digital and retail. Our shops are a place to watch sports, have a chat with a member of staff that knows you by first name and will make you a cuppa. We want you to pop in and say Hi. Customer service and relationships with customers is not dead at Mark Jarvis. We are not a faceless internet only company or Plc keeping shareholders happy. We will not employ chat bots on our new website at www.mjsports.bet.When you deal with someone, it will be one of our employees.  If you place a bet over the counter or on your phone, our number one goal is that you do so with us because our brand matters. We stand out because we are not just “retail”. This is a niche industry where our customers matter to us, our staff matter to us and sports matter to us.last_img read more

IWG lands three-year instant win deal for Loterie Nationale

first_img Share Submit EU research agency demands urgent action on loot box consumer safeguards July 29, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Belgian Pro League live betting streaming deal for Stats Perform August 21, 2020 Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Instant Win Gaming (IWG) will drive the next phase of online lottery growth in Belgium through an extension of its partnership with International Game Technology (IGT).Loterie Nationale, the country’s National Lottery, has handed IWG a three-year contract to deliver its instant win content following a competitive procurement process.The supplier will, therefore, be integrating its own Progressive Play Remote Game Server (RGS) – complete with a portfolio of over 100 titles – into the existing IGT platform in Belgium.IWG has previously partnered with IGT to provide games to Norsk Tipping – the Norwegian state gaming operator which has selected Optima as its sportsbook platform provider – and Lotto New Zealand, with two further launches planned for the US before the end of 2019.This latest deal demonstrates the global appeal of content from IWG, whose games are live with lotteries from British Columbia to Pennsylvania and the UK to New Zealand.Rhydian Fisher, IWG CEO, said: “The opportunity to work with the team at Loterie Nationale, one of the world’s leading lotteries, is hugely pleasing and very exciting for us. The lottery’s plans to innovate, entertain and grow online are amongst the most inspiring we’ve seen, so we’re very much looking forward to the partnership.“Winning an opportunity like this through an open and competitive RFP process is a source of great pride for the whole company. With our partners at IGT, we’ll work tirelessly to help Loterie Nationale attract new players, entertain existing players and ultimately generate funds for good causes in Belgium.” Kevin Van Belle, Strategy and Change Management at Loterie Nationale, added: “Partnering with IWG is an important step for us as we ramp up our efforts to further evolve our games offering.“The IWG portfolio is a proven success in other national and state lotteries. We’re confident in IWG’s expertise in delivering quality and reliable instant win games and excited about the prospect of innovating together in the coming years.” Related Articleslast_img read more

LeoVegas agrees €15m Authentic Gaming offload to Genting

first_imgShare LeoVegas demands Spelinspektionen clarifies rules on deposit limits July 13, 2020 LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Share Submit Related Articles StumbleUpon Swedish CEOs challenge ‘unrealistic demands’ against threat of igaming becoming obsolete June 8, 2020 Issuing a market filing this morning, the governance of Stockholm-listed LeoVegas AB has agreed to sell its live gaming vertical Authentic Gaming to Genting Group for €15 million (£13m).Updating investors, LeoVegas details that the transaction is undertaken on a ‘debt-free basis’ and represents a return of more than 100% on its investment in the live gaming enterprise.LeoVegas’ investment in Authentic Gaming was undertaken by ‘LeoVentures’, the Stockholm enterprise’s investment unit specialising in strategic funding of new igaming verticals, designed to accelerate LeoVegas’ corporate value.Gustaf Hagman, Group CEO of LeoVegas, said: “This is a milestone for LeoVegas. The time is now right to sell the enterprise to the industry giant Genting, which is the perfect buyer to take Authentic Gaming to the next level. The deal shows our innovative strength in the Group and our ability to develop and build sustainable companies. We have thereby created shareholder value with more than a 100% return on our investment in Authentic Gaming.”Taking over Authentic Gaming assets, Genting underlines the importance of the live gaming vertical as the company continues to its digital strategy overhaul.Jeremy Taylor, Managing Director of Genting Online, commented: “Our global presence in land-based casino gives us a platform to grow online at a fast pace. Our vision is to offer our customers an amazing gaming experience from all of our casinos around the world, 24 hours a day through any device. With Authentic Gaming’s advanced technology and innovative product, we are convinced that together we have a good position to realise that vision.”last_img read more