The casino software provider Playtech has confirmed that it has signed a content supply deal with slots developer Ainsworth this week.
As part of the new deal, Playtech will be able to offer online slots from Ainsworth via the developer’s GameConnect remote gaming server such as the Oriental-themed Dragon Lines slot and the illusionist-inspired Sheer Magic slot across its online, mobile and tablet platforms that are operating within regulated territories in the UK and Europe.
Playtech provides casino software for a number of online casinos including Paddy Power Casino, Genting Casino and Coral Casino where a number of its very own online slots titles such as soccer-themed Football Carnival and the recently released White King slot are available to play.
Chief Operating Officer of Playtech Shay Segev said “The Ainsworth game supply agreement is our first partnership with the world’s leading land-based content providers whose games will be distributed across all our channels.”
Segev added “This will give our existing and future online licensees access to proven, premium, localised land-based content, enriching both our and our licensees’ casino offerings as well as giving their players access to an even greater choice of quality titles.”
CEO for Ainsworth Danny Gladstone stated “Playtech is a renowned industry leader online and we very excited in partnering with them to expand our market leading land based slot content to new consumer audiences in the online industry.”
This is the latest deal signed by Ainsworth having previously reached partnership agreements with online gaming firms GameAccount Network and Bally Technologies.