15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall.A BUNDALL mansion with a resort-inspired wraparound pool has sold for $2.405 million – the biggest sale on the Gold Coast this week.The waterfront house at 15 Daimler Drive has an open-plan design, floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors revealing water views among its standout features.Sellers Tom Snow and his wife Debbie bought the property in 1998 and lived in the existing house before building their dream home seven years ago. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago15 Daimler Drive, Bundall.The pair looked at many designs before settling on theirs but had a particular focus on creating a seamless connection between the house and canalfront.It comes with all the extras you would expect of a luxurious Gold Coast home – a parents’ retreat, butler’s pantry, media room and jetty.Isaac and Maria Genc of Genc & Co negotiated the sale.
Retail closures have ‘severe’ impact on Playtech August 5, 2020 Share Share StumbleUpon Shimon Akad – PlaytechPlaytech Plc has launched its regulated market services for Switzerland, acting as the lead digital systems supplier for Swiss Casinos Group.The FTSE firm is one-of-four technology incumbents allowed to service online casino provisions for approved land-based operators under the remit of the new ‘Money Gaming Act’’- established by Switzerland’s Federal CouncilPlaytech has secured its systems permit in partnership with Swiss Casinos’ Pfäffikon (canton of Zurich) property.Stating its intent to lead the market, Playtech has launched its full-suite casino jackpot games and live casino content, which allows Swiss Casinos to develop a true omni-channel proposition.Shimon Akad, Group COO, Playtech, said: “Live casino is a hugely exciting growth area for Playtech, and we’re proud to partner with Swiss Casino on Switzerland’s first venture into this space. They are the ideal company to introduce Live to the country given their leading market position in Switzerland.“This kind of partnership, opening up a new sector in a newly regulated market, is a perfect example of our strategy in action. We look forward to a long, successful partnership with Swiss Casinos.”The development sees Swiss Casinos become the first operator in Switzerland to launch both a Live Casino offering and jackpot Casino games for the market.Playtech will support Swiss Casinos operations and cross channel dynamics through its flagship ‘Playtech One’ platform, delivering its comprehensive IMS player management system and deeper data-driven intelligence.Marc Baumann – Swiss CasinosMarc Baumann, CEO Swiss Casinos Group, added: “The new Money Gaming Act has given casinos in Switzerland the opportunity to enter the online market for the first time. Swiss Casinos has successfully established itself as the market leader for landbased casinos in Switzerland. Choosing the partner for the online platform then was our top priority and we are delighted to partner with Playtech.“Through our partnership with Playtech, we want to continue the success story of Swiss Casinos in the online market as well. The outstanding offer, the high competence of the team and the flexibility in adapting to the regulatory requirements have laid the foundation for successful and long-term cooperation.” Related Articles Playtech goes live in the US with bet365 August 7, 2020 Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Submit
Justin Bour and Luís García, two of the players acquired in what turned out to be a forgettable offseason for the Angels last winter, were set loose after one season with the team.Bour and García both elected for free agency after the Angels removed them from the 40-man roster, the team announced on Monday.Nick Tropeano, Kaleb Cowart and Miguel Del Pozo also elected free agency.Bour, García and Tropeano were all eligible for free agency, so all were likely to be non-tendered this winter. Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Bour, 31, signed last winter for $2.5 million, but he ended up spending much of the season in Triple-A. He hit .172 with eight homers and a .623 OPS in 170 plate appearances with the Angels.García, 32, was acquired from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for José Álvarez. García posted a 4.35 ERA, with a WHIP of 1.5.García and Bour would have each been due to make more than $3 million in arbitration.Tropeano’s career has been stalled by injuries, and he pitched in just three games in the big leagues this year. Cowart has always been an outstanding defensive third baseman, but he never was able to find success at the plate, and this year the Angels also tried him as a pitcher. Del Pozo, a left-handed reliever, was acquired from the Texas Rangers in August and made his big league debut with the Angels this year.Related Articles Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros