Online Casino Mr.Green Goes to Austria

Published Saturday, July 04, 2009 - Online-Casinos.com

It is well known that Austrian sector in the online casino and gambling market is very competitive. This knowledge has not deterred the online casino Mr.Green.com from launching it first ever German language version in the volatile market.

The Swedish based online casino Mr.Green was founded in August of 2008 by two former Betsson partners, Fredrik Sidfalk and Henrik Bergquist and the current managing director Mikael Pawlo. All have impressive internet, policy and marketing backgrounds. Mr.Green.com is licenced in the jurisdiction of Malta and offers responsible gambling facilities, including a service which enables gamblers who wish to do so set their budget limits before starting play.

"We believe our main competitors in Austria to be local operations like Bwin and Casinos Austria," Pawlo stated, adding later, "Mr Green's focus in design and providing the players with extra thrills has proven successful resulting in a very aggressive growth in Scandinavia. We expect our Austrian launch to be just as successful, Mr Green being the first to offer the next generation of slot machines in the Austrian market" Mr. Pawlo was quoted as saying that the company will offer three different casino platforms, the only casino operator in the German and Austrian markets to do so. Nyx Interactive, Net Entertainment and Betsoft Gaming, are going to be all available, with an integrated possibility that allows players to switch platforms without changing their chips or coins.

The services of Mario Kochwalter have been acquired to run operations as manager in Austria. Coming with an extensive background in television marketing and sales. Mr.Kochwalter has held positions with FIVB as TV Coordinator, at STVMD, as Rights Manager, TV & New Media director at Sports TV as well as Media Distribution and TV & Marketing Director at United Strongman Federation. These credentials will surely help the new German language casino compete in the strong Austrian market.


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