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The latest gambling industry deals

TAGs: Alderney Gambling Control Commission, BetSoft Gaming, Everymatrix, GameAccount network, monmouth park, panda media, Rank Interactive, Scientific Games, scientific games corporation, Sciplay, Sportech

gambling-industry-dealsSportech Racing LLC, the subsidiary of pool and tote betting supplier Sportech, has expanded on its 13-year relationship with New Jersey’s Monmouth Park Racetrack. Darby Development LLC, which operates the Monmouth track, will avail itself of Sportech’s pari-mutuel wagering technology as well as its On-Track Wagering service to allow Monmouth punters to wager from the stands using their smartphone or tablet device. Sportech will also provide pari-mutuel services to Darby’s Favorites at the Woodbridge off-track wagering facility.

OddsMatrix, the sports betting software of UK-based white label online gambling platform provider EveryMatrix Ltd. has been awarded a Foreign Gambling Associate Certificate by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. OddsMatrix will now be a viable option for all Alderney Category One licensees, and EveryMatrix says two such firms are preparing to launch the product over the “coming weeks.”

Online slots developer BetSoft Gaming has inked a deal to provide its three-dimensional game content to EmuCasino.com and Videoslots.com, two sites operated by Malta outfit Panda Media. BetSoft sales director Roger Admeus said the sites’ customers should be enjoying their new gaming options, including the ToGo mobile slots line, “within the next two weeks.”

Fresh off inking a free-play online casino deal with Foxwoods Resorts Casino, UK software outfit GameAccount Network has agreed to provide its Roaming Reels and Dragon Lines slots to Rank Interactive site MeccaBingo.com. A similar deal with GrosvenorCasino.com is in the works and further releases will be provided to both sites over the next few months. The slots titles are the product of a distribution partnership GameAccount inked last year with fellow developer Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd.

New York-based lottery tech provider Scientific Games Corporation (SGMS) has inked a deal that will see its online SciPlay platform enjoy exclusive rights (in select jurisdictions) to online content and services from game developers Instant Win Gaming Ltd. and Nektan Ltd. SGMS’ chief software architect Jerry Bowskill said the Sciplay.Studio suite of integrating services allows lotteries to securely deploy third-party online games along with gameplay analysis and supports game development in both Flash and HTML5.

UK digital media specialists Perform Group have inked a two-year deal with media rights agency MP & Silva that will add an additional 2,000 events per year to Perform’s Watch&Bet streaming service. The additional content includes Italy’s Serie A, England’s Championship, League One, League Two and Capital One Cup, plus France’s Ligue 1, Ligue 2 and Coupe de la Ligue, Brazilian Serie A and Campeonato Paulista, Major League Soccer, the Turkish Cup, the ATP’s World Tour 250 series, Italian basketball, German handball and more.

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