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SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Warborn’, ‘Spacejacked’, ‘Pew Paw’, and Today’s Other New Releases, the Latest Sales, and More

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Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for June 12th, 2020. In today’s article, we’ve got an absolute ton of new releases to summarize. Apparently several games dropped out of nowhere yesterday while I was sleeping snug in my bed, so between those and the actual Friday releases, there’s a lot to deal with. Beyond that, I’ve also got a list of the new sales that popped up. Smaller than usual, because just about everything is on sale already. Let’s have a look!

New Releases

Warborn ($24.99)

SwitchArcade Highlight!

Thanks to the Super Robot Taisen series, in Japan you’re as likely to find a turn-based strategy game with giant robots as you are to find one with swords and sorcery. Yet the tricky licensing of that series has left much of the Western world bereft of strategic giant robot battles. PQube’s Warborn looks to help tip the scales a bit. Turn-based battles on hex grids, complete with dramatic story scenes between giant robot pilots? Sure, roll it out. In practice, it comes off an awful lot like Advance Wars or Military Madness, and that’s not bad at all. It doesn’t do anything new or different enough to pull in those who don’t already like this genre, but if you do? Get in the heckin’ robot, Shinji.

Spacejacked ($9.99)

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Here’s the latest release from prolific publisher Ratalaika. It’s a tower defense/action hybrid where you need to build defenses and fend off alien attacks. Your character can’t jump, but they can use a gravity flip to travel around within each stage. It’s a cool twist that adds a lot of spice to an already hectic formula. There’s a story mode with two acts, a challenge mode with extra-tough stages for you to attempt, and two endless modes to keep you playing after you’ve finished all of the finite content. It’s been out for years on other platforms, and it seems to be generally well-liked. I’m not going to disagree with the majority on that assessment.

Jacks or Better – Video Poker ($7.49)

Seven and a half dollars. Look, that’s not a lot of money, I understand. But it can buy you a lot of things, especially on the Switch eShop. Even more so when there’s a big sale going on. It can buy you tasty snacks, like several delicious Snickers bars. Maybe a magazine? Do they make magazines in America anymore? Perhaps an eBook or something, then. What I’m getting at is that there are a lot of better things you can do with that money than spend it on an incredibly cheap-looking video poker game. Heck, at least Sabec renders a table or something to dress things up. Bah.

House Flipper ($24.99)

Ah, house flippers. To have so much money to play with, and spend it all trying to make a little more. The struggle of modern life, my friends. I’ll never have enough money to buy even one house, let alone think about flipping them. For people like me, this game will be as close as I get to this modern American past-time. Surprisingly, the game works a lot like Ultimate’s other simulators that have repair mechanics in them. You come into possession of a thing, you fix up the thing by doing some light mini-games, then you sell the thing for more money. Repeat until you get tired of either the gameplay or the cumbersome UI. In this case it’s houses instead of cars or motorcycles, but it all plays out the same. Nevertheless, I have to concede that this is probably the best house-flipping game on the Switch.

Pew Paw ($6.99)

Well, we can’t have a week go by without at least a few new top-down roguelite twin-stick shooters, can we? Pew Paw at least has a nice visual style going for it. You play as a lone survivor of a zombie apocalypse. Well, your dog also made it. It’s a tough situation to be in, but you’re armed to the teeth and ready to take down zombies and keep on living, at least until you die. Not much you can do when that happens. Craft tons of weapon parts, battle against a variety of surprisingly well-equipped zombies, find armored suits to give yourself an edge, and follow your dog’s nose to find extra pick-ups. You know, considering the price of this game, it’s not a bad pick-up at all. Still, I can’t help but feel that most of us have more than enough games of this sort by now in our backlogs.

Half Dead ($4.99)

Apparently a survival game of some sorts. It’s been out on other platforms for a while, and the game’s reputation seems to be middling. The story sees you in some kind of futuristic TV show trying to beat the odds and keep on living. Probably not worth bothering with unless you have someone to join you for local multiplayer, and even then you’ll be hard-pressed to get more than a few hours of fun out of it at max. I suppose you really can’t expect much more than that for five dollars, though. Even at such a low price, however, I’d give it a hard pass.

Dots 8 ($1.99)

Not sure what to say about a game that has a pre-launch discount of 90% off. It’s an abstract puzzle game that comes off a little like Go but a bit easier for newcomers to pick up. You can choose between two different scoring systems, with one focused on capturing territory and the other on capturing enemy dots. You can also set how long you want to give each player to take their turn. Up to eight people can join in on this one via local multiplayer. It’s a good pick-up for those looking for some cheap tactical entertainment, even at its full price.

Rogue Robots ($14.99)

Yeah, it’s another top-down roguelite twin-stick shooter. This one is a follow-up to a game called Spareware that wasn’t released on the Switch. The feedback the developers received on that first game apparently helped shape this one, though. Build up your robot and blast through pesky humans either by yourself or with up to three of your friends or family members in local multiplayer. I don’t really have too much more to say about this one. Other than its cool robots versus humans theme, it doesn’t seem to have much to make it stand out from what is now an incredibly huge pack.

Super Toy Cars 2 ($11.99)

Super Toy Cars 2, or as the villainous Carter Dotson would call it 2 Super 2 Toy Cars, is the follow-up to the relatively popular original title that saw you racing small cars around real-world environments. That’s a theme most people can get behind, so it’s nice to see the sequel is building on it. Race through toy rooms, casinos, yards, and more in your choice of toy car. You’ll eventually unlock 20 toy cars, each of which can be upgraded and customized. Up to two players can join in on the fun via local multiplayer. You’ll likely enjoy this if you had fun with the original, as it builds on it solidly.

Roulette at Aces Casino ($7.99)

At first I thought this might be a Sabec game, but I noticed the extra detail in the screenshots and realized there was 26% more effort put into this game than the average Sabec. Anyway, it is what it says. You play roulette at Ace’s Vegas Casino, with both European and American roulette tables on offer. For some reason, there’s also a spooky ghost table? You could print out a picture of Hamster’s entire Arcade Archives line-up, throw a dart at it, and whatever you hit will probably be a better use of eight bucks than this.

Masky ($4.99)

This is apparently a dancing game of some kind? I’m not sure. I haven’t had a chance to play this one yet, so all I can do is try to piece things together based on the shop description and reviews from its releases on other platforms. Anyway, don’t expect a rhythm game here. It’s more about tilting back and forth and trying to join hands with other characters to create a big line of dancers. Some characters have special powers connected to their masks, most of which will try to mess with your balance. If you mess up and fall over, you’re done. On the other hand, if you get a big enough line going you’ll move on to the next area. You can play with up to four players locally, and that’s probably how you’ll get the best experience with Masky.

Ship Sim 2020 ($14.99)

It kind of burns my hide that there are more games about simulating ship businesses on the Switch than there are ice hockey games. Oh well. This is another game about simulating a ship business. Take the captain’s chair in a cruise ship, cargo ship, or oil tanker and sail the seas as ship captains do. Specifically, the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy the day-night cycle and changing weather patterns, dock your ship carefully, and try not to think about how you could have bought Celeste or something instead. Like the other recent releases from this publisher, you can find a free version of this game on the App Store if you want to check it out first.

Firefighters – Airport Heroes ($39.99)

Furthermore, there are now more games about firefighters battling fires at airports on the Switch than there are ice hockey games. Seriously. This is the latest in the Firefighters series from UI Entertainment/UIG, and I can’t really tell you how it’s different from the already-available Firefighters: Airport Fire Department. It promises many exciting missions set in a variety of airport locations such as planes, terminals, and offices. You also get a selection of fire engines to pick from. Well, there are enough games in this series on the Switch by now that there’s clearly a market for them, and if that market includes you this will probably be to your liking.

Seeds of Resilience ($13.99)

A simulation game where you need to build a village on a desert island, and one not quite as fluffy about that business as Animal Crossing. It’s turn-based, so you can take your time to plan your moves for each day before letting things play out. It tries to do things a bit more realistically, and apparently the way you build things in the game would more or less work in real life. Not really a selling point for me, but maybe it is for you? Anyway, you also have to keep the environment in mind while you’re building. If you over-fish in locations or cut down too many trees, you could land yourself in trouble. It’s no Civilization VI, but for the price it does what it needs to.

Cosmic Defenders ($9.99)

This is a quirky shoot-em-up for up to four players locally. There are three different gameplay modes, with a main story mode, a slightly randomized survival mode, and a versus mode available. It’s very colorful and it does some neat things with its levels, but unless you’ve got some friends with you the action gets old fast here. Having four different characters with different abilities helps to alleviate that somewhat, but something about the gameplay in this game just doesn’t do it for me. You may feel differently.

Him & Her ($0.99)

If you’re on a budget, this is going to be your best choice from today’s new releases. Him & Her is a platformer with 34 levels and two difficulty settings. Your goal in each stage is to make your way to Her. You can run and jump, as you’d expect, but you’re also able to climb up walls by running into them, flipping the level’s perspective and reorienting gravity. Nothing too fancy, but for a buck? It does the job. You’ll definitely get your four quarters’ worth.

Pixboy ($4.99)

You know, I’ve seen games selling themselves on NES nostalgia, Game Boy nostalgia, and general 16-bit nostalgia, but I think this is the first time I’ve seen a game pitching itself based on crappy old Nokia cell phone nostalgia. Time makes fools of us all sooner or later. This is a 2D platformer with 40 levels and a lot of secrets, all done up in a two-color graphic style that is meant to evoke the monochrome displays on old cell phones. The resolution is a bit high for that, but hey. You can also unlock new color options by finding them in the levels if you want to get that Game Boy creamed spinach look instead. It’s okay.

Pack Master ($4.99)

This is a simple puzzle game with a neat concept behind it. You’re given a bag or container of a particular shape, and you need to fit all of the objects into it. There are fourteen different locations that serve as themes for the hundreds of levels included in the game, and there’s even local multiplayer support for up to four players. You’ll probably get tired of the game before you run out of content, and while I can’t say if that’s a good or bad thing, it’s nice problem for a five dollar game to have.

Sales

(North American eShop, US Prices)

Usually Friday has a ton of new sales to check out, but given the timing of the Summer Sale we’ve got a less than usual to deal with. It’s still a fairly hefty list, with titles from Circle Entertainment and AkSys leading the charge. The weekend outbox doesn’t have a whole ton of sales to worry about, but take a good look just in case.

Select New Games on Sale

The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa ($10.49 from $14.99 until 7/2)
Little Dragons Cafe ($17.99 from $59.99 until 6/18)
WILL: A Wonderful World ($8.99 from $14.99 until 7/2)
Death Mark ($19.99 from $49.99 until 6/18)
Spirit Hunter: NG ($24.99 from $49.99 until 6/18)
Legendary Eleven ($3.99 from $9.99 until 6/29)
Quad Fighter K ($3.99 from $7.99 until 6/18)
WHIP! WHIP! ($4.99 from $9.99 until 7/1)
Flashback ($0.99 from $19.99 until 6/17)
Super Volley Blast ($6.99 from $9.99 until 6/25)
Piczle Lines DX 500 More Puzzles! ($2.99 from $9.99 until 6/25)
Super Blackjack Battle 2 Turbo ($0.99 from $7.99 until 7/1)
The Low Road ($5.24 from $14.99 until 6/18)
Mercenaries Wings ($7.79 from $12.99 until 7/2)
Mercenaries Saga Chronicles ($7.49 from $14.99 until 7/2)


Asterix & Obelix XXL 2 ($8.99 from $29.99 until 7/1)
Stardust Galaxy Warriors ($4.99 from $9.99 until 6/18)
Toki ($2.99 from $14.99 until 6/24)
Julie’s Sweets ($3.99 from $9.99 until 6/30)
Ivanych vs Eared Beast ($0.89 from $2.99 until 6/25)
Super Treasure Arena ($1.99 from $9.99 until 7/1)
Animus ($3.99 from $7.99 until 7/1)
Neko Navy – Daydream ($9.09 from $12.99 until 6/25)
The Office Quest ($2.99 from $11.99 until 6/25)
Piczle Colors ($3.60 from $12.00 until 6/25)
Solstice Chronicles: MIA ($8.99 from $14.99 until 7/2)
Fun! Fun! Animal Park ($14.99 from $29.99 until 6/18)
A Dark Room ($4.19 from $6.99 until 7/2)
Truberbrook ($14.99 from $29.99 until 7/1)
DayD: Through Time ($1.99 from $9.99 until 6/25)


Defend Your Castle ($1.74 from $4.99 until 6/18)
Table Top Racing: World Tour ($12.49 from $24.99 until 6/25)
Shadows of Adam ($10.49 from $14.99 until 7/2)
European Conqueror X ($5.99 from $9.99 until 7/2)
Light Tracer ($8.99 from $14.99 until 7/1)
Among the Sleep – Enhanced ($7.49 from $24.99 until 7/1)
Bullet Battle: Evolution ($7.49 from $14.99 until 7/1)
Word Mesh ($3.49 from $4.99 until 7/22)
The Drama Queen Murder ($2.49 from $9.99 until 6/30)
M.A.C.E. Tower Defense ($1.99 from $3.99 until 6/22)
Exception ($3.74 from $14.99 until 6/25)
Paper Dolls Original ($11.89 from $16.99 until 7/2)
Button Button Up! ($5.99 from $11.99 until 7/2)
Home Sheep Home ($4.99 from $9.99 until 6/25)
Tower Climb ($1.50 from $6.00 until 6/25)


Ghost Parade ($19.99 from $39.99 until 6/18)
Incredible Mandy ($8.99 from $14.99 until 7/2)
Bloo Kid 2 ($2.49 from $4.99 until 7/1)
Simulacra ($9.09 from $12.99 until 6/25)
Dead End Job ($8.49 from $16.99 until 7/1)
Maitetsu: Pure Station ($24.49 from $24.99 until 7/2)
Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ ($27.99 from $39.99 until 6/18)
Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late cl-r ($27.99 from $39.99 until 6/18)
Hidden Through Time ($6.39 from $7.99 until 6/19)
Yoga Master ($19.99 from $24.99 until 6/25)
SeaBed ($15.99 from $19.99 until 6/25)
Sin Slayers ($9.99 from $19.99 until 6/25)
Black Rainbow ($6.99 from $9.99 until 6/30)
Pixel Art Bundle Vol.1 ($5.69 from $37.99 until 6/24)
Him & Her ($0.49 from $0.99 until 7/1)


Glass Masquerade Double Pack ($10.99 from $21.99 until 7/1)
Seeds of Resilience ($12.59 from $13.99 until 7/1)
Summer in Mara ($22.49 from $24.99 until 6/23)
Blair Witch ($26.99 from $29.99 until 7/1)
Miden Tower ($13.49 from $14.99 until 6/25)

Sales Ending This Weekend

n Verlore Verstand ($6.29 from $13.99 until 6/13)
Steamburg ($0.49 from $4.99 until 6/13)
Tetsumo Party ($0.49 from $4.99 until 6/13)
Tyd wag vir Niemand ($5.99 from $9.99 until 6/13)
Chop is Dish ($1.20 from $3.00 until 6/14)
Deployment ($0.99 from $9.99 until 6/14)
Despotism 3k ($9.89 from $10.99 until 6/14)
Frozen Friends ($2.99 from $9.99 until 6/14)
Goat Simulator: The GOATY ($7.49 from $29.99 until 6/14)
Halloween Pinball ($0.98 from $2.99 until 6/14)
Iconoclasts ($11.99 from $19.99 until 6/14)
In-Vert ($1.99 from $4.99 until 6/14)
Lanternium ($3.99 from $9.99 until 6/14)
Moonlighter ($9.99 from $24.99 until 6/14)
Mummy Pinball ($0.98 from $2.99 until 6/14)


Oliver’s Adventures in Fairyland ($2.79 from $6.99 until 6/14)
Pirate Pop Plus ($3.34 from $4.99 until 6/14)
Pirates Pinball ($0.98 from $2.99 until 6/14)
Quell Memento ($3.99 from $7.99 until 6/14)
Quest for the Golden Duck ($0.03 from $9.99 until 6/14)
Rogue Bit ($0.99 from $4.99 until 6/14)
Runbow ($2.99 from $14.99 until 6/14)
Rune Lord ($3.49 from $4.99 until 6/14)
Stikbold! Dodgeball Adventure ($7.49 from $14.99 until 6/14)
Taimumari: Complete ($5.99 from $14.99 until 6/14)
The Inner World: Last Wind Monk ($5.99 from $14.99 until 6/14)
Thumper ($4.99 from $19.99 until 6/14)
Trover Saves the Universe ($20.99 from $29.99 until 6/14)
Valley ($5.99 from $14.99 until 6/14)
Werewolf Pinball ($0.98 from $2.99 until 6/14)

That’s all we’ve got for today and this week, friends. And what an expensive week it turned out to be! Don’t count on next week giving your wallet a reprieve, either. Retro fans in particular have a rough week coming between the Namco Museum Archives and Darius Cozmic Collection releases. Burnout Paradise Remastered, Railway Empire, Working Zombies, and more await those with slightly more modern proclivities. I hope you all have a great weekend, and as always, thanks for reading!

Source: https://toucharcade.com/2020/06/12/switcharcade-round-up-warborn-spacejacked-pew-paw-and-todays-other-new-releases-the-latest-sales-and-more/

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The Similarities Between Day Trading and Gambling

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Most stock traders hate being compared to the gamblers in Las Vegas. However, there are a lot of similarities between gambling and day trading. Understanding these similarities will help you excel in any of the fields you’d like to specialize in. Trading is all about generating cash flows for an enterprise. You shouldn’t confuse it with long-term investment. Understanding how gambling works will help you understand the art of day trading. Therefore, whether you are a day trader or a gambler, this article is for you. Here is how gambling and day trading are similar to each other.

Probability and Odds

The first thing that you should keep in mind is that you’re always dealing with probabilities and odds. Regardless of the conditions in the market, you can always find a favorable situation in aspects like currency exchange. A weak commodity market will improve your odds. However, you won’t be guaranteed huge returns despite the market imbalance.

If you’ve ever walked into a casino or visited no deposit bingo sites in UK and exchanged cash for chips at the tables, you are familiar with the idea of putting your money on the line to cover accommodations and travel costs. Of course, all the casinos and facilities available at Las Vegas weren’t built by winners or skilled new players. Online gambling sites will always ensure that the odds favor them. To become a successful trader, you’ll need to learn how to have the odds in your favor. Having the odds in your favor requires skill.

Having the odds in your favor

Some people consider gambling to be a profitable business while others, a risky activity. The same applies to day trading. To win loads of cash in both fields, you need to have the right system, tip, or an inside trick. The more people gamble or trade, the more they lose money. How can you put the odds in your favor?

You need to be the house

Every casino cannot offer a game if the odds aren’t in their favor. The same principle is the same for day traders. You need to take trades that have the highest odds to make profits. Casinos have built value by having minimum and maximum amounts in betting. Without these requirements in place, some gamblers would place extremely low wagers. And the effort wouldn’t be worth it. However, if a player goes home with one million dollars, it can be devastating for the casino because it might end up wiping out other profits.

Casinos cap bet sizes to limit such devastations. Day traders should never rely too much on one transaction regardless of how confident they feel. There’s always a risk that the trade won’t favor you. You need to mitigate this risk to succeed. As an avid gambler, you probably know what bankroll management is. In day trading, it is called capital preservation. Your goal should be to leverage favorable opportunities. You shouldn’t rely on one transaction only. Otherwise, you’ll be in danger of going bankrupt. Casinos do whatever they can to maximize their revenue and profitability. When they offer bonuses and stay open every day, they keep fattening their wallets. As a day trader, you need to focus on lots of transactions to improve your value.

The day trader vs the gambler

How is the average day trader similar to the gambler in Las Vegas? You now know that casinos only participate in areas that are advantageous to them. Successful day traders tend to focus on a few trades that have a high potential. A disciplined day trader focuses on protecting their seed capital to have an edge over their competitors. The casino emphasizes profitability by staying open every day.

Conclusion

Is gambling day trading or vice versa? The answer is no. However, the two have a lot of similarities. To make money in both areas, you need to be skillful. Just like casinos, you need to focus on activities that generate revenue and profits while protecting your seed capital. Risk management is key if you are to succeed in these fields. To trade successfully, you need to focus on a few trades that have an edge and low volatility. Finally, you need to be disciplined in the long run. Small profits over a long period are way better than losing everything including your seed capital.

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Leslie Alexander is an exceptional editor and writer at Gamblizard. She is interested in literature, art, music, and gaming. You’ll find her painting, singing, or playing games during her free time.

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BMW Esports creates ‘Heroes of Rivalry’ manga, presents OG Esports as new partner

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BMW Esports, the esports division of german automotive company BMW, has unveiled ‘Heroes Of Rivalry’, a manga series featuring its United in Rivalry team partners.

BMW Esports’s United in Rivalry partners include Cloud 9, FNATIC, FunPlus Phoenix, G2 Esports and T1. However, the announcement also revealed that European organisation OG Esports has been announced as its latest addition.

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OG Esports, well known for its time in Dota 2, is BMW’s first United in Rivalry partner that isn’t a League of Legends-focused organisation. 

JMR Luna, CEO of OG Esports, commented: “I grew up with a poster of a BMW motorcycle on my wall… Many years later… being able to work with them, it’s a dream come true,”

“BMW is a wonderful brand and company, and they entered Esports partnering with five of the biggest esports organisations in the world and it is an honour for us to be part of this prestigious group now. Once again thank you to our fans for continuing to believe and support us, and OG and BMW will now work hard to bring many more incredible moments to you all.”

The initiative will feature all teams together in a manga series illustrated by Japanese artist Acky Bright, with the concept and storyline coming from German agency Jung von Matt.

The manga will display the organisation’s professional players in an Isekai scenario, which is a genre of manga where real-world characters are dragged into a fantasy world. The preface is that the players, generally facing each other as rivals in matches, will be ‘United in Rivalry’ to achieve their goal. 

RELATED: BMW Motorsport expands sim racing programme, partners with four teams

“The superheroes in our manga not only develop great power in their adventure, but they also inspire the imagination of every single person,” added Stefan Ponikva, Vice President Brand Experience BMW. “There is something magical about manga; it touches peoples’ hearts. That is the crux of the matter. Manga follows our goal of wrapping brand messages in emotions – with great finesse for images, language and symbols – and entertaining people. In pop culture like the esports scene, this is far more effective than another display ad.

“Through manga, we are communicating on the same wavelength with a target group that does not actually respond positively to advertising, and we are there, where they are – on their mobile devices.”

United in Rivalry was an initiative set up by BMW in April 2020 to promote esports and gaming culture. The project saw BMW announce partnerships with five esports organisations. 

Esports Insider says: BMW’s idea of mixing manga with esports it’s an unexpected but nice approach. Manga and esports have a lot of crossover appeal, even if the fans themselves don’t consume it. Plus, having a well-known artist behind the project showcases the commitment of BMW Esports in delivering a top tier experience for fans. 

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SCCG MANAGEMENT AND SHANK MARKETING ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FOR IGAMING AND SPORTS BETTING

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LAS VEGAS, NV, USA, April 8, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — SCCG Management and Shank Marketing are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to create a bridge between land-based casino marketing strategies and sports betting, online gambling, and social casino products available in the SCCG Management suite of services.

Stephen Crystal, Founder of SCCG Management, said, “We are committed to working with category leaders that create powerful synergies for our client partners. Shank Marketing will work with our affiliate marketing partners, SEO digital marketing providers and clients to ensure successful product launches and marketing strategies. The mutually beneficial partnership will provide a much-needed bridge between online and offline marketing initiatives. Shank Marketing joins LRI Media Group, Stack Digital, Riviera Sports Marketing, and MediaTroopers as part of this initiative.”

Justin Shank, Principal at Shank Marketing, said of the announcement, “We are excited to work with Stephen and the team at SCCG. They’ve been doing great work, and we look forward to a promising partnership.” – Justin Shank, Principal at Shank Marketing.

ABOUT SCCG MANAGEMENT

SCCG Management is a consultancy that specializes in sports betting, iGaming, sports marketing, affiliate marketing, technology, intellectual property protection, product commercialization, esports, capital formation, M&A, joint ventures, casino management, and governmental and legal affairs for the casino and iGaming industry.

Website: https://sccgmanagement.com

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Shank Marketing provides operations-driven marketing solutions for tribal and commercial casinos throughout the United States of America. The Shank Marketing team consists of proven casino marketing professionals who understand casino gaming, hospitality, and entertainment. The Shank team develops brand and marketing strategies, including social media marketing initiatives, digital advertising programs, social media promotions, local SEO, reputation management, innovative digital marketing approaches, and project management for mobile app and website development.

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Some Online Casino Dealer Games That Are Perfect for the Beginners

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It’s vital for online casinos that they keep introducing new games daily to remain successful. Online gamblers are continually searching the internet to play new games. They often select the places that have the most up-to-date and thrilling casino games. Gaming developers strive diligently to create innovative titles, ensuring that the online casinos have all the resources they need to keep their customers satisfied. With too many options, picking a favorite online casino dealer game may be difficult. However, certain games have stood the test of time thanks to their usability, payouts, and extra features.

Blackjack
Multihand
Multihand blackjack differs little from the basic form of the game. In this variant, the only difference is that it is possible to occupy several positions within a table and therefore make more plays.
Pontoon
Pontoon is the English variant of American blackjack. Here, after the initial bet, it is possible to bet a second time after viewing the first card, then concluding the hand in the same way as the original.
Atlantic City Blackjack
This is also a trendy online variant, in which the online casino dealer plays with an up card. In case this is an ace, or its value is equal to 10, it is possible to see the other. Players can raise at any time, but they cannot fold.
Spanish 21
The main difference between Spanish 21 from the original game is the use of 6 or 8 decks of Spanish cards or decks without tens. Their absence increases the online casino dealer’s chances of winning. For this reason, bonus winnings are usually awarded to players.
Double Attack
Double Attack does not come directly from the original version of the game but derives, in turn, from Spanish 21. In Double Attack, the player is allowed to double his bet after having seen the first card and leave the game at any time.
Double Exposure
Double Exposure blackjack is one of the less popular variants, also because it is the one that allows easier wins. Players can see the online casino dealer’s cards in advance and make their bets accordingly.
Super Fun 21
Super Fun 21 Blackjack is the only variant that involves using a single deck of 52 cards, thus benefiting the players over the online casino dealer. For this reason, the payouts are lower, although it is possible to double the stake even after seeing the cards.
Free Blackjack
Free blackjack is aimed at those who do not like to bet their money or want to gain experience and learn how to play without risking their resources.
Roulette

European Roulette
European roulette is the oldest variant and also the most widespread in the old continent and at the real money online casino. To characterize this game is the possibility to bet on 36 numbers, on the color, even or odd, and low or high. The online casino dealer only wins if the ball lands on 0.
American Roulette
The American version of roulette was born in Las Vegas casinos. Unlike the European one, American roulette includes an extra box, with 38 total numbers, offering lower chances of winning than the other variants.
Multi-wheel Roulette
On multi-wheel roulette, the player can bet on several reels simultaneously, up to a maximum of eight. The bets can also be all different, with identical winning rules to the European version.
Without Zero
An exclusive variant of online casinos is Zero Zero Roulette. In this case, the player has a better chance of winning since there is no 0 on the wheel. The other rules do not vary from the European version.
Free Roulette
If you want to try the roulette game for free, it will be possible for you to do it on one of the many sites we offer without putting your funds in danger. Learn the tactics and have a great time without taking any risks!

Live dealer online casino games
Live Dealer Roulette
Playing roulette with a live online casino dealer gives you sensations that the simple digital version cannot offer. Watching the ball spin along with the wheel, anxiously waiting for it to stop on its number, has an entirely different effect. Try it now!
Live Dealer Blackjack
Blackjack is not only the favorite game in land-based casinos. It is also in its digital version. The introduction of online casino dealer games has only improved the game quality and the visual experience.
Live Dealer Baccarat
Like other games with an online casino dealer, playing live baccarat is a great advantage for all lovers of this game. Seeing the croupier handle the cards, thus increasing the tension waiting for a lucky hand, involves the players seated at the table more.
Casino Hold’em with Live Dealer
In the game of Texas Hold’em, unlike other casino card games, being able to look your opponents in the eye is a considerable advantage. For this reason, we believe that playing with an online casino dealer makes the game more exciting.

How to find the game that’s right for you
The Casino team is well aware of the problems that most players encounter when they decide to gamble online for the first time,. One of the main difficulties is precisely that of finding the site and the right game to bet on and, in the best of cases, to win.
Nowadays, with the variety of online casinos available, players might feel overwhelmed, not knowing which one to choose. That’s why we have compiled, especially for our users, a list with the top casinos like 888 Netherlands, where you can bet or have fun for free at the best games ever and where you can take advantage of the best possible bonuses, in addition to a host of other benefits.
On our casino recommendations, you will find games such as slots, poker, roulette, baccarat, blackjack, and many others, which will allow you to take the big winnings home really from real money games. In addition to many fun and good titles, the sites on our lists offer high payouts, quick and easy deposit methods, and the most reliable security systems.

Conclusion
Regardless of their specific flavor, online casinos are the go-to places for easy online gambling pleasure and entertainment. As the interest and popularity of online casinos continue to grow, they will inevitably find new ways to captivate their audience. With the vast amount of online casino games to choose from, how do you decide what game is right for you?

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