Bede Gaming in Partnership with Playson

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Game software designer Bede Gaming announced that they've signed a deal with Playson and will bring the group's games to its PLAY platform as a result.

The agreement will see Playson's 40 or so slot titles being available to those that offer the PLAY platform to their clients. The games will be ported in HTML5 format and will include Viking Gods: Thor & Loki, Clover Tales, and more.

Speaking about the deal Bede Gaming CEO Michael Brady said, "Playson games are known for their high-quality graphics and superb game play, they will be a fantastic addition to PLAY. Our aim with PLAY is to be the leading content aggregator with a broad range of titles, across all verticals that do not sacrifice on quality."

"Playson games are strong performers and we look forward to seeing them available to our clients."

Playson Managing Director Adam Daniel also commented, noting: "Playson is committed to producing high quality games worldwide, and this agreement with Bede will see our games reach new audiences. By adding our content to Bede PLAY, Playson games will reach a wide range of respected and innovative operators without the need for individual integrations."

"We look forward to continuing to build a long and mutually beneficial partnership with Bede."

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2 February 2018 - 12:22pm

I think Playson have some decent titles to offer so from Bede should be satisfied adding so much of developers game to their platform, it might be a cliché but it looks like a positive deal for both brands really.