Swedish online casino games developer Play’n Go has signed a deal to provide its HTML5-enabled content as an exclusive solution to the MLT One system from Czech systems innovator Multiloteri.

Play’n Go explained that the MLT One innovation allows players to enjoy games in licensed venues via a tablet computer remotely linked to a base terminal with the system now set to feature its content including video slots such as Energoonz, Aztec Idols, and Ninja Fruits as well as blackjack and poker titles.

“We are pleased to exclusively provide our award-winning gaming content to such an innovative product as MLT One,” read a statement from Johan Tornqvist, Chief Executive Officer for Vaxjo-based Play’n Go. “The technology will enable us to channel our slots to customers in a completely new way and we believe the advantages of allowing players to choose where they want to play their games in these venues will greatly improve the user experience.”

Play’n Go declared that the MLT One innovation allows “for a more personal gaming experience” because its gives players the flexibility to decide how and where to enjoy titles using a tablet computer. It stated that the system moreover allows for “fully self-serviced and assisted operations” via a combination of cash and electronic deposits.

“This partnership with such a reputable slots provider in Play’n Go completes the innovative gaming experience of MLT One and I am sure we will achieve remarkable success as we initially focus on the Eastern European market before embarking on a global rollout,” read a statement from David Cechmanek, Chief Executive Officer for Ostrava-based Multiloteri. “Our aim is to provide an elegant and more discrete solution to the land-based sector and I believe it will shape the future of land-based gaming with its innovative design, ease of management and high-level security.”