GutsXpress will operate as a sub-brand of its core Guts.com site Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Online Gambling Email Address Topics: Casino & games Tech & innovation Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has launched a new offering as part of its Guts.com brand as it seeks to appeal to a wider range of consumers across European markets.GutsXpress will run as a sub-brand of Guts.com and offer users the opportunity to play online casino games without features such as promotions and bonuses.The new service will only be accessible for customers in Finland, Germany and Sweden. “It’s a no frills version of Guts.com, where games are king, no promotions or bonuses,” Guts managing director Regan Hobbs explained. “This is for customers whose motivation is to play beautifully crafted casino games, just straight up game play.“For those customers who prefer the full spectrum site and the benefits and UX it offers, Guts.com is for them.”The move represents GiG’s second pay and play launch this year, following the roll out of a similar service with in-house brand Thrills in November.Guts is one of the company’s longest-running brands, having launched alongside Betspin on the GiG Core platform in 2015. It offers gaming content from a range of developers including Nolimit City, which GiG extended a deal with in May.Guts, along with GiG’s other consumer-facing, in-house brands are playing a major role in boosting the company’s financial performance. B2C operations were the main source of income in the third quarter, responsible for €24.4m (£22m/$27.7m) of total revenue (€37.3m).This performance came after CEO Robin Reed demanded improvements from the B2C division after it saw a dip in revenue and earnings in the second quarter of the year. Reed took over as acting CMO to improve operations within the B2B arm at GiG. Companies: GiG GiG rolls out new pay and play service with Guts Regions: Europe Central and Eastern Europe Nordics Germany Finland Sweden AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 12th December 2018 | By contenteditor Casino & games
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 8th April 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Marketing & affiliates Sports betting DFS Digital Fuel is looking to expand into the US market, with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement clearing the Australian online marketing specialist to apply for an Ancillary Casino Service Industry Enterprise Licence in the state.Should its application be successful, Digital Fuel will be able to deliver affiliate marketing solutions to New Jersey-licensed sportsbook operators on a revenue share business, as well as enhancing existing relationships with gaming operators.The affiliate has been active in the US for the past two years, delivering campaigns focused on daily fantasy sports, poker, casino and sports betting. It is currently approved as a licensed vendor, meaning it has only been able to strike fixed fee deals to date.“There has never been a more exciting opportunity within the sports betting community as the explosion of demand for sports wagering products in the USA shows no sign of slowing down and Digital Fuel is delighted to be among the first US pioneers in the highly competitive wagering customer acquisition space,” Digital Fuel Marketing founder and chief executive Toby Oddy said.“Our ACSIE License application reflects our commitment to helping shape the development of New Jersey’s fledgling sports betting market as we ensure the responsible approach to affiliate licensing and regulation becomes the model adopted US-wide as sports betting sweeps the nation.” Tags: Fantasy Sports Mobile Online Gambling Casino & games Digital Fuel is looking to expand into the US market, with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement clearing the Australian online marketing specialist to apply for an Ancillary Casino Service Industry Enterprise Licence in the state. Digital Fuel targets US expansion with new NJ licence Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: US New Jersey Email Address
The supplier said that its 2019 outlook remained highly positive, with rapid growth in real-money gaming across the US and abroad continuing, coupled with higher than expected growth of regulated sports betting. It expects mid to high double digit revenue growth to drive it to a new full-year record, and to post a positive EBITDA result for 2019. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Casino & games 1st May 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Strategy Regions: US New Jersey Pennsylvania Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter London-listed igaming service provider GAN has credited higher than expected growth in New Jersey’s legal sports betting market for first quarter revenue growing to £4.6m (€5.4m/$6.0m), a new company record. Revenue was up 122% year-on-year, and £0.2m ahead of GAN’s projections for the three months ended March 31, 2019. This, the supplier said, was down to the rapid growth of online wagering in New Jersey, coupled with increased revenue from cross-selling sports bettors into igaming products over the quarter.GAN currently has three clients in the state, providing igaming services for Paddy Power Betfair’s FanDuel Group and Ocean Resorts’ Ocean Online Casino offering. It will also power the launch of its Pennsylvania client, Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment’s Parx Casino, in the state.In Pennsylvania, it is preparing for the launch of online gaming, scheduled for July 15, and the roll-out of online betting, which it expects to take place in June.While GAN did not provide a full breakdown of revenue and profit for the period, it noted that earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation amounted to £0.6m in Q1. This followed a period of increased investment to expand its engineering resources. As of March 31, it has a debt-free balance sheet, including £8.6m in cash and cash equivalents.“We are very pleased with our performance through the first three months of 2019 with a record top-line figure and return to a positive EBITDA,” GAN chief executive Dermot Smurfit (pictured) said. “We knew that the initiatives set in place throughout 2018 positioned the company for a strong first quarter and fiscal year 2019. “We remain focused on landing new clients, and expanding upon existing contracts with clients, in addition to preparing ourselves for a rapidly expanding market due to an acceleration in sports betting-led online gambling regulation in the United States.” London-listed igaming service provider GAN has credited higher than expected growth in New Jersey’s legal sports betting market for first quarter revenue growing to £4.6m, a new company record. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter NJ market growth drives GAN to record revenue in Q1 Email Address
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Tags: Online Gambling Regions: UK & Ireland Topics: Legal & compliance 24th July 2019 | By contenteditor Legal & compliance The GB Gambling Commission has confirmed it will hold a 12-week consultation to gather public and stakeholder opinion on the issue of gambling online with credit cards.Due to launch in mid-August, the consultation will consider a number of options, including an outright ban on using credit cards to gamble online and applying certain restrictions to the payment method.The Commission will then analyse the findings, along with other data collected as part of the initiative, and establish the most appropriate course of action.“Gambling with borrowed money is known to be a risk factor for consumers, so we think there is a need for action; this consultation will help us decide what that action should be,” the Commission’s executive director, Paul Hope, said.In February, the regulator launched a call for evidence on the issue and has since noted a series of key interest points regarding online gambling with credit cards.These include a consideration that if action is taken on credit cards alone, then consumers experiencing harm may use other forms of borrowing to fund their gambling, such as overdrafts and loans.As such, the Commission has called on the financial and gambling sectors work together to protect customers from harm where they gamble with other forms of borrowed money. Upon launching the call for evidence, UK Finance, a body that represents more than 250 firms across the UK’s finance and banking industry, told iGamingBusiness.com it would support the Commission in its efforts.The Commission has also noted that when igaming deposits are made via some e-wallets, operators cannot know which method the payment originated from. Therefore, the regulator said any future proposals would require e-wallet providers to support new regulatory measures.In addition, the Commission has said that it is keen obtain further evidence on consumers’ motivations for using credit cards to gamble and the benefits of doing so.According to the regulator, the initial call for evidence highlighted very little in this regard, adding that in order to prevent harm from gambling with credit cards, it must take account of the impact a ban or restrictions would have on those consumers who are not experiencing harm. Gambling Commission to launch consultation on credit card gambling Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter The GB Gambling Commission has confirmed it will hold a 12-week consultation to gather public and stakeholder opinion on the issue of gambling online with credit cards.
New African Properties Limited (NAP.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Property sector has released it’s 2013 interim results for the half year.For more information about New African Properties Limited (NAP.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the New African Properties Limited (NAP.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: New African Properties Limited (NAP.bw) 2013 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileNew African Properties Limited, listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange is a public variable rate loan stock company which offers investors the opportunity to share in a diversified portfolio of 64 well-established and well-positioned properties made up of a mix of retail, commercial and industrial properties with quality tenants. Its primary focus is the retail property sector. NAP aims to provide positive returns to investors by investing in appropriate retail properties; maintaining a profile of strong, quality tenants; maximising contractual rentals and minimising rental arrears, bad debts and vacancies; and optimising expenditure using a sound governance framework and skilled service providers. New African Properties Limited is a subsidiary of Cash Bazaar Holdings (Proprietary) Limited.
TATEPA Limited (TATEPA.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Agri-industrial sector has released it’s 2019 interim results for the half year.For more information about TATEPA Limited (TATEPA.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the TATEPA Limited (TATEPA.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: TATEPA Limited (TATEPA.tz) 2019 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileTanzania Tea Packers Limited (TATEPA) is an agricultural holding company involved in growing, processing, blending, packing and selling tea in Tanzania and for international export. The company also has interests in growing and distributing avocadoes and tropical fruit. Tatepa Limited holds a 75% stake in Wakulima Tea Company Limited which grows, processes and sells tea for local and export markets; a 74.3% stake in Rungwe Avocado Company Limited which grows, packs and exports avocadoes; and a 54.4% stake in Freshfields Investments Limited. Other subsidiary companies include Kibena Tea Limited which grows and processes tea and Chai Bora Limited which blends, packages and markets packed tea in Tanzania and for international export. TATEPA Limited is listed on the Dar es Salam Stock Exchange
Hair-raising: Joe Webber’s natty plaited rats tail makes an unwelcome appearance in DubaiTime for a scissors moveRegular readers of this column will know that I am not the biggest fan of bizarre haircuts, and checking in for his appointment at the Sinners’ Salon of Shame this week is New Zealand Sevens player Joe Webber. If you haven’t seen his own, unique take on the always comical rats tail, feast your eyes. The SinnersFrench farceWhat a shambles Montpellier looked as they slumped to a 30-5 home defeat to Bath on Friday evening. Having gone five games without a win, coach Fabien Galthie made 11 changes to his team but they leaked points and saw skipper Thibaut Privat sin-binned for wiping out Henry Thomas when the Bath prop was lifting at a lineout. Antoine Battut and Charles Geli were also yellow carded but their actions were not quite so brainless as Privat’s extremely dangerous play.Not even the groundsman at the Altrad Stadium could be proud of his day’s work, as the soccer pitch markings were still clearly visible, making it very tricky to even work out where the pitch was. Get your act together Montpellier! LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Foolish FinnWith two wins from their first two Champions Cup games, Glasgow Warriors went to Toulouse in search of more points but came away empty handed, having had their cause damaged by a foolish tip-tackle from Finn Russell on his opposite number, Jean-Marc Doussain. It was a clear yellow card for referee John Lacey to wield in the 37th minute and the Warriors went from 3-3 at that stage to 16-3 down just five minutes later as Toulouse kicked a penalty and scored a try through Maxime Medard. The Scots never recovered and lost 19-11, with Duncan Weir missing a difficult conversion that would at least have brought a losing bonus point. The European competitions took centre stage this weekend, with the third round of Champions Cup and Challenge Cup pool matches bringing joy for some and pain for others. And out in the east we also had the Dubai Sevens. Target man: Owen Williams kicked 20 points for Leicester in their welcome win over Toulon Tips is the topJustin Tipuric turned on the after-burners and combined beautifully with Rhys Webb to create a magical try for Josh Matavesi as the Ospreys came from behind to draw 19-19 with Racing Metro. Hanno Dirksen trucked up around half-way, Webb broke and found Dan Biggar, who linked with Tipuric as he steamed over the gain-line on the 10 metre line. The flanker had the French defence in disarray as he bowled into the 22 and when he was stopped, Webb was there again to take the offload and send the scoring pass to Matavesi and Biggar’s simple conversion tied the scores. It was a moment to savour. CenturionsToulouse get a pat on the back for becoming the first club to win 100 games in European competitions. They did it by beating Glasgow Warriors 19-11 at home on Sunday, and just pip Munster to the landmark as the Irish side are currently stuck on 99 wins. Chapeau Toulouse! TAGS: Leicester Tigers Lee-ding lightIt is not easy to beat Munster at Thomond Park in a European competition. Only Leicester Tigers and Ulster had done it before but Clermont Auvergne added their name to that exclusive list by winning 16-9 in the European Champions Cup on Saturday.The leading light in their effort was No 8 Fritz Lee, who set the French club off on the right foot by scoring a try from the back of a driving maul in the first minute.He went on to contribute in attack and defence, including a great off-load under pressure to set up Wesley Fofana’s try. Of course, other players had their moments of magic, notably fly-half Camille Lopez with a long-range drop goal and flanker Damien Chouly, who stole a lineout from Paul O’Connell when Munster had an attacking lineout at the death, but Lee was deservedly named Man of the Match.Gimme five: Tommy Bowe grounds the ball in the corner, despite Liam Williams’ efforts Happy days: Aseli Tikoirotuma (right) is all smiles as he celebrates his try with Marland YardeKearney RobbedHarlequins are not having the best season in the Aviva Premiership but Leinster handed them an early Christmas present in the shape of a popped pass from Rob Kearney which was gratefully grabbed by Aseli Tikoirotuma, who ran the length of the pitch to score a crucial try. Harlequins had been 12-9 down at home with 53 minutes gone, then Nick Easter reached over for a try and Kearney threw the interception pass just five minutes later and suddenly they were 21-12 up.Leinster managed to grab a losing bonus point as the final score was 24-18, but they had hoped for more. The SaintsWhat a score!European Champions Toulon came to Welford Road having won their last nine games but Leicester Tigers put a stop to that run thanks to a massive effort from their pack and a gutsy display from 22-year-old fly-half Owen Williams, who kicked 20 points – six penalties and a conversion – in Leicester’s 25-21 victory.What was so good about the young Welshman’s kicking display in this Champions Cup clash was that he recovered from a couple of first-half misses and the horror of having Bryan Habana scoop up a wayward pass of his to score a try which put Toulon 18-16 up in the second half. Williams regathered his composure to keep racking up the points, and finished with a 50-metre penalty to take Leicester to a memorable win.Williams is keeping Freddie Burns out of Leicester’s starting line-up and if he continues in this vein, he will hang onto that No 10 jersey. Give him an inchThere are not many better finishers in the game than Tommy Bowe and he racked up his 26th European try in 58 appearances when he squeezed in at the corner to take Ulster from 14-9 up to 21-9 ahead in the second half against the Scarlets and extinguish any hopes the Welsh region had of snatching a win in Belfast.Even Bowe’s long-time Ireland team-mate Brian O’Driscoll – now on TV duty with BT Sport – doubted that the wing had made it on this occasion, as Liam Williams was doing his best to stop him, but the replays showed he was in. Bowe also gave the scoring pass for a try by the excellent Darren Cave as Ulster claimed their first win of the European season. Disaster for DrewYes, the pass thrown wildly out of a tackle and back across his own 22 by Toulon scrum-half Sebastien Tillous-Borde was a shocker, but Drew Mitchell would still have backed himself to tidy up the loose ball. However, the Aussie wing fumbled and bumbled and it was Leicester hooker Tom Youngs who managed to pick up the rolling ball cleanly and send Brad Thorn in for the try. It put Leicester 13-0 up after 18 minutes of their Champions Cup match and they went on to win. Scarlet Liam Williams was also guilty of a needless tip-tackle and was duly sin-binned for driving Ulster full-back Louis Ludik into the turf when he was already on the ground.
September 11th, 2001. It’s a date that lives in our hearts and minds. It’s the most jarring event in American history since Pearl Harbor. Fifteen years later, the United States still remembers the sacrifice of First Responders, and celebrates their service.The 4th Annual Apopka First Responder Day is a recognition for local firefighters and police officers. On Saturday, September 10th volunteers from several community groups plan to provide meals to Apopka’s firefighters and care packages for Apopka’s police officers and dispatchers.The effort is spearheaded by members of the following groups:Girl Scout Troop #822American Heritage Girls Troop #6013Cub Scout Troop #211Boy Scout Troop #211“We decided to do something a little different and get the community involved,” said Tamara Smith, a co-sponsor of Girl Scout Troop #211. “And they jumped in with donations and volunteering their time.”American Heritage Girls Troop #6013 is collecting individual wrapped snacks and drink flavor packs for the care packages. Donations can be dropped off at Church of the Holy Spirit at 601 S. Highland Ave on Tuesday night, or Our Pet World, 380 Semoran Commerce Place.For more information about Apopka First Responder Day, call (407) 923-1423 or visit their Facebook Page.The following day, Apopka’s 9-11 memorial ceremony will be held at 8 a.m. Sunday, September 11th, at the north steps of Apopka City Hall. Activities will recognize the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The event also will unveil Christian Lamphere’s completed Eagle Scout project – a new 9-11 monument next to City Hall that will feature a piece of the original World Trade Center. Please enter your comment! Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here TAGS9-11Apopka Fire DepartmentApopka Police DepartmentFirst Responder Day Previous articleOn this day: Terrorism comes to the OlympicsNext articleProtect Your Groundwater Day Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your name here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
ArchDaily “COPY” 2011 Area: 400 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Croatia ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/236099/jelenovac-residence-dva-arhitekta Clipboard Architects: Dva Arhitekta Area Area of this architecture project Projects Photographs: Robert LešText description provided by the architects. The Jelenovac residence site is situated on the junction of two streets, surrounded by family houses and the Zagreb city park Jelenovac on the front. Newly build house opens itself towards the attractive part of the terrain, greenery, views.Save this picture!© Robert LešRecommended ProductsStonesFranken-SchotterFlooring and Wall Tiles – Dietfurt LimestoneEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsThe house is positioned in a way that enables forming of a smaller garden which serves as a tampon zone between the traffic and big garden. The terrain slope generates house pedestal which comprises secondary facilities; the outside spaces, the entrance. Floor plan follows the geometry of the site and divides itself in two parts. Save this picture!© Robert LešThe middle volume contains spiral staircase cladded in wood, who’s sculptural form of curved surfaces corresponds with the orthogonal system of the house in an unusually soft manner, making the element a center piece of interior. Save this picture!© Robert LešDecomposing of the volumes originates in function. In a larger volume all living spaces are placed, while the smaller one comprises additional utilisable spaces. The smooth white facade in contrast with dark openings creates dinamics and elegance of the facade. Glass fences allow undisturbed views towards the beautiful scenery.Save this picture!1st floor planProject gallerySee allShow lessOffice Building / Atelier Zündel CristeaArticlesLagarteiro Neighborhood: Urban Renewal of Public Space / Domitianus ArquitecturaArticles Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/236099/jelenovac-residence-dva-arhitekta Clipboard Photographs Houses Jelenovac Residence / DVA Arhitekta “COPY” CopyHouses•Zagreb, Croatia Save this picture!© Robert Leš+ 17 Share Jelenovac Residence / DVA ArhitektaSave this projectSaveJelenovac Residence / DVA Arhitekta Year: CopyAbout this officeDva ArhitektaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasZagrebHouses3D ModelingCroatiaPublished on May 22, 2012Cite: “Jelenovac Residence / DVA Arhitekta” 22 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
“COPY” Photographs: Iwan Baan Save this picture!Text description provided by the architects. The X House project aims to solve by the definition of a system, language, or even through a unique form, a number of inquiries that rise up when we read the specific given site: how to protect and give protagonism to an impressive pine, that is located on the top of the site, and that makes access and approximation to the house extremely complex from the street; how to avoid deciding between the views to the sea and those to the mountains, and allow both visions in opposite directions; how to neutralize through form the presence of the contiguous constructions, to build up a fake isolation that denies the neighbours; how to double the main views, permitting quality frontal views from the front and the rear of the house; how to resolve so many a priories with a simple movement that answers to all of the previous aims without prioritizing nor explicitly formulating a response to any of them. The form, a unique form, is the result of a long process of search of individual answers to each of those challenges; thus, the form is not an a priori, but an effort to give a unitary response that satisfies each of the questions rose up in the design process.Save this picture!© Iwan BaanThe X House is also a constructive exploration: a technique regularly used for the infrastructural construction such as bridges and tunnels, is here developed to meet the architectural scale, aiming to incorporate efficiency, and reduction of costs to the construction. The use of a mixed technique based on the application of a high-density concrete allows projecting the material at a high pressure to a single-sided formwork, and to acquire high structural resistance in extremely short periods of time. Thus, it is possible to project continuous 6m high walls without the need to use a two-sided formwork (which would be the regular construction procedure). The house is therefore a living expression of the specific technique, and accumulates in its skin the diverse and continuous knowledge acquired within the process of construction.Save this picture!The house is located on the upper part of a hill in Cabrils, in the outskirts of Barcelona. The site, with remarkable views and an important slope, is accessed from a single street located at the top of the site. The location of the house within the site responds to the aim to minimize excavation and optimize, within possible, the use of the non-occupied land. The access to the house is two meters depressed from the street, and the project searches to empathise through the use of blank walls the desire to be anchored in the site and to disappear from the street; the project clearly prioritizes the façades and views overseeing the valley. The house has two floors. The top floor, beyond incorporating a parking and allowing the access to the house, is conceived as a private suite of the owners: main room, with dresser and washroom / toilet, and spacious studio. In the lower floor there is a clear distinction between the front and the rear of the house; the front part has a totally open and public nature, build up with a living area in a double high space next to a kitchen-dining room articulated around a significant marble table, 8m long. The rear part of the lower floor holds the rooms and service areas, which through the patios are given direct and protected views to the valley, the sea and the mountain.Save this picture!Mainly, the project of the X House uses form to qualify spaces of very different nature and provide them with an individual character, always incorporating landscape as a main actor. Beyond the effective spatial arrangement at the front of the house, the views are the protagonist in each space. And learning from Dan Graham’s reflections, the image of the sea is always present when observing the mountain, and the mountain appears as a reflection when looking at the sea: a perceptive quality that enriches the experience of the house.Save this picture!PlanProject gallerySee allShow less’Towards Green Buildings/Architecture for UAE?’ WorkshopArticlesThe Reyner Banham Symposium: ‘On Error’Articles Share Houses Photographs Architects: Cadaval & Solà-Morales Area Area of this architecture project Spain Area: 300 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/320897/x-house-cadaval-sola-morales Clipboard X House / Cadaval & Solà-MoralesSave this projectSaveX House / Cadaval & Solà-Morales 2012 Save this picture!+ 44 Share CopyAbout this officeCadaval & Solà-MoralesOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasCabrilsWoodHouses3D ModelingSpainPublished on January 21, 2013Cite: “X House / Cadaval & Solà-Morales” 21 Jan 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.