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Betting software group International Game Technology has announced that they've been granted a new contract from Norsk Tipping, which will allow the company to continue offering their products in the country.
The contract will take effect in February 2021 and will be good for three years, with a fourth-year possible if Norsk Tipping chooses it. IGT will keep offering their content, PlayRGS platform and IGT Connect service under the terms of the deal.
The deal will also see IGT's third-party partners getting access to the market through the platform in the country. This will provide Norsk Tipping with a large array of games to provide their clientele with.
Commenting on the extension Norsk Tipping Head of Gaming Operations Hans Erland Ringsvold said, "IGT PlayDigital's solutions enable Norsk Tipping to provide its players with highly engaging online content, including IGT's top-performing PlayCasino games.
"When we first entered into the online casino market in 2014, IGT was our sole digital supplier, and since then has been fundamental to our program's success."
IGT's Enrico Drago added: "Adding IGT's and its sub-suppliers' growing stable of popular titles for Norsk Tipping furthers our goal of delivering unrivalled gaming experiences that engage players."