Many browsers are steadily moving towards new technology trends which may result in players having to jump extra hurdles to access and play at GamePoint.
As many of you may know, GamePoint games run on Adobe Flash, and thus to play, you need to enable or give permission to your browsers to run Adobe Flash. However, Chrome's latest browser version (Chrome 69) for example, released during this first week of September, will now require you to re-give this permission every time you open the browser.
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When you play via Chrome 69, you'll see the below screen. Follow the instructions to Activate Flash and you'll be up and playing in no time.
1. Click on the big 'Activate Flash' button
2. You'll see a new box appear in the corner of your screen. Click on 'Allow'
3. Start playing! Or if you have any question, click on the 'Contact us' from that screen.
In order to avoid these hurdles though, GamePoint has been working to look for technology alternatives, such as HTML5 and WebGL and have been actively testing GamePoint Bingo, RoyalDice, CardParty and Klaverjassen with players. Thanks to everyone who has helped out so far and we'll announce when we have any other test opportunities coming up as well.