Month: June 2020

Evoplay entertainment launches Dungeon: Immortal Evil slot game

Online casino game developer Evoplay Entertainment heralded the launch of Dungeon: Immortal Evil.

According to the official press release of European Gaming Media and Events, the casino creator shared that the launch came after more than a year of research and development as well as the 2018 launch of the 5-roll virtual reality theme game and 40 payment rows Necromancer.

Unlike most traditional video slot machines, Evoplay Entertainment claims that the new Dungeon: Immortal Evil does not have the usual pay patterns and pay symbols. Instead, it challenges the player according to the avatar when fighting a selection of three-dimensional monsters.

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This is the first role-playing video game in the RPG slots industry. The developer also explained that any subsequent wins would help fans accumulate in-game rewards such as upgraded weapons, armor, and health tanks that can later be converted into cash prizes.

Ivan Kravchuk, CEO of Evoplay, used a press release to announce that the first Dungeon: Immortal Evil adventure video slot machine was designed with HTML5 technology to ensure perfect compatibility with the mobile devices. So, you can play handheld games, and all wins and losses are based on a random number generation algorithm regardless of skill or knowledge.

The statement from Kravchuk said: “Evoplay Entertainment, we are always looking for ways to push the boundaries of what can happen when playing games. The result of more than a year of dedication from our awesome team, Dungeon: Immortal Evil, designed for the next generation of players who value a great experience beyond shooting and winning the classic”.

The Malta online casino game developer, Evoplay Entertainment, recently announced an agreement in which the entire game portfolio will be integrated into Serbia’s domain,

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According to the official press release released by European Gaming Media and Events on Tuesday, the iGaming Mozzartbet Malta Limited operator agreement will cover the entire portfolio of over 90 slot machine games, instant games, and table games are provided to players through licensed websites of Serbia, Malta, Macedonia and Romania.

Vladimir Malakchi, Business Development Director of Evoplay Entertainment, used the press release to declare that the alliance with was added to reinforce his company’s global footprint after entering the United Kingdom market.

Apple rejects Facebook Gaming app from the iOS App Store

Apple has rejected the submission of the Facebook Gaming platform from the iOS App Store at least five times since February.

According to a new report from the New York Times, the Facebook team is not surprised by Apple’s decision because they have been unsuccessfully to try to launch the Facebook Gaming app on the App Store since February.

Amid coronavirus lockdown restrictions, Facebook announced its Facebook Gaming app back in April. The free app, available on Android, lets users play simple HTML5 games with friends as well as watch live streams of other players.

The New York Times reported that Facebook submitted the app to Apple in February. It was denied on the Section 4.7 of Apple’s guidelines, prohibiting HTML5 games in a store or store-like interface.

After the original rejection, Facebook has changed the design of the app in some ways, including removing categories, colorful icons, and the ability to sort games. Apple  said no to each of those submissions.

Facebook is reportedly “weighing its next move,” which might include launching Facebook Gaming without any game at all or with games that are harder to find. That might leave only the social networking aspects and gaming streams of the app.

The report comes amid ongoing antitrust scrutiny for Apple and its App Store dealings. The Cupertino tech giant is presently the target of a Justice Department probe into its App Store practices.

Apple has also generated some controversy for reportedly pressuring the email app Hey with the aim of adding in-app purchase options for subscriptions – a capability it lacked to skirt its 30% App Store fees.

Meanwhile, Apple has its own gaming service in the form of Apple Arcade, a $4.99-per-month subscription which allows users to play exclusive titles on iPad, iPhone, Mac, and other devices in Apple’s lineup.

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