Pronet Gaming strengthens offering with EasySwipe integration

first_img ESA Gaming: The ‘lightweight’ weapon in an operator’s cross-sell arsenal August 19, 2020 Related Articles Pronet Gaming has strengthened its games portfolio after agreeing to integrate ESA Gaming’s EasySwipe portfolio.EasySwipe is a lightweight HTML5 mobile-first library of games which allows players to swipe between playing classic casino games and placing bets on their favourite sports.As part of the integration, Pronet Gaming’s partners will benefit from slots such as Fruit Staxx and table games including roulette and blackjack. The agreement will also include the integration of the football-themed instant win game Goal Mine.Bobby Longhurst, Pronet Gaming CCO, said: “A new wave of players have enjoyed casino games following the suspension of live sport, and with many leagues and tournaments anticipated to make a return in the near future, cross-selling will become crucial.“It’s for that reason we are delighted to have agreed a deal to integrate ESA Gaming’s EasySwipe portfolio, allowing players to enjoy both sports betting and casino experiences at the swipe of a finger.”Alessandro Sposito, Sales Manager at ESA Gaming, added: “We are very excited that Pronet Gaming is launching our EasySwipe games and are among the first to bring this game-changing product to operators.“Our products offer instant cross-selling and added revenue opportunities to sportsbooks which is sure to appeal to Pronet Gaming’s partners during a crucial time for the industry.” Share Pronet: Understanding the ‘new normal’ for the Premier League July 17, 2020 Submit Alessandro Sposito, ESA Gaming: Lightweight games for a heavy impact in Africa July 21, 2020 Share StumbleUponlast_img read more

Bert Bowes Middle School Track & Field competed in Prince George

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Bert Bowes Middle School Track & Field team was in Prince George on Tuesday and Wednesday.Those participating in the meet included Kane Schreiner, Elenor Copes, Jayden Whitford, Mason Maddigan, and Nathan Jackle.Schreiner was able to earn 1st place in the 400 and 800 m.- Advertisement -Elenor Copes received 1st place in Long Jump and 2nd in 100 and 400 m.Jayden Whitford got 1st place in the 100 and 200 m and 3rd in the High Jump.According to Jen Harrison, of Bert Bowes, all of the students that received medals have qualified to compete at the Provincial Championships in Kelowna on May 30.Advertisementlast_img