Virgin Games CEO Simon Burridge was in a bullish frame of mind this week, predicting double digit growth for the company's online gambling interests in 2010, a hundred new games this year alone and a new platform two and a half years in the making - presumably in collaboration with cross-platform specialists Gaming Technology Solutions Ltd, which was acquired by Playtech Casinos plc late last year.
Burridge said: "We now have a bespoke built platform capable of bringing on the best games from a multitude of providers, making us one of the most diverse online gaming companies in the UK market," and advised that the group's player base has been migrated to the new bingo, casino and poker platform.
The platform is backed by round-the-clock UK-based Support and an affiliate software system developed in-house with revenue share and CPA affiliate campaigns available to affiliate marketers.
Burridge claims that since September last (2009) year, the company's revenues have grown 20 percent in a difficult market, with over GBP 450 million wagered through its operations.
As reported in previous InfoPowa bulletins, Virgin signed a partnership agreement with online gambling software giant Playtech plc recently which makes the newly acquired GTS company's EdGE flexible platform engine available, together with an additional range of games from the Playtech and GTS inventories.