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Net Entertainment Releases Four New Java 168 Video Pokers

Stockholm, Sweden — Swedish software developer Net Entertainment releases four new video pokers to its already extensive suite of Java casino games. The new games namely; All American Poker, Jokers Wild, Classic Jacks or Better and Double Bonus Poker will all be multi denomination games, making them the natural choice for any kind of poker player. The four new video pokers all have stunning graphics, fast and easy game play and the easy-to-use interface that Net Entertainment games are reknowned for.

” -We are very excited to launch these new video poker games. The attractive pay tables will be very much appreciated by the players” said Pontus Lindwall, CEO of Net Entertainment.

The new games will be found at www.cherrycasino.com as per the 10:th of May.

Net Entertainment is one of the worlds leading suppliers of digital platform independent gaming and leisure solutions. Net Entertainment offers customized or standard software, integrated payment solutions, operations and hosting.

ATE and River City Stage European Interactive Gaming Show

Two of the international industry’s most renowned gaming show organisers are teaming up to produce the premier event for the burgeoning interactive gaming industry in Europe. ATE, which stages the International Casino Exhibition (ICE) held in London every January, is joining forces with The River City Group, organisers of the Global Interactive Gaming Summit and Expo, the largest show in this hi-tech sector of the gaming industry.

Taking place at the Hotel Rey Juan Carlos in Barcelona, Spain on October 15th and 16th, the European Interactive Gaming Congress & Expo (EIG) is set to become the largest and most comprehensive i-gaming event yet held in Europe, covering a region which is clearly leading the world in development and deployment of interactive gaming products and applications.

With a theme of ‘Challenges, Solutions & Opportunities for the European i-Gaming Market’, the European Interactive 168 Gaming Congress & Expo will highlight evolving regulatory concerns such as money laundering, new products in wireless and interactive TV technology, as well as looking at how lotteries are progressing, among other topics. In addition, the event will include a limited trade show component with space for a number of exhibitors catering for the European i-gaming community.

Julian Graves, ATE Marketing & Commercial Director, stated, “A plethora of events and conferences targeted at this sector, mostly organised by teams with very little knowledge of the industry, have succeeded in creating much confusion and misinformation. The RCG-ATE partnership represents a new way forward for the i-gaming industry and we are delighted to be working with such a highly regarded organisation as The River City Group. Pooling together our respective skills, knowledge and contacts should help enormously in creating the definitive event for this industry in Europe.”

River City Group CEO, Sue Schneider added, “We’re pleased to team up with ATE, which is so knowledgeable about the European gaming industry, and combining this with River City Group’s seven-year history in the i-gaming industry, we plan to jointly produce the most comprehensive event ever yet held in Europe on this topic.”

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