Sergei Tokarev’s and Rustam Gilvanov – Teaser trailer

Sergei Tokarev's and Rustam Gilvanov - Teaser trailer

Despite of the pressure on producers of the project – Rustam Gilfanov and Sergei Tokarev, the owners of Lucky Labs – the film will be ready on time.

The movie release is scheduled for August 7, 2018, the anniversary of the battle of Ilovaysk, where more than 350 soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were killed.

A feature of the ‘Opolchentsy’ is that the film is amateur, mainly shot with usual smartphones by separatists. The film producers insist that the dramatic story is not censored. Neither actors nor professional crew were involved into the process of movie creation.

By the way a press conference devoted to ‘Opolchentsy’ was supposed to take place in the press center of the Donetsk news agency on March 27 this year. But because of the pressure on producers of the project – Rustam Gilfanov and Sergei Tokarev, the owners of Lucky Labs – they canceled the event last moment. Russians Gilfanov and Tokarev are on the sanctions list of Ukraine and obviously were afraid promote the film. At the same time, they call the movie to be an alternative view of the situation in eastern Ukraine. Anyway it evokes a keen interest on both sides of the conflict: the teaser is rapidly gaining views.

Both Sergei Tokarev and Rustam Gilfanov are Russian citizens and together founded a Moscow-based company Globo-Tech in 2001. Under the eyes of law the company specialized in information technology services, but in reality it had stolen hundreds of most popular casino games including Starburst, Hulk, Gonzo’s Quest, Book of Ra, Lucky Charm, Dolphins Pearl and Ironman from renowned manufacturers like NetEnt, Novomatic and Playtech.
The company flourished in 2007 and continued with growth pace thereafter even though the Russian legislation prohibited gaming then.
The two later changed name of their company and it appeared online under GGS Net. Ltd., which performed management functions of it and the program websites were put under GGS Affiliates. It was golden opportunity for them as internet gaming picked up speed following out performance of offline gaming.
It is here important to understand the ban on gaming in Russia was not intended to punish the production of game content, but it in fact covered all necessary operation activities of gaming in the jurisdiction.
Sergei Tokarev's and Rustam Gilvanov - Teaser trailer
Business of the due had another name. It was called as Lucky Partners that added some new products to the gaming range like 24 volcano and PokerDom. All these were used illegally.
Looking for a more appropriate location for their business to shift from Moscow, the two moved to Kiev, where even though gaming was banned but punishment was not comparatively strict. Here the company Lucky Labs was founded.
Affiliate program of Lucky Labs included Vulkan Deluxe, Vulkan Casino (aka Velkam), Super Slots, Va Bank, Volcano Club and Volcano24

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