Playtech and Authentic Gaming in Content Deal

Online casino game developer Playtech has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Authentic Gaming and will distribute the company's live stream roulette games as a result.

The agreement will see Playtech partner casinos getting access to the live dealer roulette games. The games include titles that are webcast from land casinos throughout Europe, including: The Saint Vincent Resort Casino (Italy), Casino International Batumi at the Hilton Hotel (Georgia), and The Platinum Casino at the Radisson BLU Hotel in Bucharest (Romania). The agreement between the groups has the opportunity to expand, bringing more locations where the games can be broadcast from.

Playtech COO Shimon Akad spoke about the deal, noting: "We have watched the development of Authentic Roulette and other products and, after careful evaluation, we are delighted to have partnered with Authentic Gaming. Its range of tables, land-based casino partners and video stream quality is impressive. This will further increase the breadth and depth of our best-performing, next-generation offering which is the most advanced on the market today."

Authentic Gaming Jonas Delin also commented, saying: "Playtech is the world's largest supplier of online gaming software. Through this co-distribution agreement, our land-based live roulette streams will reach the phones, tablets and desktops of a huge number of players through Playtech's extensive portfolio of tier one online gaming operators. We see this partnership a further testament to our quality product and we look forward to a long and successful relationship."

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20 February 2018 - 3:47pm
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And that's how you concur new territories and attract new punters really. obviously from Playtech they believe live roulette had been missing so far in their offerings and it 's definitely look like a reasonable deal.