Operators Paf have agreed a deal to join the Microgaming Poker Network (MPN).
The arrangement will see the Åland Islands-based operators become part of the network in the near future, joining the likes of BetVictor, who recently went live on the MPN, and iGame Malta, who are set to follow suit in the coming weeks.
Paf were set up by a group of charitable organisations in 1966 and continue to donate all of their profits to good causes on the Islands, with their beneficiaries including local branches of Save the Children and Red Cross.
The MPN are also involved in what they describe as “advanced discussions” with a number of other “major operators”.
Paf.com director Anders Wiklund said: “The long-term vision and security of a network is of theutmost importance to our players, and we are sure that the Microgaming Poker Network will deliver on this front.”
Lydia Melton, head of network games at Microgaming, added: “The technological and managerial advances we have made with the MPN over the last year make it the natural choice for operators, and we are confident that the MPN will meet all of Paf’s requirements.”
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