Paddy Power has positioned themselves to be the main sponsor with the Sunday Times, The Times and The Sun along with each of the respective papers mobile apps. The agreement will provide Paddy Power with substantial exposure for those apps and the premier league sections offered within them.
This agreement will be in place for a period of three years and could be extended at that time if all parties agree. Paddy Power is the largest betting site within Ireland offering a live casino, regular casino, sports, live betting, online poker, bingo, mobile, Vegas games and various lotteries.
Tom Wyse, who heads up the media division at Paddy Power stated “To be part of this groups mobile apps as the exclusive bookmaking provider is incredibly important to our company. Football is an important part of our culture and business and it is rewarding to be involved with partners who share our values relating to the Paddy Power brand”
Sheriff Gaming, a supplier of internet betting games, has just announced the release of their newest game Oonga Boonga.
This slot includes 5 reels and offers 20 lines of 3D slot perfection. The reels are cascading so that with each win that is won additional symbols will cascade down to complete other wins. The slot offers free spins and a multiplier that will increase up to five with each win won when the reels are cascading.
The slot offers advanced graphics and includes an animated aboriginal man who will be seen completing various movements to the left of the reels. Eric Roskamp, an employee of Sherriff Gaming stated “Sherriff Gaming is extremely excited about this slot. The theme of the games along with the cascading reels will be a sure fire hit for our licensee’s customers”
This slot is almost identical to one released by Net Entertainment last year. It offers identical features and is designed in the same way with the only difference being sounds and images. While this is a nice addition to Sherriff Gaming’s library it is disappointing that they basically copied another game and pushed it off as their own, which takes away from its value and credibility.