Playtech in a new deal with Ainsworth; Land-Based Provider
The range of games that can be accessed by the users will develop at a higher rate. This comes after two firms, the Playtech and leading physical supplier of games in Australia; Ainsworth Game Technology put pen on paper on a deal that will see all products of the Ainsworth made available to each gaming site via mobile as well as online canals.
Playtech in partnership with Land-based provider
This deal will go to the historical books in that this is the very first time that Playtech one of the leading supplier of digital gaming products has struck a deal with a well known land-based contractor.
The accomplishment is scheduled to take place along Playtech podiums and will be responsible for supplying Ainsworth with fashionable titles and will be dispersed by the Ainsworth GameConnect gaming servers. Players will have not worry on where to play these games since the games are to make them available to PCs, tablets as well as mobile phones in most of the European based markets with UK taking the initial process.
Ainsworth up for Audience in the digital world
Danny Gladstone the chief executive of Ainsworth was delighted with this deal and argued that Playtech will play a big role in ensuring the new online servers have acquired and felt the taste of the new games of the firm.
Shay Segev the chief operating officer at Playtech claimed that the new deal will act as a way to give out their approved and premium licenses to land based casinos. It will also make the development of Playtech offerings more likable. Ainsworth had also made deals with Bally Technologies and GameAccount Network.
Playtech still expects better results despite Malaysian Snag
Playtech is still confident that its services will be heard at a greater extent globally in spite of a slight backfire in Malaysia. In this nation the firm recorded a decrease in its shares by 9.64% between Monday and Tuesday. This made the Malaysian parliamentarians to have a motion and discuss and express the doubt if to abolish or retain online betting.
According to David Rydell a spokesman of Playtech, the drop in Malaysia had a little significance to the €195 million year’s profit accrued by the firm.