Classic video gaming developer Atari is looking to license its various gaming brands to online gaming companies for usage in social casinos, this according to Wired Magazine.
The announcement came from the company's CEO Fred Chesanis, who revealed that the licensing plans are a way for the company to generate revenue after coming out of bankruptcy last year. The former video game giant currently has two licensing deals in place with social betting developers, and plans to extend to other companies in the future.
The two firms already signed on include Pariplay, which will focus on real money casino games, while FlowPlay will build a play money platform dubbed "Atari Casino".
Once the largest video game company in the world, Atari has seen its doors almost close multiple times, filing for bankruptcy protection in 2013. The group now employs just ten people and is focusing on software rather than game consoles.
Some popular Atari games include: Space Invaders, Frogger, and Kaboom!