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11 September 2013

Webis not aware of the reason for share price rise

Webis, the operator of Betinternet and Watchandwager, said in a statement that it was not aware as to why its share price had recently increased. “The Directors note the recent increase in the company's share price and confirm that they are not aware of any reason for such a movement,” the company said.

Three new mobile titles for All Slots Casino

Gaming producer All Slots Casino has launched three new titles in its mobile slots portfolio. Customers will now have access to five-reel, 40-line game Pure Platinum, the driving themed 5-Reel Drive title and three-reel slot game Couch Potato. All three HTML5 titles will be made available on the All Slots Casino app in the iOS UK App Store, as well as other mobile and tablet devices.

UFX Markets launches London taxi campaign

Online Forex broker UFX Markets has launched a branding campaign across 200 London taxis as a way of attracting budding traders to its services. Managed by Transport Media, the six-week campaign incorporates QR codes and allows taxi passengers to become traders for the duration of their journey. The vehicle wrap has been designed to show each passenger and the driver using a laptop to engage in trading commodities, currencies, CFDs and indices on the UFX Markets website.

EveryMatrix opens New York office

Independent ‘white-label’ gaming software provider EveryMatrix has opened a new US office based in New York. Pietro Addeo, who has held a senior position in the London office sales division since 2012, will head up the new US base. EveryMatrix recently opened another new office in Manila, Philippines.

Paddy Power tops August money-back offers list

Freebets.com has named Paddy Power as the best bookmaker for money-back offers during the month of August. Having analysed 18 online bookmakers, Paddy Power came out on top after it offered more unique money-back offers and across more sports than its rivals. The Irish bookmaker also claimed the money-back offer of the month for the third successive month.