Eleven months after Playgon Games and Pariplay announced their partnership, Playgon Games has confirmed that both parties have finally concluded the integration process. Their partnership is based on a 2-year agreement, with Pariplay tasked to add the titles of Polygon to its library. This will enable Playgon to reach new operators and, thereby, new audiences. The integration was concluded with the Fusion aggregation program, and offerings to go live via the aggregator are eTable & live dealer mobile titles.
The library content will make available these titles in the regions where its operations are regulated. Any region that prohibits its operations will not host the latest content from Playgon. Darcy Krogh had earlier described this partnership as a major deal. The Chief Executive Officer & President of the venture has again shed his thoughts on the partnership.
Darcy has said that the integration with Pariplay will give them access to high-profile markets and also to those markets which may open up in the future. Needless to say, high-profile markets here refer to those that regulate the operations of such ventures. A list of new markets has not been shared yet; however, players can expect that both – Playgon & Pariplay – are aiming to expand their footprints at the earliest.
This reflects in the commitment of Playgon, as stated by Darcy. They have stated that they are looking forward to working with Pariplay and also expect to accelerate their growth with more partnerships in the future.
Pariplay is credited with hosting over 14,000 titles made available by more than 120 suppliers. Their services are made available through 150+ operators, with a chance that the number may rise soon.
Ashley Bloor from Pariplay has called the integration with Playgon another positive addition to their portfolio. The Director of Partnerships at the venture is confident that the offerings of Playgon will be a real selling point in every demographic. Ashley has appreciated the mobile live-dealer titles of Playgon Games, stating that they occupy a unique spot in the iGaming industry.
Bloor has said that they are delighted to have them and offering their content to the operator network via the Fusion platform. This is not the first partnership for Pariplay in the year 2023. The aggregator previously announced that it had joined hands with Ainsworth to further cement its position in Canada. The agreement between the two enabled Pariplay to make available a new set of Canadian casino games in the market.
Shivan Patel, the Commercial Director of North America at Pariplay, had called this partnership a testament to the success of their collaboration. Patel further stated that the partnership with Ainsworth has been a great one since they have previously rolled out the content in other regions.
Simply put, the current partnership is in continuance to their efforts of joining hands with more developers and aggregators, respectively. The goal is to reach out to new players in regions that they have not yet explored or have explored but are looking to strengthen their spot in the industry.