Playson Games to be Offered by Pariplay

Casino game developer Playson has announced that they've signed a content deal with Pariplay, and will offer their games on the group's Fusion gaming platform.

The deal will see all of Playson's games being ported over to the Fusion platform, which is then offered to online casino operators. With the addition, the Fusion platform now has games from more than 15 major suppliers including Microgaming, Evolution, Net Ent, and Bally. Slots, table games, and video poker titles from Playson are being integrated into the platform, and will be available for play in the near future.

Commenting on the deal Playson Managing Director Adam Daniel said, "We at Playson have greatly enjoyed our collaboration with Pariplay. Their people, technologies, and professionalism are exemplary, which makes their industry-leading position so very easy to understand. We're looking forward to many more years of successful collaboration with Pariplay."

Pariplay General Manager Adrian Bailey added: "We're delighted to continue to diversify the games available in our FUSION content network through our partnership with Playson. Playson's slots, video poker, and table games complement our own titles and ensure that the selection of content available to operators integrated with FUSION has never been stronger. Our content network provides new and expanding iGaming brands with the ability to significantly strengthen their offering through one simple integration."

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15 July 2017 - 3:09am
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This sounds like a really nice deal and potentially very beneficial collaboration. So good luck to them.

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Obviously the Fusion platform will includes some of the leading developers out there so it would be definitely not just nice but a vital addition to their offerings I think.