Leading game developer Playson has just announced a content distribution agreement with iGaming operator Campeon Gaming Partners that will see its slots portfolio go live with the operator group’s top brands.

Under the terms of the new partnership, the operator’s casino sites, including Sons of Slots, Svenbet, Evobet, CampeonUK and Campeonbet, will gain access to Playson’s complete range of games.

We’re looking forward to supplying Campeón Gaming Partners with new and existing titles in the coming months.”

According to the Malta-based studio, its latest offerings such as the Timeless Fruit Slots series and Funky Fruits portfolio, along with player favorites, Solar Queen and Rome: Caesar’s Glory, both of which are top-performers, will be made available to the rapidly-growing player base of Campeón Gaming Partners.

International reach:

Due to its vast reach within multiple markets, the commercial agreement will see a significant increase in Playson‘s international reach and further show the appeal of its offering from players and operators across the globe.

In the firm’s official press release, Senior Account Manager for Playson, Christos Zoulianitis, said…

“We’re thrilled to have partnered with Campeón Gaming Partners in what is an exciting deal for Playson.

“With the company’s brands operating across the globe, this new venture will allow more players than ever before to enjoy our diverse range of games. We’re looking forward to supplying Campeón Gaming Partners with new and existing titles in the coming months.”

Strategic alliance:

CoFounder and Chief Financial Officer for Campeón Gaming Partners, Avraam Tosounidis, said…

“Securing this deal with Playson is an important step in our ambitions to expand our casino offering with fun and engaging games.

“Playson has a strong reputation for delivering quality content in multiple markets and it was a strategic decision for us to partner with them. We can’t wait to offer games, such as Rome: Caesar’s Glory and Solar Queen, to our loyal player base.”

Singular tie-up:

The latest deal is on the heels of a platform integration with international gaming and FinTech company, Singular, which operates in more than 10 regulated markets and boasts access to several tier-one operators.

Commenting on the recent collaboration, Chief Commercial Officer for Singular, Robert Dowling, said

“We are always looking to work with the industry’s best content developers, so we are delighted to bring Playson on board.

“The supplier is well positioned to meet the demands of our operator partners and their players, who will undoubtedly enjoy its immersive games.”

Much like Playson’s current deal, its immersive suite of titles will likewise be made available across the software developer‘s operator network.