Gaming platform provider Gamingtec has partnered with Playtech as it progresses to offer among the widest choice of games in the industry.
The deal will see Playtech’s live casino and slots integrated into Gamingtec’s CORE platform, adding thousands of new slots to the games suite which already has 10,000 titles from some of the biggest names in the industry.
Anastasiia Dylevska, casino product manager at Gamingtec, said: “Playtech is an industry pioneer, a technological leader and one of the biggest names in online gaming, so we’re thrilled to partner up. But for us, it’s really about offering our clients’ choice because that makes their lives easier.
“Our mission is to provide the most flexible, bespoke gaming solutions available, and now clients can choose from a portfolio of games that is among the biggest in the industry.”
The deal also reinforces Gamingtec’s strategy on forming partnerships with ‘leading’ suppliers within the industry as well as ensuring that content remains up to date.
Liam Mulvaney, commercial director at Gamingtec, commented: “The deal with Playtech shows our commitment to partnering with industry leaders, while at the same time supporting and nurturing some of the most exciting new startups in the gaming space through enabling technology like the CORE platform. We’re thrilled to be working together and hope it’s the start of a long and fruitful relationship.”
The gaming platform provider has made its name offering igaming turnkey solutions including: casino, sports book, bonus systems and a payment gateway to some of the top payment providers in the industry.
“We are very happy that Gamingtec has chosen Playtech as its technology partner, highlighting the continued strength of our Casino and Live Casino games offering”, said James Frendo, Casino Director at Playtech.
“Playtech’s innovative and entertainment-led games portfolio is a powerful offering for potential partners, and this is a great example of our commitment to partnering with the right companies to bring great content to new and growing markets.”
Earlier this month, Gopher Investments suggested that it will offer a break fee of $10m to Playtech, as the gambling tech firm announced an adjournment to a general meeting, initially slated, for July 15, 2021, to allow its board and shareholders to further consider recent Finalto developments.