Bragg & Kalamba extend deal to distribute content in North America

Bragg & Kalamba extend deal to distribute content in North America

Bragg Gaming Group and Kalamba Games have reportedly extended their current agreement to distribute content in the North American markets and boost the growth of both companies.

Under the new deal, Kalamba will distribute some of its high-performing slots on the Remote Game Server of Bragg into regulated markets in the United States and Ontario, Canada.

Bragg and Kalamba’s ORYX Gaming initially partnered in 2017 via an agreement that led to Kalamba unveiling its well-known iGaming content on the ORYX RGS across multiple global markets.

Kalamba is one of the select few content development

TripStack joins forces with Navitaire over Virtual Interline Technology

TripStack joins forces with Navitaire over Virtual Interline Technology

TripStack, a global leader in Virtual Interlining (VI) technology that combines airlines, without traditional interlining agreements, into a single itinerary, has recently announced a strategic collaboration with Navitaire, a company that delivers industry-leading technology services, to present carriers to retail Virtual Interline.

With this collaboration, around 60+ Navitaire-hosted carriers will get an opportunity to enlarge their current network and generate additional revenue without cost and complexity linked with outdated interline agreements.

Virtual Interlining links flights between carriers without the earlier interline ag

World’s largest hybrid vessel to carry passengers between France & UK

World’s largest hybrid vessel to carry passengers between France & UK

Saint-Malo, touted to be the largest hybrid ship in the world, has reportedly planned to ferry passengers between France and the UK over the next few years.

Operator Brittany Ferries has stated that the vessel would be powered by a battery with a capacity of 11.5 megawatt-hours. This battery capacity is double the one generally used for hybrid marine vessels.

The French shipping company has asserted that the ship will be delivered by 2024. Shortly after, a second hybrid ship will join the fleet, ferrying between Caen and Portsmouth.

For the uninitiated, hybrid ships run on battery power, liquef

Rental EV services provider Lime pulls operations from South Korea

Rental EV services provider Lime pulls operations from South Korea

Lime, the leading rental electric bikes and scooter operator, has announced its plans to suspend its operations in South Korea starting from June 30th. The company has blamed constantly changing traffic rules and varied local government policies for the tentative withdrawal of operations.

It is worth mentioning that Lime's client base plummeted people driving electric scooters were compelled to wear helmets under a new law that went into effect in 2021. Meanwhile, scooter rental providers have also expressed dissatisfaction with the unpredictability associated with municipal towing laws.

For those unaware, Seoul annou

Apple Music and Arcade revenue likely to cross $8Bn by 2025

Apple Music and Arcade revenue likely to cross $8Bn by 2025

Apple Music, the second-largest music-streaming platform after Spotify across the world, along with Apple Arcade, the video gaming subscription service of Apple Inc, will drive revenue of over $8 billion by 2025, speculates financial services firm JPMorgan.

According to credible sources, revenue from both Apple Arcade and Apple Music is anticipated to rise by 36% to $8.2 billion by 2025.

With the rapid adoption of the internet and the booming gaming industry, the two Apple services are likely to have a common subscriber base of approximately 180 million by 2025 of which 110 million would be for Apple Music and 70 would be million for ga

Qatar’s Justice Ministry launches upgraded online state lawsuit system

Qatar’s Justice Ministry launches upgraded online state lawsuit system

The Ministry of Justice in Qatar has introduced an upgraded version of the online state lawsuit system that seeks to facilitate the work of all system users and offer a broad view of all sorts of lawsuits and data dedicated to the needs of each user.

The Ministry explained that the online lawsuit system will facilitate the ease of dealing with state lawsuits electronically and smooth navigation of the system’s content through the main page. It will also offer flexibility to search for lawsuits on the main page that will include case numbers, most essential data on state issues, parties involved in the case, etc.

In addition, the

Samsung Asset Management launches blockchain-focused ETF in Hong Kong

Samsung Asset Management launches blockchain-focused ETF in Hong Kong

Samsung Asset Management, a subsidiary arm of Samsung Life Insurance based in Korea, has recently introduced a blockchain-focused ETF (exchange-traded fund), in Hong Kong that will primarily track companies involved in the blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

Terence Ling, ETF distribution head at Samsung Asset Management (HK), said that the company has bagged $12 million from several institutional investors for its Blockchain Technologies exchange-traded fund, which is going to trade under the stock code “3171” from 23 June 2022.

He further said that blockchain technologies have a wide range of applications and are not limited

Amazon launches digital luxury stores in Europe after US success

Amazon launches digital luxury stores in Europe after US success

Amazon, the largest online retailer worldwide has recently launched Luxury Stores on its app in France, the UK, Italy, Germany, and Spain, after opening a version in the United States in 2020.

With this launch, Amazon shopping enthusiasts in England can add purchases from major high-fashion brands like Christopher Kane or Peter Dundas to their digital carts.

As per sources, in order to uplift the virtual shopping window at Amazon, the Luxury Stores microsite displays videos of models like Precious Lee and Kristen McMenamy posing in a European villa. The new luxury collection includes nine designers like Altuzarra, Elie Saab, and Jonatha

Meesho issues legal notice to influencers over defamation claims

Meesho issues legal notice to influencers over defamation claims

Online shopping platform Meesho has reportedly served a legal notice to some social media influencers and their agencies for maligning the company’s reputation.

According to the company, the smear campaign was highlighted in June 2022, when a Twitter user named Ravisutanjani Kumar observed that many social medial users had posted similar tweets and tagged the investors to defame the company.

This observation was seconded by SaltPe Co-Founder Udita Pal and Polygon Investment Lead Aashima Arora, who claimed that they were approached earlier in 2022 to post negative tweets about Meesho for monetary benefits.