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MGA Games attend Casino Beats Slots Festival as guest provider

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MGA Games is part of a select group of online slot developers that will take part in the Casino Beats Slots Festival, next Wednesday, 18 November. Over the course of the day online casino operators will have access to MGA Games’ Top 8 games, and will have an opportunity to field any queries and give feedback to the company’s team in person.

Casino Beats Slots Festival is the first Slots Festival that serves as a platform for operators in the sector to enjoy a sample of the games that are currently making waves.
As one of the most innovative providers in the sector, MGA Games will attend the event to show what its creative slots portfolio can offer to the online industry’s market leaders.

Online casino operators will be able to try out some of their most innovative creations such as Sandro Rey, Samantha Fox and CSI Miami, with the company’s commercial team in attendance and on hand to personally answer any questions that may arise.

PokerStars VR throw down the gauntlet with medieval update

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PokerStars VR, the virtual reality arm of the world’s biggest poker site, has announced that its brand-new virtual reality medieval experience is now live.

Players can transport back in time to an era of knights on horses, catapults and helms and enjoy breath-taking scenery featuring candlelit rooms and ruined castles, all while taking on the challenge of virtual reality poker.

As usual, players can interact with themed props and fashion items, which this time include shackles, jester hats, armoury and royal regalia.  

PokerStars VR is available on Oculus’ all-in-one VR system, Oculus Quest, as well as Viveport and Steam.

Rio last of Caesars’ casinos to reopen

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Caesars Entertainment is to finally resume operations at its Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, the final Caesars property to reopen in the US.

The venue will resume operations on December 22 for weekend stays in the hotel, while the gaming floor will reopen seven days a week.

Said Anthony Carano, COO: “The past nine months have been filled with challenges, as well as opportunities including the merging of our two gaming companies to form the new Caesars Entertainment.
We recognise the incredible effort it has taken to reopen our resorts and get us to this important milestone and we look forward to welcoming our team members and guests back to the Rio with their health and safety still top of mind.”

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