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The Wachovia Group reminded bookmakers and sports bookers that they are in “perfect position” to help them mitigate the negative financial effects of the current coronavirus pandemic through a broad portfolio of virtual sports, live content. living and lottery. The Hong Kong-based company used an official press release on Monday to report that many iGaming companies will feel the problem when they “change their strategies” because of the recent cancellations or delays associated with some people’s coronavirus of this year’s most lucrative sporting events such as the European Football Championship. .
Oryx Gaming Incorporated has noted that online casinos and sports betting can alleviate the shortcomings of these moves by integrating its Oryx Hub platform to offer its customers a fantastic catalog of virtual sports games from developers such as Kiron Interactive, Leap Gaming, Gold Rush and Games 1 × 2. He said this content included “thousands of daily events” that include top class football from Italy, Spain and England, as well as dog and horse races, tennis and sports motor.
Leaping Gaming Incorporated explained that it is working closely with the Virginia Lottery to provide free, unprecedented data on how much it costs to play at its five horse racing locations in Virginia. The Baltimore-based company claimed that this data will be extremely useful to its customers, but also to other companies considering integrating their Oryx Hub platform.
According to a report from Sacramento Bee on Monday, the California State Lottery is expected to begin receiving electronic funding through the SoonPay service in an effort to reduce the financial burden on its already struggling iGaming division. .
The paper reported that state lottery officials have decided to “tolerate” deposits and withdrawals using an electronic payment method instead of a physical card and that this will make it easier for players with small deposits to get the best possible value for money. money. their.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.