Maltese based software developer Playson has partnered with Comtrade Gaming in a deal that will see its full slots portfolio made available to the premier technology supplier.
Included in the integration onto the independent software supplier’s Enterprise Gaming Platform, iCore, will be favorites such as the Norse-themed title, Vikings Fortune: Hold and Win, Rome: Caesar’s Glory, and Solar Queen, along with the recently-launched Funky Fruits series and its Timeless Fruit Slots portfolio.
Engagement tool access:
In addition to its expansive games suite, the Slovenian firm‘s operator network will have access to Playson’s broad range of engagement tools, including jackpots, extra spins, seamless play, and tournaments with daily prize drops, all of which have been “proven to drive player engagement rates.”
Commenting on the new content deal in an official press release, Sales Director for Playson, Blanka Homor, said…
“Comtrade Gaming has over 15 years’ experience in the gaming sector and we’re delighted to have signed this content deal with such a well-established supplier. Expansion is one of the key tenets at Playson and this deal will help us gain access to an even greater European audience.”
Growing EU presence:
Comtrade Gaming’s platform is licensed in the UK, Poland, Spain, Romania and Malta, and the new collaboration helps to further grow Playson’s footprint across Europe’s regulated markets.
Also commenting on the recent collaboration, Director of Interactive for Comtrade Gaming, Steven Valentine, remarked…
“Playson’s games such as Solar Queen and Fruit Xtreme have proved hugely popular with players, and it was a pleasure to sign this partnership with them. Its titles will make a fantastic addition to our Enterprise Gaming Platform – iCore, and we look forward to working with them on future projects.”
The latest collaboration is just one of a series of new partnership agreements for Playson, having recently inked a content distribution deal with online operator Twin Casino, and prior to that, joining forces with Bragg Gaming Group company, Oryx Gaming. Both of which further extend the firm’s global reach.