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Scientific Games seals partnerships in Spain and Germany

Scientific Games has signed a deal with 888 Casino to launch more than 120 games in Spain through the supplier’s Open Gaming System platform.

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The partnership will allow 888 to offer games from Scientific Games’ in-house studios and third-party partners.

Dylan Slaney, SVP Casino at SG Digital, said: "888 is a huge player in the Spanish online gaming market and we’re thrilled to offer our content to its players.

"It will increase our presence in the market and give players a top-notch online gaming experience backed by the reliability and scalability of our Open Gaming platform."

The supplier has also finalised a new five-year technology agreement with lottery partner Lotto Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart, Germany.

Lotto Baden-Württemberg is the country’s third-largest state-owned lottery, with over 3,000 licensed retailers.

Scientific Games will provide the lottery with software support and maintenance.

Pat McHugh, Group Chief Executive, Lottery for Scientific Games, said: "We thank Lotto Baden-Württemberg for its continued trust in our systems technology and leadership with our new Symphony gaming system."

Through a partnership with Betsson, the supplier has also launched a series of syndicated jackpot products for the online casino market.

The new products allow players to join others in collectively winning a percentage of a larger jackpot.


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