Golden Race’s virtual sports products get Swedish certification June 18, 2020 StumbleUpon Share The industry wakes up to virtual sports potential June 26, 2020 Submit Share Golden Race proved a “big hit” with delegates at the 11th annual Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia), after presenting its new ONLINE platform in Macau (16-18 May).The virtual sports betting company recently launched its new designed virtual sportsbook, which has been carefully designed to be entirely familiar to real sports betting players. It can also be quickly integrated into existing websites.Golden Race CEO Martin Wachter commented: “We have worked very hard to recreate the experience from real sports betting, and provide it in a more cost-effective and manageable way. Asian people are used to doing everything on their phone and online, so our new platform has been a big hit here.”There was a noticeable increase in online solutions at G2E, a trend which event organisers expect will continue through into the 2018 event. However, judging by the popularity of the product demonstrations at the Golden Race stand, the company has a very competitive solution already.“Players don’t have to learn anything with our new ONLINE,” Wachter continued. “The look and feel is identical to real sports betting, and they can play from their mobile, tablet, or desktop – it’s the same authentic betting experience, wherever they are.” Golden Race gains ISO certification May 29, 2020 Related Articles
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis School is out, but that doesn’t mean the learning has to stop.Today kids did just that as they explored eleven different workshops showing how science impacts our lives. Some of the workshops included learning how to kayak, planting wildflowers, making animal tracks and more.Despite the many workshops, each kid had their favorite. Not only was this a day of learning, but it was also a chance to test some knowledge and win prizes in the end.Overall it was a day to learn new things and have fun while doing it! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Local Food Pantry Temporarily ClosedNext Alcona Community Schools Welcomes 2 New Principals
Governor Kim Reynolds says an initial estimate indicates 10 MILLION acres of Iowa cropland was impacted by Monday’s storm.“This morning I had a farmer reach out to me to say that this was the worst wind damage to crops and farm buildings that he has ever seen across the state in such a wide area,” Reynolds says. Nearly 23-and-a-half million acres was seeded with corn and soybeans this spring, so the early estimate indicates 43 percent of Iowa’s 2020 corn and soybean crop has been damaged or destroyed.“When I say 10 million acres, that is really an early estimate,” Reynolds says. “Some of the photos have just been devastating.” Reynolds is planning an aerial review of the damage on Wednesday.“I’m hoping tomorrow with the Department of Public Safety I am able to do a fly around so I can get some sense of what that agricultural damage looks like,” Reynolds says, “but multiple bins, hoop buildings, sheds are gone.” State officials advise farmers to take photos of the damage to crops and farm buildings and consult with their insurance carriers. Reynolds says the state has experience seeking federal help to cover grain losses in destroyed bins after the flooding in southwest Iowa last year.
9 Bruce shows his frustration as Hull City are condemned to relegation 9 Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Despite losing 6-1 to Stoke, Steven Gerrard scores in his last ever game for Liverpool to recover some pride Relegation, humiliation and goodbye to three legends – fans were treated to another dramatic afternoon in an action-packed Premier League finale as 29 goals flew in up and down the country.Hull City’s relegation fears were confirmed on Sunday after failing to beat Manchester United, while rivals for the drop Newcastle United beat West Ham 2-0 to stay up.Jonas Gutierrez and Moussa Sissoko saved the Toon as Hull saw two goals disallowed in their KC Stadium stalemate.Meanwhile, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard both scored on their final Premier League appearances, though it was not a pleasant farewell for the Liverpool captain, with the Reds thumped 6-1 at Stoke, and Didier Drogba was carried off on the shoulders of his Chelsea team-mates after confirming he will leave the club – again – this summer.And if that wasn’t enough, West Ham confirmed the exit of Sam Allardyce as manager, just minutes after the full-time whistle at St James’ Park.As you can see, it was all going on in a hectic final Sunday afternoon, but luckily for you we’ve rounded up all the best action in our handy gallery.Click the arrow above to check out all the best bits! 9 Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Just four minutes after the full time whistle at St James’ Park, West Ham confirmed they had parted company with Sam Allardyce as manager. 9 Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Jonas Gutierrez’s fairytale goal keeps Newcastle in the Premier League. The defender, who won his battle cancer this year, scores the Magpies’ second to secure all three points against West Ham Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Raheem Sterling didn’t play a part in Liverpool’s defeat. Fans hurled abuse at the winger as he headed back to the changing rooms. Is he leaving Anfield? 9 9 Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Another Premier League legend scores in his last ever game. Frank Lampard opened the scoring for Manchester City in their 2-0 home win against Southampton. The former Chelsea star now moves to the USA, with Gerrard, to play for MLS side New York City. 9 Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Didier Drogba was ceremoniously lifted on to his Chelsea team-mates’ shoulders as the Ivorian played his last game for the Blues in their 3-1 win over Sunderland 9 9 Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Despite their goalless draw against Hull, Manchester United finish fourth and will play Champions League football next season. The game was marred by a shocking tackle from Marouane Fellaini which saw the Belgian sent off Click the right arrow for highlights of a thrilling Premier League finale… – Tottenham Hotspur ended the season in fifth place and secured a Europa League spot after Harry Kane’s 21st goal of the season proved the difference in a 1-0 win at Everton
FROM NEIL DOHERTY IN GLASGOW: Hoops manager Neil Lennon was handed a perfect Christmas present when Great Greek Georgios Samaras’ double in the 2-1 win against Kilmarnock took Celtic to within a point of Rangers ahead of Wednesday’s Old Firm clash at Celtic Park.Rangers lost at St Mirren earlier on Saturday after being reduced to ten men with Lee McCullough’s sending off after a shocking elbow attack.Samaras – who some fans wanted axed a few weeks ago – headed the home side into the lead in first-half added time and hit his second with a fine drive seven minutes after the break as the Hoops extended their winning run in the SPL to eight games. Killie substitute Danny Racchi hit a consolation at the end.Now Celtic can go into 2012 as leaders if they win on Wednesday against their greatest rivals. It’s a 7.30pm kick-off and police in Glasgow will be out in force throughout the city.Fans travelling from Donegal are being warned to be careful in the city.But for now Neil Lennon is happy. “The day couldn’t have gone better for us,” he said.“A good performance, a good three points and we have closed the gap right up.“But there is a lot of football to go and regardless of who were playing on Wednesday that would be the most important game.“Samaras didn’t start the game great but got better as the game went on.“The first goal pleased me the most, I have been looking for him to score more headers because he has that good physical attribute in the air and the second goal was good finishing. “And we should have won the game comfortably.“I thought we were in complete control in the second-half without being brilliant, although Ki Sung-yueng missed a couple of chances that would have put the game out of sight.”James Forrest and Samaras came off in the second-half but Lennon allayed any fears before the Old Firm clash.He said: “Georgios wasn’t feeling well before the game, he is struggling with a heavy cold but he wanted to play and we are delighted that he did. “James was feeling a little bit of fatigue in the hamstring and he was obviously wary and he didn’t want to take too many chances with Wednesday looming.”CELTIC (4-4-2): Forster; Cha, Mulgrew, Wanyama; Ledley; Forrest (K. Wilson 49), Brown, Kayal, Ki (Rogne 90); Hooper, Samaras (Bangura 66)Subs not used: Zaluska, Izaguirre, McCourt, McGeouchKILMARNOCK (4-4-2): Bell; Fowler, Sissoko, Pascali, McKeown; Kelly, Buijs (Dayton 62), Shiels (Racchi 72), Hay (Kennedy 78); Harkins, Heffernan.© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailyTHE HOOPS REPORT: LENNON LOOKS FORWARD TO OLD FIRM CLASH AFTER CLOSING THE GAP ON GERS was last modified: December 25th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CelticGeorgios SamaraskilmarnockNeil Lennonold firm