Altenar confirms Genii deal

Gaming technology provider Genii has announced an agreement to integrate its extensive portfolio of casino games to Altenar’s fully managed gaming solution.

The agreement will bolster Altenar’s mobile and desktop casino offering with Genii’s portfolio of over 130 games, headlined by its new, unique Spin 16 product range.

Utilising the full area of touchscreen devices, Spin 16 uses patented technology that allows a full range of swipe options to provide players with a more complete slots experience.

Altenar specialises in sportsbook with its BetInAction Sportsbook software, but also provides casino and trading platform solutions.

This agreement is the third success in recent weeks for Genii, who announced partnerships with online gaming platform providers Tain and iForium amongst others earlier this month.

Nick Barr, Genii sales director, said: “Altenar’s platform provides the perfect opportunity to bring our immersive and engaging casino games to a broader audience. We’re certain that our ground-breaking content and Spin 16 titles will be a hit for Altenar and their customers.”

Dinos Stranomitis, director at Altenar, commented “Altenar’s agreement with Genii will unlock a wealth of new casino content for operators using our platform. The innovative Spin 16 video slots are an attractive addition for our clients and we’re looking forward to building a successful long-term partnership with Genii.”

Genii’s games are supported on Windows, Apple and Android platforms and are available on desktop, tablet, mobile and terminals. Genii boast a portfolio of 130+ multichannel games designed to enhance player experience through player engagement and interaction.



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