CashMagnet provides Japanese version of flagship brand’s website
Mr. Gamble, CashMagnet’s flagship brand, has launched a Japanese version of the website as the platform continues to expand across the globe.
Lauding the “milestone”, the brand now becomes one of the selected few international casino comparison sites to offer services to Japanese-speaking players. These players can now get access to information about casino bonuses, payment methods, table games, and more in their native language.
Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder of CashMagnet, Paavo Salonen, stated: “This initiative poses an exciting opportunity as well as an equally exciting challenge. We have been solving creative problems while operating in compliance with local gambling laws in multiple countries for years.
“We’ve also taken extra steps to ensure that this new project is handled by qualified, native experts, to serve Japanese-speaking players around the globe while keeping Japan’s regulatory requirements in mind.
“Our team strictly follows the current regulations but also keeps a watchful eye on any new developments.”
The new website has been carefully planned out and designed to match Japanese sensibilities, while also retaining Mr. Gamble’s brand identity and voice. CashMagnet’s leadership believes the result is a testament to the team’s “commitment to quality and detail”.
According to the firm, the Japanese online gambling market is one that has “growth potential” with the market size reaching $7.2bn, with forecasts predicting its future growth could exceed $10bn in the next four to five years.
Additionally, government-controlled sports gambling, which is considered a separate entity, is said to generate around $30bn per year. Japan’s pachinko industry, in turn, generates $200bn on top of that yearly — roughly x30 the yearly revenue of Las Vegas venues.
This marks CashMagnet’s latest investment toward making the online casino industry more safe and accessible to the non-English-speaking demographic, following its previous expansion in Hungary.