David OzararatUpdating the market, industry platform and systems provider BetConstruct has informed that it has secured France ‘Remote Gaming Licence’ issued by national regulator Autorité de régulation des Jeux en ligne (ARJEL).The licensing approval will enable BetConstruct to offer it full sports betting software and platform provisions for the regulated French betting market.Moving forward, as an industry technology supplier BetConstruct now holds approved supplier licences from ARJEL, the Malta MGA and UK Gambling Commission. BetConstruct has already secured new business in France, having been selected as online platform provider for French legacy casino and betting operator Partouche, who will relaunch its digital services.“Being granted a licence by ARJEL is a powerful guarantee of reliability and a stamp of recognition of the strengths of BetConstruct. The French licence will allow our partners to have a privileged access to the French market that has grown 30 percent every year since it was regulated. BetConstruct will remove barriers for operators and allow them to benefit from this dynamic market,” commented BetConstruct Regional Director in France, David Ozararat. Share Share New Polish poker table in BetGames section for STS July 15, 2020 Related Articles VBET agrees Armenian Premier League and Armenian Cup sponsorship August 13, 2020 ANJ reveals new leadership team for French gambling July 6, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon
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WASHINGTON — Iowa Senator Joni Ernst says she has signed on to a resolution from a fellow Republican which condemns Democrats for failing to follow the proper process in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.“Because what we’re seeing in the House is the fact that Democrats have been so heck bent on making sure they impeach this president that they are just randomly acting through this inquiry process. It’s not open, it’s not transparent, we don’t have access to the information,” Ernst says.Ernst told reporters during her weekly conference call that the Democrats in the House are not following through on anything. “We have got to get our work done. The House needs to focus on getting things done like the USMCA. And impeachment — if they are going to go down that road — they need to make sure that they are following standards that have been set, practices that have been set in the past. And the president is not receiving that same courtesy right now,” Ernst says.Ernst was asked if she defends the president’s actions. “I can’t go down that path right now — because again — I haven’t seen all of the information. And bottom line, we don’t even know what the articles of impeachment are. (House Speaker) Nancy Pelosi has not indicated what they are trying to do other than go after the president,” Ernst says. “So gain, it’s more of a political show over there than actually getting toward an objective.”Ernst says she doesn’t have any information to make any kind of a decision on whether the president’s dealings with the Ukraine were an impeachable offense. “As I read through the transcript of the call, of course I didn’t see an impeachable offense there. We will need to hear from additional witnesses and I’m sure that the House will bring those witnesses forward. They will have to. I mean they will have to when they bring it over to the Senate for a trial,” Ernst says. “So again, I want to make sure that I am evaluating all the information as presented by the House prosecutors — that is under the assumption that they are going to send articles of impeachment over.”Ernst says she will sit as a judge in the Senate if the inquiry moves forward and will make a decision based on the information.
Langham Hospitality Group Launches the Optimum ProgrammeLangham Hospitality Group has launched the Optimum Programme designed specifically for the small medium enterprises (SMEs) in mind.“We understand that in today’s dynamic and competitive business environment, SMEs need to strive to maximize and provide optimum value for every dollar spent,” said Simon Manning, vice president of sales and marketing, Langham Hospitality Group. “Langham has specifically created the Optimum Programme to provide these SME businesses that usually do not have the volume to qualify for the preferential rates, can now enjoy benefits and corporates rates when they stay with us.”The Optimum Programme provides corporate rates and benefits at all participating Langham Hotels and Resorts for companies that occupy 20 to 50 room nights per year.SMEs can enjoy the following benefits upon enrolment:Access to exclusive rate offerings across Langham’s portfolio of properties throughout the yearPreferential rates for Langham Club Room and Suite accommodationInstant enrolment confirmation and exclusive Langham booking code for easy bookingA dedicated sales representative to personally assist with each organization’s reservations and special requests worldwideAirline partner miles accrual towards preferred frequent flyer programme for all travellers in the organizationInvitations to enjoy exclusive Langham promotionsIn addition, all travellers of the Optimum members will be invited to enrol as a Gateway member to our loyalty programme, 1865.Additional benefits of an 1865 Gateway member include:Express check-in and check-outLocal newspaperIn-room broadband Internet accessLate check-out until 4 pm (subject to availability)Personalized room preferencesWelcome fruits and bottled water upon arrivalAll corporate personal assistants, secretaries and personnel making corporate travel arrangements can also earn rewards for every reservation made at the Langham Hospitality Group’s hotels worldwide. Langham HospitalitySource = Langham Hospitality