GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020 Share StumbleUpon GiG launches WSN Podcast hosted by Bill Krackomberger June 18, 2020 Submit Related Articles Share Will Whitehead, mkodo: Achieving sportsbook and casino differentiation through UX April 29, 2020 In collaboration with Gaming Innovation Group (GiG), online gaming operator Metal Casino has launched a new sportsbook, available in jurisdictions covered by UK and Maltese gambling licences.As part of the new agreement, GIG’s omni-channel managed sportsbook solution has been integrated across Metal Casino’s platforms.“We are happy to support Metal Casino entering the world of sports betting,” GiG director of sports, Endre Nesset, said. “The launch process has been smooth and it is a pleasure working with the Metal team.“The fully managed solution is personalised to their liking and we are excited to see how the product is being received from metal fans across Europe.”Since the initial launch of its online gambling offering in August 2017, Metal Casino has been operating across the GiG Core platform, delivering a number of slots and casino games. GiG first launched its new sportsbook in June of last year when it rolled out the solution with in-house operator brand Rizk.com. The online gaming technology supplier has since expanded from the initial launch by licensing the sportsbook external partners and as part of an omni-channel solution.GiG has recently placed more of a focus upon compliance in recent months, with a number of operators integrating GiG Comply technology across their operations.
10 10 10 4. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) and David Silva (Manchester City) averaged 2.4 key passes per game this season 9. Paul Pogba (Manchester United) averaged 1.9 key passes per game this season 10 10 10 5. Ross Barkley (Everton) averaged 2.3 key passes per game this season 10 3. Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) averaged 2.9 key passes per game this season 8. Dusan Tadic (Southampton) and Xherdan Shaqiri (Stoke City) averaged two key passes per game this season 10 2. Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) averaged three key passes per game this season 10 10. Juan Mata (Manchester United) averaged 1.8 key passes per game this season – click the arrow above, right, to find out who comes out on top Only the most intelligent of footballers pick the right pass at the right time.So many want to play the playmaker role, but only a few role really succeed in this position.And, assists aside, we wanted to know who was most effective in their passing in the Premier League this season.Scroll through the gallery above to find out which players from England’s top flight averaged the most key passes per game. 10 1. Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur) averaged 3.1 key passes per game this season 6. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) averaged 2.2 key passes per game this season 7. Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea), Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City) and Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) averaged 2.1 key passes per game this season