The Game Play Network and High 5 Games have reached strategic deal

The Game Play Network and High 5 Games have reached strategic deal

GPN (“Game Play Network”) announced that it has entered into a license agreement with High 5 Games, one of the world’s leading slot manufacturers and creators of some of the most popular titles for the land-based, mobile, and online markets. 

The agreement will allow High 5 Games to integrate casino-style games across GPN’s B2B network into GPN’s B2C website and mobile app, b spot. 

As GPN increases its distribution reach throughout the United States, the partnership between the two firms will give gamers a broader range of popular slot titles and other casino-style games than previously available.

Agreement With High 5 Games For New Casino-Style Games

There are around 450 titles in the High 5 Games’ portfolio, which is largely focused on developing slot content for both land-based and online operators. Since its inception in 1995, it has formed partnerships with companies such as Caesars Entertainment, Pariplay, Scientific Games, and International Game Technology, among others. According to the terms of the new deal, High 5 Games’ content portfolio will now be made available as part of Game Play Network’s B2B and B2C services, including its customer-facing website and app, which will be branded as B Spot, as well as its B2C services.

Corporate Notes 

David Marshall, CEO of Game Play Network, expressed his delight at the prospect of collaborating with High 5 Games to push the company’s game repertoire to the next level of development. As one of the industry’s leading game producers, it has its finger on the pulse of what gamers want and a diverse portfolio of blockbuster titles that will appeal to both our B Spot players and their B2B clients. In order to help operators wishing to launch or grow their online gaming footprint, Game Play Network, which has been licensed to supply its iGaming platform in 22 US states, provides its Patented Reveal Technology solution. Prizeout, Range Media Partners and the World Poker Tour are just a few of the companies with which the company has lately worked.

High 5 Games CEO, Tony Singer, stated that Game Play Network provides a unique and original product, and the firm is thrilled to be one of the first large slot manufacturers to enter into an arrangement with the organization. Because of this integration, their slots will be seen by an even greater number of people in previously unexplored markets. In all seriousness, it’s the ideal fit.

About Game Play Network

Game Play Network, Inc. is an iGaming company based in Los Angeles with a patented software and technology platform that enables the disclosure of real money wagers on live horse races in connection with casino-style games (e.g., slots). GPN is also a licensed advance deposit wagering organization permitted by the Federal Interstate Horseracing Act and applicable state regulations to handle internet wagering on horse races. GPN conducts business with consumers through bspot.com and also enables third-party companies to provide real money mobile casino games in jurisdictions where other types of iGaming are prohibited. The company is currently operating in 22 states and has the capacity to expand to up to 40.

About High 5 Games

High 5 Games, founded in 1995, is laser-focused on creating memorable casino content for the land-based, mobile, online, and social industries. With over 500 casino games, its own full casino platform, and a long history of entertaining players worldwide, the casino technology company is well-known in the B2C and B2B social and online gaming industries. High 5 Games is licensed and certified in numerous jurisdictions worldwide. To learn more about High 5 Games, please visit their website at www.high5games.com.

 

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Lou Ramon Aguila is a contributor for Golden Casino News. He has a degree in BSBA Legal Management with great interest in high-profile legal cases involving sports personalities. An ultimate sports junkie, he covers just about everything in the sporting world with an emphasis on the NBA, NFL, and MLB. In his past time, Lou loves to read manga, watch anime and critique pro-wrestling matches.