Malta-based provider, Playson, has inked a deal with another casino provider, Sportingtech. The brand will release an exciting set of games from Playson's superior offering with the games such as Legend of Cleopatra: Megaways and Solar King, Buffalo Power: Hold and Win and the latest addition to the highly popular Solar series. Sportingtech's multi-channel platform Pulse Gaming, licensed by MGA, offers operators access to casino titles and is further expanding with the addition of a diverse range of content. The Maltese supplier’s recent commercial deal ended with a very productive period for the game studio in Europe and around the globe, with a series of agreements and long-awaited slot releases.
From the Media:
Blanka Homor, Sales Director at Playson, said: “We’re delighted to sign with Sportingtech and have no doubt that our celebrated suite of titles will perform successfully across its operator network.Pulse, Sportingtech’s software gaming platform, is used by operators all over Europe, Latam and Africa, which will enable us to reach new customers and ensure more players receive access to our games.”
Duarte Henriques, Operations Manager at Sportingtech, added: “Playson continued to strengthen its reputation as a world class supplier of iGaming content throughout 2020, so it’s brilliant to have the developer on board.The games studio’s thrilling succession of recent releases, as well as the classic fan favourites found in its portfolio, make for a fantastic addition to our top-quality customer offering.
More on the Provider:
Playson is a popular casino provider and content aggregator, which started operating in 2012 with headquarters in Malta. The company delivers its games in various markets around the world such as Italy, the UK, Malta, Sweden and Spain. Its lobby of games has over sixty titles, where the majority are slots, however, it also producesroulette and other table games.Nowadays,it is very important that all the games are available on different devices and platforms and this brand guarantees that its games can be played on mobile and desktop devices too. Besides offices in Malta, they also have ones in Greece, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. In 2015, the company received a primary license from the UK Gambling Commission which allows the brand to work and operate legitimately in the market.
Source:“Playson enlarges European footprint with Sportingtech”. European Gaming. December 8, 2020.Author: Ivan Stefanovic