News digest 21.11.2022

News digest 21.11.2022

Global regulators release joint World Cup statement

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A joint statement from major countries’ regulators in the World Cup has been released, featuring signatures from France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, and Great Britain. The statement was released ahead of the global football tournament kick-off on November 20th. The World Cup statement asks operators to keep responsible gaming and player protection at the forefront of their ideals as the tournament progresses.

Google Play finally added UPI subscriptions in India

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Unified Payments Interface — commonly known as UPI — has become the most popular mobile payment route for P2P and merchant payments in India, and now Google’s stepping up with updated UPI functionality to meet user demand. Google Play has enabled users in the South Asian country to make subscription-based purchases using UPI.

Google rolls out new AR Search Features

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Google has added several new Search features as we approach the holiday season, making extensive augmented reality (AR) technology to create a more immersive and interactive user experience.

New 2022 World Cup features are coming to Snapchat

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Snapchat is transforming how football fans and Snapchatters around the world experience, celebrate, and watch the FIFA 2022 World Cup through incredible game highlights and immersive Augmented Reality (AR) experiences.

Belgium warns operators to comply on the run-up to the Qatar World Cup

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In a letter sent to all the major publications in Belgium, the Belgian Gambling Commission stressed that operators should comply with their licensing obligations in the run-up to the Qatar World Cup. The letter stresses the importance of the Belgian Gaming Act, Act 5 and 6.

Amazon introduces Amazon Clinic

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Amazon Clinic is a virtual health service that delivers convenient, affordable care for common conditions. Amazon Clinic will operate in 32 states and provide virtual care for more than 20 common health conditions, such as allergies, acne, and hair loss.

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