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Swedish online casino developer Net Entertainment AB says it has signed an agreement with an as yet unnamed major European gaming operator for the delivery of its successful CasinoModule product.

Having demonstrated high levels of social responsibility and player protection, live TV gaming specialist NetPlay TV plc has been awarded full GamCare Certification for its and gaming brands.

Alderney-licensed live dealer gaming specialist Evolution Gaming has been awarded eCOGRA's software accreditation seal, having achieved the necessary operating standards and requirements at its Internet video-streaming facilities in Latvia.

888's B2B division Dragonfish and PartyGaming subsidiary Cashcade have signed an extension to their existing agreement which will see Dragonfish continue to provide its bingo solution and services to Cashcade until May 2014.

888's B2B division Dragonfish has signed Cyprus based Prime Gaming to its roster of clients. Dragonfish will provide the company with a comprehensive bingo solution for the launch of two standalone networks targeting the UK and Europe.

Having signed a number of white label deals already this year, online scratch cards provider NeoGames Limited has secured one of its most significant white label deals in recent times with an agreement to supply Trinity Mirror Group's The Daily Mirror.

Following the recent launch of its CAIgames online gaming platform, Casinos Austria International (CAI) has expanded its gaming portfolio through an agreement with Canada's Chartwell Technology Inc for the deployment of the company's flash-based online casino platform.

Sweden's Entraction Holding AB has signed an agreement with European sportsbook operator PlanetWin365 which will see the company's Vegas365 poker brand join the Entraction poker network.

After a successful first year in operation, Finland's Paf has extended its agreement with Inflight Service Europe AB to provide the in-flight retail supplier for Swedish charter airline TUIfly Nordic with its onboard scratchcard concept Scratchorama for a further 12 months.

Independent player protection organisation eCOGRA has announced that Boss Media, part of GTECH G2's group of interactive companies, has achieved the required standards for eCOGRA's software certification following a rigorous on-site review.

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