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In a report on the progress of its Alderney-licensed European online bingo network Parlay Game Services reported this week that 10 sites are currently up and running on the product, with a further 14 being implemented. The variety of brands ranges from established online gaming sites, such as Bingomania and AstroBingo, to retail and media companies in a number of different markets.
"PGS Europe represents the only network in the bingo and soft gaming sector to be truly multi-currency and multi-language, and we now have pooled liquidity with English, Swedish, Spanish and, soon, Finnish-speaking players," said Scott White, CEO of Parlay. "Built on the most advanced commercial-grade bingo platform, Parlay5, the PGS Europe network is now the fastest growing network in the industry.
"The recent expansion in our business model - from a software development and licensing firm to an internationally-focused, turn-key, managed solutions provider - is gaining marketplace acceptance," continued White. "Now companies have a viable option available to them for an international managed solution."
Perry Malone, Parlay's CTO said: "These customers - and the level of interest we are seeing from our existing customers and new prospects - validates the expansion of our business model into this value-added services offering."
Parlay's Alderney-based PGS offering became fully operational in the fourth quarter of 2009, offering remote gaming and RVB (registration, verification and banking) services. Built on the Parlay5 multi-language and multi-currency technology, PGS allows pooling of liquidity across currencies - something crucial to those operators who wish to expand into the rapidly growing global market.
Source: InfoPowa News