Pariplay and Gamshy sign distribution agreement

29th March 2021 - Pariplay Ltd, the leading aggregator and content provider, has signed an agreement with Gamshy to add the game studio’s innovative titles to the Fusion platform.

Gamshy’s growing portfolio of unique games, including player favourites Jumping Sushi, Fruit Tribe, Inferno and Western Barn, will soon be available to Pariplay’s extensive global operator network.

Founded in 2016, Gamshy aims to introduce new design concepts supported by the best technologies on the market. The studio’s games offer a combination of 2D, 3D, traditional and revolutionary gameplay to deliver unrivalled player experiences.

The partnership will ensure Gamshy’s portfolio reaches a wide new audience and strengthens Pariplay’s existing Fusion offering.

Pariplay’s Fusion platform hosts one of the most comprehensive offerings on the market and contains all the supplier’s proprietary slots, as well as thousands of titles from leading games studios.

As well as a wide-ranging selection of localised games, Fusion comes with an array of conversion, retention and tool mechanics and the platform is licensed in more than 16 regulated markets.

Christine Lewis, CCO at Pariplay, said: “Gamshy’s content is truly creative and unique with captivating gameplay and graphics. Their games will be a welcomed addition to our aggregator platform and will resonate well with our partners and their players across numerous markets.”

Giorgio Mikas, sales manager at Gamshy, said: “Partnering with Pariplay is an important step for us as it will ensure our portfolio is brought to leading operators around the globe, giving more players the opportunity to experience our games. We work hard to create titles that are modern, engaging and cutting edge with a focus on maximum engagement and we are excited to introduce our content to casino fans together with Pariplay.”


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