What a title, right? Anyone who knows anything about either Playtech or PokerStars knows that they already are teamed up. However, what you maybe don’t know is that the two of them have extended the deal and entered into a content partnership with each other. Omni-channel supplier of online gambling software and online poker brand – what a match!
What is this deal actually about?
If you didn’t know all that this team entails, I am going to give you the brief details about it. Keep reading on and you will find out all you need to know.
Playtech has secured a role of the online poker room supplier in the online casino section with some of their most popular titles from their vast portfolio of gaming titles. Popular titles include Frankie Dettori slot, White King slot, and Great Blue slot as well as some of its leading progressive jackpot slots. Games have already been launched and now they are available across both desktop casino and mobile casino.
Gaming content will be rolled out in several phases. Some of the top-performing slots that are lined up to be available for all PokerStars players include Top Gun slot, Gladiator slot and the forthcoming DC series.
Already great partnership is going to be even greater, follow it through, don’t miss a thing!
Next phase will include launching the massive Age of the Gods series. Massive? Yes, massive. If you missed it, Playtech unveiled 3 titles in a series of seven explosive Age of the Gods that will be rolled out across PokerStars brands. These games have been among the most successful Playtech launches with the titles that immediately entered top 10 across major licenses on the Playtech casino network.
Playtech recently announced that it would enhance its gaming development division through the acquisition of Swedish gaming studio Quickspin. The company would pay the total amount of €50 million as part of its strategy to expand its presence and capabilities over multiple areas within the online gambling industry.
What about PokerStars?
Okay, that’s what Playtech gained, but what about PokerStars? Why would they enter this deal? Well, the answer is simple. Amaya’s PokerStars operates in a number of countries around the globe. And now, they are going live, with who other than Playtech. This brand will introduce the games to a wider gambling audience.
Given all the facts above, it is expected that this deal will prove itself to be a very useful thing to both sides. Both Playtech and PokerStars.
PokerStars Director of Casino Sam Hobcraft said that they are really excited to be partnering with Playtech and to make their gaming content available to PokerStars’ gambling customers. Furthermore, he noted that through the addition of Playtech’s suite of Jackpot games, PokerStars is filling one of the last gaps amazing offer.
Shimon Akad, COO, Playtech, said: "We’re delighted to have extended our existing relationship with PokerStars, one of the most established and well-known brands in the industry, and providing them with the industry’s best-performing content."
All that is left for now, until this starts to roll out, is keep a watchful eye on both Playtech and PokerStars. I am sure there are many surprises lay ahead.