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Online lottery betting site Lottoland announced that they've secured a partnership with Playzido where they will be offering the developer's games on their brand.
The agreement will see Lottoland getting access to Endemol Sine titles, as Playzido is a fully-owned subsidiary of the betting group. Some of these titles include the 3 Lucky Pots and deal or No Deal line of games. The games are a combination of instant win and video slots, bringing mobile and desktop games to punters at Lottoland.
News of the agreement comes a few weeks after Lottoland prevailed in court, winning a decision that will allow them to continue offering their lottery service in Oz.
Speaking about the content deal Lottoland CEO Nigel Birrell shared: "We are really pleased to have partnered with Playzido. Our rapidly growing games portfolio is extremely popular with our players due to our ability to offer high jackpots. This partnership brings more choice to our customers."
Playzido's Stuart Banks added: "This is a ground-breaking launch for Playzido. Going live in Gibraltar has been an important strategic goal for Playzido and it's fantastic to be able to kick this off with an operator of Lottoland's pedigree. Lottoland are well-established as one of the industry's most eminent lottery brands, and we feel that our portfolio of outstanding original and branded content will make a valuable addition to their rapidly growing slots offering."
These games will be available in the near future in select markets for Lottoland customers.