Vancouver-based games developer Playgon has partnered with NeoGames subsidiary Pariplay in a deal that will see Playgon’s online gaming suite integrated into Pariplay’s Fusion aggregation program.
Playgon is a developer of mobile live dealer casino games streamed live from Las Vegas, with mobile-first games featuring blackjack, roulette, and baccarat, in addition to tables. It says that as a result of the integration, its content will be featured prominently in the libraries of “major operators” in numerous jurisdictions.
Darcy Krogh, President and CEO at Playgon, said that the integration “enables us to reach new customers and new jurisdictions globally, so it’s a major deal for us with a provider that has in place a series of partnerships with major operators in high-profile markets. We believe our games are modern, innovative and designed with a mobile mindset in order to stand apart from the competition. This agreement with Pariplay will certainly help us accelerate our growth.”
Pariplay reinforced that the move will “significantly boost” the Vancouver developer’s global reach, with the titles to add to more than 14,000 games from over 80 suppliers as well as a suite of conversion and retention tools that have been designed to enhance player value.
“Playgon has successfully developed a unique live dealer product with well-designed gameplay features that use cutting-edge technology to deliver a unique playing experience that particularly appeals to a different demographic,” said Callum Harris, Director of Partnerships at Pariplay. “It is great to welcome Playgon to the Fusion platform, where its blend of live dealer casino and etable games will entertain players all over the world.”