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High 5 Games annonce la signature d'un accord de distribution majeur avec Playtech

NEW YORK, le 9 novembre 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Les joueurs des casinos en ligne auront bientôt la possibilité de jouer à certains de leurs jeux préférés de l'industrie traditionnelle grâce à un accord majeur signé entre le fournisseur de contenus de casino, High 5 Games, et le principal fournisseur de logiciels et de plateformes en ligne, Playtech.

« Nous sommes ravis de pouvoir offrir nos jeux à tant de personnes, à Playtech et à sa liste impressionnante de partenaires », a déclaré Anthony Singer, PDG de High 5 Games, tout en rajoutant, « L'un des principaux objectifs de H5G consiste à élargir notre présence en ligne, et nous pensons que cet accord sera une première étape importante dans l'atteinte de cet objectif. »

Dans le cadre de cet accord, Playtech offrira des dizaines de jeux de H5G à ses casinos en ligne partenaires. Ces marques comprendront certains des jeux de High 5 Games les mieux vendus dans les casinos classiques ces dernières années.

« Nous nous réjouissons à l'idée de travailler avec High 5 Games, qui s'est bâti une réputation en tant que l'un des meilleurs créateurs de jeux dans l'industrie. Cette relation permettra à Playtech de continuer à offrir des produits de premier plan à tous ses estimés partenaires sur le marché », a indiqué Mor Weizer, PDG de Playtech.

Cet accord pluriannuel a été finalisé le mois dernier à l'occasion de l'European iGaming Congress and Expo (EiG) à Barcelone. Aux termes de l'accord, les jeux de H5G seront disponibles uniquement pour des paris en ligne dans des juridictions légales et réglementées.

« Playtech est réputé pour ses contenus très performants et éprouvés à plusieurs des opérateurs les plus importants au monde », a expliqué Med Nadooshan, directeur de l'exploitation chez High 5 Games, tout en rajoutant, « Cet accord permettra à High 5 Games d'étendre sa portée et de présenter ses jeux à de nouveaux joueurs du monde entier. »

Fondé en 1995, High 5 Games a créé plus de 125 marques et 300 jeux de casino destinés à l'industrie des jeux. La société, basée à New York, compte Bally Technologies et International Game Technology parmi ses plus grands distributeurs sur le marché des casinos terrestres.

Créé en 1999, Playtech est le plus important fournisseur de logiciels de jeux en ligne coté en bourse. Son siège social est situé sur l'Ile de Man, et les titulaires de licences de la société comprennent Betfair, bet365, William Hill, Paddy Power et Sky.

À propos de High 5 Games (H5G)

High 5 Games développe des jeux pour les marchés des casinos terrestres, en ligne et des médias sociaux, et il est à l'origine de centaines de jeux appréciés sur six continents et dans près de 50 pays. Fondé en 1995, H5G est à l'origine de nombreux des jeux de machine à sous vidéo les plus à succès de l'industrie des casinos. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur, ou visitez H5G sur Facebook au

À propos de Playtech

Playtech développe des plateformes logicielles unifiées et des contenus pour l'industrie des jeux en ligne et traditionnels, tout en proposant une gamme de services connexes de marketing, d'hébergement et de gestion de la relation client.

Les capacités du Groupe lui permettent de fournir un logiciel intégré, ou une solution clés en main, grâce auquel les joueurs peuvent accéder à des terminaux de jeux en ligne, diffusés, sur mobile ou basés sur serveur, et ce, par le biais d'un compte unique.

Parmi les nouveaux détenteurs de licence de la société on compte des opérateurs en ligne existants qui améliorent ou diversifient leur offre, des groupes de casinos terrestres, des entités sponsorisées par l'État comme les loteries, ainsi que de nouveaux venus faisant leur début dans le secteur des jeux en ligne, tout particulièrement sur des marchés récemment réglementés.

Créée en 1999, Playtech emploie quelque 2 000 personnes dans des centres de développement répartis dans cinq pays, et dont la plupart se consacrent à la recherche et au développement des technologies de jeu actuelles et futures.

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