GentingBet, the online casino brand of land-based gaming giant Genting, has announced an expansion of its igaming offering after aligning with Play’n Go.
The agreement sees the gaming content supplier provide its portfolio of titles to the organisations UK focused entity, with the option of a further roll our in Spain during the fourth quarter of the year.
Play’n Go stresses that the agreement means the firm can continue with its expansion into the UK market, as well as representing another landmark in what has been seen as an “extremely successful year”.
Johan Törnqvist, Play’n Go CEO, said of the latest agreement: “Genting is well-known for the high quality of entertainment it brings to its players around the world. Our library of award-winning content represents that quality, and we’re delighted for it to be a part of their offering. We are excited to be working with them and look forward to the future.”
Under the terms of the agreement GentingBet will now offer a selection of Play’n GO content, including titles such as Legacy of Egypt, Viking Runecraft and Sabaton, as well as a whole host of other popular games.
In a media release it is said that the agreement fits in line with GentingBet’s strategy of strengthening of their European presence, following the opening of the new interactive headquarters in Malta earlier this year.
Jeremy Taylor, managing director of GentingBet, believes the addition of Play’n GO to their portfolio will further their mission to offer the best slot content: “Play’n GO are key players within the casino industry, and partnering with them to offer their content brings us closer to our vision of providing the best range of slot games to our customers online and land-based with due course.
“They also join us at a very exciting time with our new mobile-first website covering sports and casino launching in August under the one GentingBet brand.”