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Grand Casino Luzern in Switzerland has chosen Aland Island group Paf to power their online casino when it launches this summer.
The agreement will see Paf supplying their game library and back-end systems to the MyCasino.ch domain, which is fully licensed by the Swiss government. The casino is slated to launch later this summer and will allow punters within Switzerland to play the different games that Paf is offering. Paf has extensive online and land experience, as they've been in operation for decades.
Commenting on the agreement Grand Casino Luzern CEO Wolfgang Bliem said, "Paf will be a partner with strategic know-how and the right technology. They have been pioneers in online gaming and we believe that Paf can give us the experience and innovation needed to establish an online casino quickly in the Swiss market.
"Paf has a long history of stable ownership and they are also well known for their responsible gaming, which makes them an excellent partner for us," he added.
Paf CEO Christer Fahlstedt added: "This is an excellent opportunity for Paf to bring its know-how and competence in player protection to the Swiss market in the long term.
"We are very pleased that Grand Casino Luzern has chosen us as a partner. There is a strong mutual understanding behind the partnership and I am convinced that together we will succeed in Switzerland - where only four online gaming licences have been distributed to date."
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