Pariplay Signs Content Agreement With Amanet

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Internet betting software developer Pariplay has announced that they've signed a content deal with Amanet, a subsidiary of Amatic Industries.

The agreement will see Amanet's full library of games being offered through the Pariplay FUSION network. More than 100 video slots and table games will be included in the deal, all of which can be played on desktop and mobile devices. Amanet is a subsidiary of Amatic, which is based out of Austria and develops games for both online and land casinos in regulated markets. Pariplay's FUSION platform has titles from thirteen different developers, including big names like Microgaming, Net Ent, iSoftBet, Scientific Games, and more.

Commenting on the agreement Pariplay General Manager Adrian Bailey said, "We're excited to continue to diversify the games available through our FUSION content network.The popularity and brand-recognition of AMATIC/AMANET's casino content throughout Europe in general will support our clients' growthin these all-important established gaming markets as well as emerging global jurisdictions."

Amatic Online Manager Tatjana Bauer-Engstberger also commented, noting: "Partnering with Pariplay marks an important step in our ambition to expand in other regulated markets. We're excited that our AMANET online games are now available to Pariplay's gaming clients and look forward to contributing to the industry's growth with our innovative, land based-proven games."

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9 March 2018 - 1:52pm

That's huge number of games to be added to the Pariplay platform and I believe it would bring a quality too because I kind of like the Amatic games.