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Change is inevitable, so it’s highly likely that as technology develops that online slots will change in the future and even within the next decade, so it’s not a case of if, but how and what that will mean for players. It’s impossible to know just what is around the corner, meaning it’s very difficult to predict with any degree of certainty what the future of online slots will be – discover slot games to play here.

However, the best guess is that the biggest developments and changes to the slot industry in the next 10 years will be centred around technology. Here are some of the best predictions for how slots are likely to change in the not so distant future!

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The rise of skill-based slots 

There has already been a surge in popularity in slots that are more akin to video gaming than traditional gambling. 3D slot, for example, has more intriguing narratives and storylines as well as immersive graphics and soundtracks that make players feel like they are more involved in the game. Within these types of slots are opportunities for players to interact and make choices in bonus rounds which can influence the outcome of the game – something which was not previously possible in traditional slot games.  

For example, players can spin a wheel or shoot at a target in order to uncover a prize. In the next few years, we should see this becoming more common at an elevated standard with skill-based bonus rounds where players can use their skill to win jackpots rather than relying on chance alone.  

Female-focused slots 

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The stereotypical slot player in the past has always been a male player and as such many slot games have been geared to appeal to a male audience. However, the demographic of slot players are changing and more women are playing slot games than ever before on their mobile phones or tablets from the comfort of their own homes. Online gambling is more balanced than it ever has been, with around 44% of players being female and equipped with this data and market research game developers will most likely steer away from designing games with bikini-donned female characters which traditionally were designed to appeal to the male audience to more gender-neutral slot themes.  

More generous welcome bonuses 

Almost all online casinos offer players welcome bonuses and not only is this not set to cease anytime soon, but it is also likely that bonuses will be even more generous in the coming years. This is because it is a highly competitive market and online casinos are all vying for the attention of players.  

The rise of cryptocurrency 

You will have no doubt heard of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether in the news and they aren’t likely to fade away into the distance anytime soon and especially in the world of online gambling, cryptocurrencies will become increasingly popular due to players wanting more anonymity and faster cash deposits and withdrawals of their winnings.  

While we can’t be sure, this is the best guess for how online slots are likely to change, but only time will tell!

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DHL donated IDR2.4 billion to SOS Children’s Villages in six years of partnership in Indonesia

  • With DPDHL Group's support and contribution of €140,000 (IDR2.4 billion) since inception, program has benefitted more than 2,500 young people in Indonesia
  • GoTeach program aims to improve youth employability, especially now with challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - Media OutReach - 8 March 2021 - DHL Global Forwarding, the leading international freight specialist arm of Deutsche Post DHL Group (or DPDHL Group), today commemorates six years of partnership with SOS Children's Villages (SOSCV) at a DHL GoTeach Donation Ceremony. Working together with the non-governmental organization (NGO) focused on supporting children without parental care and families at risk, DPDHL Group has reached out to more than 2,500 beneficiaries in Indonesia through mentorship and educational activities and a contribution of €140,000 (IDR2.4 billion) since 2014.


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"As one of the largest employers in the world, the Group is supportive of programs that prepare job seekers for the working world, especially during such challenging times. Today, we are proud to commemorate our six years of partnership with SOS Children's Villages at the DHL GoTeach Donation Ceremony," said Thomas Grunau, Global Head of Business Strategy & Digitalization, DHL Global Forwarding.

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During the ceremony, Grunau presented a donation of €5,000 to SOSCV Indonesia in support of the Pandemic GoTeach project, which offered an online employability training to more than 1,000 young people all over Indonesia in 2020. With the support of 12 volunteers, the online training sessions, covering employability related topics such as job interview and resume writing skills, will continue in 2021 until social distancing measures ease up. The program is the brainchild of Elok Vinindya Wardhani, Marketing and Corporate Communications, DHL Global Forwarding Indonesia, who was recognized for her initiative and effort with the organization's CEO award in the category sustainability.

DHL Global Forwarding Indonesia President Director, Vincent Yong said, "In today's rapidly changing world, education paves the way to a stable, sustainable and prosperous tomorrow. Through the GoTeach program, DHL hopes to help the youth in Indonesia to develop the skills and confidence to enter the professional world. With 509 employees across all business divisions volunteering for more than 3,000 hours in the past six years, GoTeach also delivers opportunities for our employees to actively contribute and play a role in the community."

GoTeach is a group-wide corporate responsibility program aimed at improving youth employability for those from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds. Educational and mentorship activities are regularly organized to better prepare them to enter the working world.

"The sustainability and power of an economy and the society depend on a strong educational system and targeted efforts to develop the next generation of working professionals. During the COVID-19 pandemic, jobs and livelihoods have been impacted, deepening the need for training and mentoring programs, such as GoTeach, for our youth to continue to develop their competencies and capabilities to reach their dreams. SOS Children's Villages is happy and proud to join hands with DHL Indonesia to deliver on this commitment," said Gregor Hadiyanto Nitihardjo, National Director SOS Children's Villages Indonesia.

According to UNICEF, there are approximately 24 million students who have dropped out of school as a result of the pandemic, adding to the 870 million students or half of the world's student population in 51 countries who have yet to return to school.

In Indonesia, DHL Global Forwarding together with DHL Express and DHL Supply Chain have continuously focused on developing youth's potential since 2014, sharing knowledge on soft and hard skills as well as supporting career development and employability for young people. The GoTeach program has been conducted in several locations across Indonesia such as Meulaboh, Banda Aceh, Medan, Jakarta, Lembang, Semarang, Bali and Flores. For the past six years, DHL employees have actively become mentors in several GoTeach activities such as skill preparation, job shadowing, DHL facility tours, internships and dream camp activities at SOS Children's Villages to improve employability. The initiative is also part of DPDHL Group's effort to contribute to local communities where they operate.


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About SOS Children’s Villages

SOS Children's Villages is a non-profit organization that provides alternative care for children who lost or at risk of losing their parental care. Founded in 1949 in Innsbruck, Austria, SOS Children's Villages now are in 136 countries, including Indonesia. Today, Indonesia SOS Children's Villages have nurtured and assisted more than 5.500 children in 11 cities in Indonesia: Lembang, Jakarta, Bogor, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Tabanan, Maumere, Banda Aceh, Meulaboh, Medan, and Palu. For further information, visit: www.sos.or.id | @desaanaksos


*Special Notes

SOS Children's Villages prioritizes family-based care and we form substitute families for children who lost or at risk of losing their parental care. The Mothers and Children establish a family relationship with each other just like any family out there (family-care), so we avoid terms such as an orphanage, foster child, foster mother, and orphans that is replaced with the term a child who lost or at risk of losing their parental care. In SOS Children's Villages, we also pay close attention to children's interests and we also protect their privacy, so any information that is related to their background and personal matter will only be shared with particular parties and will not be published to the public.

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