The deal is the third for Las Vegas Diamond Casino, which launched in February out of Hungary. The games will be playable through desktop and mobile platforms, and will include big-name games such as Cloud Quest, Eye of the Kraken, and more.
Commenting on the deal Las Vegas Casino Group Executive Director Samuel Falconello Jr said, "We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Play'n GO, the winner of the prestigious International Gaming Awards in the category of Mobile Product of the Year. We are confident that with their long- standing expertise of the online gaming market, Play'n GO will be an important strategic partner for us to develop and operate the first-ever licensed online casino in Hungary."
Play'n GO CEO Johan Tornqvist also commented, adding: "We are delighted to help Las Vegas Casino develop their online offering by providing our industry leading solutions and premium content. Land-based licence holders in Hungary are at the beginning of their online gaming journey and we are excited to bring our full suite of games to their customers. I'm certain that this is just the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership."