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Internet casino platform Groove Gaming announced this week that they're entering a content supply deal with ProgressPlay and will offer their games to the latter's white label offering.
The deal will see Groove Gaming's selection of slots, table games, video poker machines, and more being ported over to ProgressPlay's product lineup, wherein white label casino skins can add them to their libraries. There are more than 1,500 games on the Groove Gaming platform. Groove works with top-end developers such as Habanero, Booming Games, Iron Dog Studio, Playson, and more to distribute games on desktop and mobile platforms. The company is based out of Malta, and holds a license through that jurisdiction.
Commenting on the deal Groove Gaming Head of Sales Rebecca Sotomora said, "ProgressPlay is of the world's leading B2B mobile and gaming operators, so we're delighted to be able to add to a market-beating amount of PC and mobile games, which players can enjoy in both real money and free demo modes. We are looking forward to a long, successful, and profitable relationship."
ProgressPlay's CEO Itai Loewenstein added: "ProgressPlay is proud to offer one of the most competitive PC and mobile casino games packages in the industry, ranging from classic table games to live dealers and slots, so adding Groove Gaming's suite of content will further reinforce the strength of our offering. We're very excited about ramping up our marketing around this Groove Gaming content."
No timeframe for the integration of the games was available as of press time.