World Match Ready for Further Liberalization of Italian Market

World Match online casino games developer prepares for liberalization of gaming market in Italy.

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Once the Italian online gaming regulator AAMS allows online casinos in Italy to operate in December 2012, the renowned online gambling software producer World Match will be riding the new wave with freshly developed and highly relevant online games.

As soon as the changes in Italian gambling laws take effect, World Match will offer its customers classic card games, roulette, online slots, video poker games and much more.

Its games are already pre-certified with AAMS and are customized to fulfill various operators’ specification. This will allow the software company to save valuable time and stay ahead of competition.

The company spokesperson told Italy gambling news: “World Match is now ready to release in the Italian market over 50 slot machines. This is a very interesting opportunity for licensees who want to exploit the forthcoming market opening.”

In the beginning the software firm will release a mix of around thirty brand new games in a range of genres. Live-dealer games will also be provided, thanks to already existing agreements with Casino of Vittoriosa based on Malta.

The gaming portal of “Casino di Vittoriosa” portal, together with Casino di Venezia Online is owned by Vittoriosa Gaming Ltd, which is a private company 60 percent of which are held by Betlive Ltd and 40 percent by Casino Municipale di Venezia S.p.a. The CEO of the company, Fernando Orlandi, is one of the founders of Eurobet. Online poker at these casinos is provided by Ongame Network Italy.

Italian online gambling market is expected to blossom once the “dot it” domains open up for gambling destinations. Many gambling operators are already preparing for the event, trying to be faster than the competition in order to scoop a larger piece of the pie.

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