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Summary, Pictures and Feedback Form for Pentasia All-in League 17/18


The friendly and competitive Pentasia All-in League is an opportunity for igaming professionals all across Malta to unite in their love of football. For its 10 year anniversary, Pentasia introduced All-in Translations as manager to the league, which was a responsibility we accepted with pride. The exciting Cup Final was organised on the 4th of May, followed by a lively after-party at Surfside (event pictures below!).
The league’s final Friday could be said to sum up the season pretty well;

  • Fair Play is in focus. The moment it was announced that we would start organising the league we made it clear that we would apply zero tolerance to violence. The feedback received indicates this was a principle taken seriously. Unfortunately both teams in the final were missing some players who were abroad, but the ones that were able to play gave 100% and were in good spirits. It was a close match – perhaps contrary to what we were expecting after seeing GIGsters United dominating all their games this season. Betsson is the team with the most trophies in the history of the league, but after a 7th place in the league this year they were an underdog in the final. “The Moneymakers” took the lead after an own goal early in the game, but ended up two goals under in the 2nd half. Betsson came back and scored, making it 4-3 for GIGsters United, and just a few minutes before the end Betsson missed a massive chance to equalize.

  • Not counting some complaints towards the referee, there were smiles and fair play all around. Once the referee had blown his whistle, the teams shook hands and cheerfully posed for photographs, which was a heartening sight to see. Fast Track Solutions was handed the Fair Play Award.

  • The biggest hurdle we’ve encountered this season has related to all the walk-overs when one team could not make it to the game or failed to show. In response to this issue, and as a means of strengthening the league, we’ll be introducing stricter rules on attendance when the games starts again in September. A particularly problematic example of this was when one of the teams did not show up for the bronze final. We’d like to think that a communication problem had them uninformed as to the correct time and date, as it is disappointing to other teams and us as organisers when a lack of commitment hold the league back. We are happy to listen to suggestions on how to improve this. In any case, the All-in Translations team and the team that did show up for the bronze final had a great time at the stands.

  • League Manager Nikola Mraovic and his team of referees did a very good job and have impressed us throughout the entire season. There were, as mentioned, some complaints concerning some referees, but actions have been taken and the feedback from most is that there has been a considerable improvement compared to previous years. Mr. Mraovic is positive to continue for another term, which is fantastic news for the league.

  • A priority for us was to enhance the social element of the league and that we thoroughly feel achieved this goal. We hosted three events, all promoted on Facebook, during the season: The Super Final in September, SiGMA Cup in November and the Final After-Party on Friday. These lively events facilitated a lot of friendly socializing and relaxed networking.

Special thanks to League 2 winners Betfair for keeping the party alive.

Smiles all around.

The jacuzzi might have been a bit more inviting had it not been for a cool temperature that night.

Pentasia boss Christopher Vella did a great job as the awards presenter.

GIGsters United goalkeeper Miki Laguardia got the award for most (missed) shots in the final ;)

The Pentasia crew enjoying some food and drinks.

Sales Executive Maciej and HR Manager Eolo from All-in Translations happy as can be.
Below are some pictures from the final.

Translating the Best Online Football Slot

With the Euro Cup in full swing these days, who wouldn’t boost their zest for football by trying a brand-new slot themed around… the Euro Cup? And we’re not talking about the average romp you’re getting with the classics out there — this is a whole different level of cool!
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The Euro Golden Cup slot is Genesis Gaming’s latest marvel, recently unveiled for the online gaming arena to make sure all football fans are keeping their zing alive. The supplier is a regular and valuable client of All In Translations and so we got the shot at translating this ultimate game into 16 languages. As usual, we did our job with the best of our ability, making sure that our translations are up to the highest standards and even hosted the demo of the game back at ICE in early February.
Euro Golden Cup is already available to play on Unibet and ComeOn and we’re betting our kids’ college funds that this slot will get super popular very quickly. What’s more is that the guys at slots-guide didn’t lose any precious time and put Euro Golden Cup to test just to convincingly conclude that this game deserves all the superlatives you can think of. In their own praising words, Euro Golden Cup is “THE perfect football slot.”

Needless to say, we’re very proud we took part in this project with such an important client ranked among world’s top suppliers of video slot content. With such wind in our sails, we’re ready to translate the next fabulous slot and keep our name on the lips of many gaming suppliers worldwide!

When Sports People Go BERSERK #2

Last week, we translated Jonas Björkman’s profane outburst against a Wimbledon referee in the first episode of All In Translations’ When Sports People Go Berserk.
In order to honor Saturday’s Euro playoff, the second episode stages a heads-up between the two most talked-about sportsmen in Denmark and Sweden. 
Oh, and once again, we should warn you about explicit language.
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Went BERSERK: Lord Niklas Bendtner
At a pizzeria in Copenhagen.
When his credit card was declined after a rough night out.

Subtitles are in Danish, and below is the English translation:
My card didn’t work? What are you telling me? (…) No, no. That I can understand. That’s why I gave you another card which works in absolutely all places.
The next part is not in the video, but various (unreliable) sources have quoted Bendtner adding something like:
Don’t you know who I am? I could buy the whole pizzeria if I wanted to.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s media appearances in the last decade were usually favorable for him, but after losing 2-3 against Bordeaux in March, the Swedish captain
the referee
claiming he was asleep during the game and lashing out against France in general, calling it a “shit country.”

Since most of the cursing occurs in English, we translated it for the French-speaking football fans:
Réveillez-vous! On joue pas en amateur là! Réveillez-vous!
J’ai jamais vu ça dans ma carrière de 15 ans!
Putain de trou du cul! Je joue au foot depuis 15 ans, et je n’ai jamais vu un tel arbitre dans ce pays de merde!
Ce pays ne mérite pas le PSG! Le PSG ne devrait même pas être dans ce pays! Nous sommes trop bons pour ce pays!
To all of our Swedish and Danish friends we would like to say best of luck on Saturday – may the best team qualify and meet Norway in France next summer.

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