Gaming Products & Services Directory

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Vector Cabinet Kft.

Our company deals with design and manufacturing of metallic and wooden cabinets, covers and cases for several electronic equipment since

Vermantia

Vermantia is a leading provider of premium content for lotteries, gaming and betting operators worldwide. In less than 3 years, the company

Vivo Gaming

With a variety of world leading casino table games: Live Roulette, Baccarat, Dragon Tiger, Craps, Blackjack, Poker and Live dedicated

V.N.E. S.r.l.

VNE is an Italian manufacturer and distributor of money change machines and automatic payment systems. It is leader in Italy and it is

Veoo Limited

Veoo is a mobile SMS solutions provider with over 70+ years of experience. We offer mobile messaging solutions that drive positive

Viadex

Viadex specialise in end-to-end IT infrastructure solutions, flattening the supply chain and consolidating procurement for global

Vinfotech

Vinfotech – Leading service provider for Online Fantasy Sports and Sports Betting Industry. A team of 180+ sports enthusiasts, all set
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Authentic Gaming delivers live roulette to two Romanian casinos

WinWin selects CPI’s SC Advance for VLT operations

Latest poll

Is the current bonus structure to blame for the gambling industry losing trust?

A recent Gambling Commission survey has noted a plummet in consumer confidence in the gambling industry. What do you think is the biggest cause behind this?

Confusing sign-up bonus conditions
49% (55 votes)
Over saturation of gambling advertising on TV
19% (21 votes)
FOBTs and the campaign against them
16% (18 votes)
Perceived association with crime
10% (11 votes)
The incidence of problem gambling
5% (6 votes)
Clustering of gambling establishments
2% (2 votes)
Total votes: 113