Vermantia partners with MOHIO Gaming

Vermantia, leading provider of omni-channel content solutions for lotteries, gaming & betting operators worldwide, announces its partnership with MOHIO Gaming, a long-established company from Austria with a diverse range of available games and an extended customer base internationally.

Through this partnership Vermantia enhances its ever expanding games portfolio available to its customers through the Vermantia CONNECT platform, by including the market-proven horse racing and greyhound racing games of MOHIO that are based on prerecorded real races as well its unique numeric games. This agreement is mutual and allows also MOHIO to promote Vermantia games to its own customer base thus giving Vermantia exposure to more operators.

Andrej Machanets, MOHIO Gaming’s Chief Executive Officer stated: “We are excited with our agreement with Vermantia that meets both our goal to reach wider markets, like those served by Vermantia, and our quest for high quality virtual games to complement our own offering to our customers. We therefore believe that the agreement will soon spawn new projects for both our companies.”

Yiannis Gangas, Vermantia’s Chief Product Officer, commented: “With our agreement with MOHIO Gaming, we are adding market-proven pre-recorded games to our offering in line with our strategy to provide our customers with the widest choice of virtual games in the marketplace. We are very glad that through this partnership, also our own games, such as the industry’s first Virtual Baseball game, will be made available to MOHIO’s customers.”
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