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Internet casino game developer Play'n GO has announced that they've signed a content deal with Tipsport, which will allow it to enter the Czech gaming market.
The group's entire library of games are being ported over to the sportsbetting specialist and will comprise of both desktop and mobile devices. The groups actually went live with the deal late in 2017 but announced the agreement this week.
Speaking about the deal Play'n GO CEO Johan Tornqvist said, "We're pleased with the start we've made with Tipsport and the integration of our unique GAT platform. Its ability to handle the heavy load of data processing, as well as other tools key to commercial success, provides the foundation which all major operators can benefit from. Critical to the solution provided to Tipsport is GAT's ability to offer alternate wallet solutions to operators, reducing technical barriers and unlocking the full potential of their existing systems. This allows them to fully leverage their existing customer base as well as enter new markets."
"We hope to build on our successful partnership to date by deploying further gaming content in the coming months, backed up by GAT's proven stability and flexibility."
Tipsport Director of Online Casino Jakob Lorentzon also commented, noting: "Play'n GO's gaming solutions stood out in what was a very competitive selection process. Ultimately, their flexible GAT platform was the logical choice as it complements our existing back-office operations. We're delighted to be providing our player base with a suite of innovative, award-winning games which will add an extra dimension to our redeveloped website and new sportsbook offering."