Pariplay, Paf ink distribution deal

Pariplay, Paf ink distribution deal

Pariplay, the online casino provider of Aspire Global, has entered into an agreement with gaming operator Paf, the company announced in a press release on Thursday.

Pariplay-Paf Agreement

Industry observers view the deal beneficial for Paf as the operator gains access to the more than 14,000 real money games featured on Pariplay’s Fusion game aggregation platform, including the newly released titles “Grand Loot” and “Power of the Gods.”

The portfolio covers the entirety of Pariplay’s proprietary slots and thousands more from studios across the industry. Moreover, Pariplay’s future slot titles will also be catered to PAF customers .

The Fusion games aggregation platform also offers a range of conversion, retention and tool mechanics. It has received licence from more than 16 regulated markets.

Statements on the deal

Kim Johansson, chief gaming officer at Paf, said:

“Giving consumers variety and choice is incredibly important when it comes to staying ahead of our competitors.”

“By offering them the great games that are delivered by the Fusion platform we are doing that – and we are looking forward to seeing the agreement bear fruit in the coming months.”

Christine Lewis, chief commercial officer at Pariplay, noted:

the new partnership was a particularly significant one given the status of the operator as leading in responsible gaming and its geographical reach.

“Paf is one of the leading names in European gaming and we are very excited to be working with them. Their huge customer base will benefit not only from the quantity of games available, but the sheer quality contained within the range.”

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