Gaming Arts, part of Bally’s Corporation has reached an exclusive five-year content agreement that gives Gamesys full access to all of its games to be used in real-money online gaming.
Gaming Arts, located in Las Vegas is an electronic gaming company that specializes in bingo, keno, and other emerging technologies.
Gaming Arts and Gamesys will work together to convert, publish and distribute titles taken from Gaming Arts’ collection of slots games for all real-money online gaming markets in which Gamesys is present. Gaming Arts will also be able to create new Gamesys games through the partnership.
Gaming Arts CEO Mike Dreitzer commented, “This is truly a landmark moment for Gaming Arts. Gamesys/Bally is our partner in online gaming. This was our first venture into the online world. Gamesys/Bally has a reputation for being a top-quality provider of online gaming games.
“The exclusive partnership they have with Gaming Arts and their commitment to include our games in their global portfolio is a great opportunity for Gaming Arts to reach a new market.”
Nick Wright (Bally Corporation SVP Business Development Interactive) said that “Bally is pleased to partner and access their well-respected game selections for online gaming. We look forward expanding our relationships with Gaming Arts via multiple channels.
Gaming Arts sees this partnership as the beginning of its Gamesys relationship. It plans to continue to develop an omnichannel strategy that will allow it to offer more online casino options as well as land-based casinos.
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