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Fortuna Takes on Playtech Games

Internet casino group Fortuna Entertainment Group N.V. has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Playtech, and will begin implementing the developer's games into their library as a result.

The deal will see hit games like King Kong, Foxy Fortunes, Gladiator, and dozens of other games hitting the library. The games will go alongside the site's sportbook and other games. Playtech's games offer customers progressive jackpots, licensed and unique betting properties, and support for both desktop and mobile devices.

Fortuna CEO Per Widerström commented on the deal, noting: "Fortuna's ambition is to become the leading regulated multi-channel and product operator in the CEE region. The Playtech platform, being customised for Fortuna's needs, will enable us to offer a market leading scalable multi-channel, product and jurisdiction offering. Partnering with Playtech, will also help us when it comes to further potential territorial and product expansion."

Playtech CEO Mor Weizer also commented on the deal, noting: "Having so successfully launched the Fortuna brand in Romania, Playtech is delighted to partner with the Fortuna Entertainment Group with respect to the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia as well as future potential new regulated markets."

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2 September 2016 - 9:54pm

No doubtfully Playtech library would be great addition to every casino site and in this case group of sites. The variety of games which Playtech offers is really huge so there will be a games for every punters taste I guess.

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