DEALS: Betclic/Cryptologic; Kambi/Tonybet; Topjack/Orient Play; InstaDeal


deals-cryptologic-betclic-kambi-tonybetOnline gambling software developer Cryptologic has inked a multi-year pact with Everest Gaming subsidiary Betclic Everest that will see the launch of at least eight new slots titles in 2012. The two companies have had a relationship since 2009. Cryptologic, which was acquired last year by Amaya Gaming, negotiated a similar re-up last week with Ladbrokes.

Fresh off making deals in the newly regulated Spanish market, Unibet B2B subsidiary Kambi Sports Solutions has announced it will provide its Supertoto and Superscore pool betting products to Baltic sportsbook TonyBet, the Estonia State Gaming Control Commission-licensed operator owned by none other than poker player Tony G. Other companies already making use of Kambi’s pool betting products include Paf, Expekt, Nordicbet, Interwetten and AsianLogic.

Topjack Games has agreed to provide its instant win lottery and mega jackpot casino games to casino/developer/affiliate Orient Play. It’s the second white-label deal for Topjack, which inked Esequire Ltd. just a week after Topjack made its official debut earlier this month. Topjack founder Nick Lynes called the back-to-back deals “a dream launch for us. It seems there is high demand for liquidity-free, insured mega jackpot games.”

GTECH subsidiary GTECH Printing Corporation (GPC) has signed a two-year deal with Portuguese lottery operator Santa Case da Misericórdia de Lisboa (SCML). The deal calls for GPC to provide instant-ticket printing needs for SCML, in addition to GPC’s Secure Shield™ secure validation algorithm for use with hidden barcodes. GPC’s parent outfit has supplied SCML with online lottery products and services since 2001.

The Alderney-licensed InstaDeal Poker Network has added two fast-folding partners in Maltese-licensed white-label gaming solutions provider Plus-Five and new Irish-based/Costa Rica-licensed operator iPocketPoker.