Live dealer specialist, Vivo Gaming’s, catalog has gone live with Lisbon-based online gaming company, WeAreCasino.

Under the terms of the content agreement, the San Jose-headquartered specialist’s 2019 Live Dealer experience, which features a new Bulgaria-located main studio, will now comprise the WeAreCasino portfolio of premium products.

Tom Horn Gaming Video Slots will make a big impact in our customers revenue

According to a press release, VP Account Manager for the Costa Rica-based Vivo Gaming, Alfredo Malespin, said…

“I’m very excited to have WeAreCasino in our partner family, they’re known by its innovation in the slots industry with their TheSlotBuilder® and their agile platform to integrate clients, we think is a perfect fit to expand our operation.”

Tom Horn inclusion:

Also included in the deal will be the Tom Horn Gaming Portfolio and the Malta-based gaming content supplier’s latest release, Sherlock. A Scandal in Bohemia, which was launched in late March, and the new Inca’s Treasure.

Also commenting on the new agreement, Sales Director for the Portugal-based online operator, Marko Jelen, added…

“We think the HTML5 live dealer games operation from Vivo Gaming and the Tom Horn Gaming Video Slots will make a big impact in our customers revenue, their latest features in live dealer like the Multi-Camera games and the dedicated Native Dealers will enhance the players experience.”

Parimatch deal:

In a move that will further expand its market reach and addition to its new video slots launch, Tom Horn Gaming recently signed a content deal with leading international betting holding company, Parimatch. Under the terms of the deal, the Cyprus-headquartered firm will integrate Horn’s complete suite of popular titles, including top-performing games such as 243 Crystal Fruits, Book of Spells, fiery adventures Hot Blizzard and Fire’n’Hot and more recent releases like Frozen Queen, which was launched in December.

Gamefish Global tie-up:

Meanwhile, WeAreCasino partnered with Australia-headquartered game development studio & content distributor, Gamefish Global, in a deal that saw content from the New South Wales-based provider’s trio of in-house studios and chosen partner studios integrated with the platform. The mutually-beneficial agreement, in turn, saw the Sliema-headquartered online casino gaming provider’s extensive portfolio of games from a broad range of partner studios compliment Gamefish’s boutique offering.

SoftGamings & Vivo:

Vivo has been relatively quiet since its November 2018 distribution agreement with Latvian casino platform developer and game systems aggregator, SoftGamings, which saw the integration of a selection of Live Dealer games, such as Live Roulette, Baccarat, Blackjack and Live Dedicated Tables, onto its iGaming platform.