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Swedish casino group Svenska Spel has announced that they've come to terms with International Game Technology and will offer the developer's games on its casino betting sites.
The deal is good for at least three years, and it will see IGT providing their PlayCasino platform for casino games as well as lottery and poker software. The companies have previously agreed to cashless technology for video terminals throughout Sweden.
Commenting on the deal IGT's Jonas Reuter said, "The introduction of our powerful PlayRGS remote game server and player-tested PlayCasino digital content, combined with IGT's extensive experience in the government-regulated digital gaming market, will help ensure the ongoing success of Svenska Spel Sport & Casino's digital program.
"As part of our commitment to promoting responsible gaming and sustainably growing our customers' business, IGT was also among the first supporting members to join the Swedish Gambling Association, SPER.
"We will continue to work with SPER and its founding member, Svenska Spel, to contribute to a sustainable gaming market in Sweden."