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Online casino software group Playtech has announced that they've signed an agreement with Norsk Tipping to provide online casino and video lottery terminal products moving forward.
The deal will see Norsk Tipping's casino getting access to Playtech titles as well as games from other developers like Quickspin, Ash, Origins, and others. The company will also provide VLT games to the land-based machines throughout Norway. The move comes as Norsk Tipping temporarily reduced the amount that players can lose with slot machines and casino games, with punters maxed out at NOK7,500 per month through January.
Commenting on the deal Norsk Tipping's Hans Erland Ringsvold said, "We are confident that Playtech's proven VLT and online casino expertise in a wide range of regulated markets will continue to provide great value for Norsk Tipping and support us in the delivery of our overall content strategy."
Playtech's Shimon Akad also commented, noting: "We are excited to continue supplying our strong roadmap of content to Norsk Tipping as part of developing a market-leading, modern and responsible online and retail game offering to their players.
"These new agreements are also a testament to our strength in games content for online casino and VLT retail markets, including the highly regulated and responsible-gaming oriented markets of Norway and the Nordic region."