Swedish outfit Play’n GO has added the impressive hand of Bet365 to its collection of shakes. It was the turn of the year that Play’n GO shook hands on deals to supply their state of the art gaming solutions to both Unibet and Betsson, and the addition of Bet365 shows that Play’n GO are a serious playa when it comes to the creation of innovative games.
The initial deal sees four popular Play’n GO casino games making an immediate appearance on the Bet365’s mobile platform. Enchanted Meadows, Fortune Teller, Jewel Box and Myth are currently available in the Bet365 mobile library. The press release stated that there was also plans to move these games onto the Bet365 website in the near future. Bet365 will continue to add the very best games that Play’n GO has to offer on a needs must basis.
Steve Ibberson, Managing Director, Games at Bet365 stated: “Play’n GO’s wide range of high-quality titles form a cornerstone of games at Bet365’s mobile strategy. We believe that their innovative html5 products will play an important part in making Bet365 this year’s leading mobile gaming operator and we look forward to launching more games in the near future.”
“We are delighted to partner with Bet365 to provide their players with our complete portfolio of high quality casino games. It’s exciting times ahead and we look forward to a long-term cooperation.” Says Johan Tornqvist, CEO, Play’n GO.
The gaming specialist also took the opportunity to announce the launch of an exclusive slot machine title for their partners Unibet. ‘Leprechaun goes Egypt’ is now available in Flash for web and HTML5 for mobile devices.
“Leprechaun Goes Egypt is a perfect example of what our team of talented game developers can create when combining their skills with the unique insight and knowledge of a customer.” Said Robert Skogh, Business Development Director, Play’n GO.
Head of gaming at Unibet, Daniel Eskola, said: “We feel we know what our players want from a casino game and have worked hard to provide our players with a fun slot that offers great bonus features and payouts.”