Gaming platform provider FSB has unveiled a new agreement, which is to see a roll-out of content from omni-channel gaming content supplier Play’n Go.
Adding further muscle to the FSB casino platform, it comes as the firm strives to continue to expand its geographical footprint into both domestic and emerging markets.
Stuart Trigwell, UK sales manager at Play’n Go, said of the new deal: “We’re delighted to partner with FSB, who are making waves in an increasingly competitive space. We are excited to see our creative content delivered via such a versatile platform, and we can’t wait to see how our games perform across their global market span .
“With our combined experience and expertise, we’re sure this partnership will prove a success with players enjoying our wide variety of slots and tailored content.”
As a result of the new partnership, which sees FSB arm itself with a further portfolio of content, it sees the slot supplier provide a range of in excess of 100 titles, includes games such as Sea Hunter and Reactoonz, alongside recent releases like video-slot Raging Rex.
David McDowell, CEO at FSB, commented: “We have been working in a targeted fashion to forge fresh casino alliances of late, aiming to deliver a best-in-class casino solution with the most engaging products from the industry’s top suppliers to sit alongside of our award-winning sports betting services.
“Like us, after taking home the SBC Awards wins last December, Play’n GO have hit the ground running in 2019 – and together we present a compelling platform and content solution for operators. It’s a real statement to have their visually stunning games on board.”
This marks a further content-based agreement for FSB after the company launched a digital upgrade for UK independent bookmaker Mark Jarvis Racing, after rolling out mjsports.bet.
The organisation has deployed its turnkey casino and sports betting solutions alongside marketing support and compliance services for Mark Jarvis, which operates shops across the Midlands and South Yorkshire.