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Online betting platform group Pariplay has announced that they're going to begin offering poker games to casino clients thanks to a distribution agreement that it signed with EvenBet Gaming.
The deal will see more than thirty different varieties of poker being added to the Pariplay Fusion platform, including Open Face Chinese Poker, Texas Hold'em Omaha, Stud, and a variety of fast-paced and variant titles. Full backend player support and other tech management tools are included in the deal.
EvenBet is an online poker specialist, and is currently active in 38 countries, making it one of the largest poker software aggregates in the world. Pariplay is likewise one of the largest internet betting software aggregates, providing slots, table games, video poker, sportsbetting, and, now poker, in addition to other titles. In all, it works with over 80 game suppliers and has more than 12,000 games in its platform.
Regarding the deal Pariplay Director of Partnerships Callum Harris said, "Partnering with EvenBet has allowed us to reach a major milestone for the first time as we bring poker to the Fusion™ platform for the first time.
"We always aim to bring cutting-edge solutions to our offering, regardless of the genre or vertical, and adding a market-leading poker solution is a real landmark moment for us.
EvenBet Gaming CEO Dmitry Starostenkov added: "Pariplay's Fusion aggregation platform encompasses some of the largest suppliers in the industry and has an incredible reach across major brands.
"We're very pleased to be their first poker provider on the platform, and look forward to bringing a new range of products to live with Pariplay's partners."