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GVC’s casino offering expands with Realistic deal

By Tom Lewis
Industry provider GVC has moved to expand its gaming content, penning a multi-year agreement with Realistic Games.

Realisitic will provide GVC with nigh on 40 slot and table games, to be rolled out across both online and mobile initially for the bwin, PartyCasino and PartyPoker sites.

GVC’s B2B partner sites will also have the titles made available to them.

Liron Snir, Chief Product Officer for GVC, said: “Today’s announcement reflects our commitment to keep improving the range and quality of games we offer our customers.

“Realistic is a great content maker and we are particularly excited about being able to offer our players their enhanced roulette and blackjack games on mobile for the first time.”

Realistic CEO Andy Harris said: “Deals don’t come much bigger than this – we are absolutely thrilled to be working with GVC, an international leader in both B2C and B2B markets.

“Liron and his team have been a pleasure to work with and share our passion for product and an understanding that the quality of it will have a significant impact on revenues.

“We think the deal will deliver material benefits for both companies, particularly through our market-leading multi-channel table games.”

Deals of this nature have been coming thick and fast for the pair in recent weeks.

Realistic recently inked a content distribution partnership with BetConstruct, while GVC signed a multi-year content agreement with iSoftBet in September.

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