Vancouver-based games developer Playgon Games has confirmed its online gaming suite is now fully integrated into Pariplay’s Fusion aggregation program.
Under the terms of the two-year agreement, Pariplay – a NeoGames subsidiary – will add and market Playgon’s proprietary mobile-first live dealer and e-table offerings – under the VegasLounge brand – to its content library for availability and distribution to all of its global client base in regulated markets.
Pariplay currently services more than 150 operators with an offering consisting of over 14,000 games from 120+ suppliers.
Ashley Bloor, Director of Partnerships at Pariplay, commented: “Playgon Games’ mobile live-dealer titles occupy a unique spot in the industry and we’re delighted to be able to offer them across our operator network through the market-leading Fusion platform.
“It is another positive addition to our ever-growing portfolio, and we’re confident they’ll be a real selling point for partners looking to target new demographics.”
The partnership was announced last September, with Playgon President and CEO Darcy Krogh describing it as a “major deal”, but the systems integration has taken until this point – 11 months later – to be completed.
Speaking this week, Krogh said: “Completion of this integration with Pariplay will give us access to high-profile markets and new markets we are chasing through their aggregation platform.
“We look forward to working with the team at Pariplay to onboard new operators and expect it to accelerate our growth as we build on our partnership.”