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NEW YORK, 9. Nov. 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Online-Kasino-Spieler haben bald die Möglichkeit, einige ihrer Lieblingsspiele aus der landgestützten Branche zu spielen. Ein umfassendes Abkommen zwischen dem Kasino-Content-Anbieter High 5 Games und dem führenden Online-Software- und Plattform-Anbieter Playtech macht dies möglich.

„Wir freuen uns sehr, Playtech und dessen zahlreichen Partnern so viele unserer Spiele anbieten zu können", erklärte Anthony Singer, CEO von High 5 Games. „Eines der Hauptziele von H5G war es, unsere Online-Präsenz zu erweitern, und wir glauben, dass sich dieses Abkommen als ein wertvoller erster Schritt zur Erreichung dieses Ziels erweisen wird."

Laut des Abkommens wird Playtech seinen Online-Casino-Partnern eine zweistellige Zahl an H5G-Spielen anbieten. Zu diesen Marken gehören einige der beliebtesten Spiele von High 5 Games aus physischen Kasinos der vergangenen Jahre.

„Wir sind begeistert, mit High 5 Games zusammenzuarbeiten. Das Unternehmen hat sich zu einem der besten Spiele-Entwickler der Branche entwickelt", erklärte Mor Weizer, CEO von Playtech. „Diese Beziehung ermöglicht es Playtech, allen unseren geschätzten Partnern weiterhin marktführende Produkte anzubieten."

Das mehrjährige Abkommen wurde letzten Monat auf der Europäischen iGaming Kongress und Expo (EIG) in Barcelona abgeschlossen. Als Teil der Vereinbarung werden die H5G-Spiele nur für Online-Wetten in rechtlichen und regulierten Geltungsbereichen zur Verfügung stehen.

„Playtech ist für die Bereitstellung leistungsstarker und bewährter Inhalte an viele der größten Online-Anbieter weltweit berühmt", sagte Med Nadooshan, Chief Operating Officer von High 5 Games. „Dieses Abkommen macht es High 5 Games möglich, seine Reichweite zu vergrößern und unsere Spiele neuen Spielern auf der ganzen Welt zugänglich zu machen."

High 5 Games wurde 1995 gegründet und hat mehr als 125 Marken und 300-Kasino-Spiele für die Gaming-Branche entwickelt. Die größten Vertreiber des in New York City ansässigen Unternehmens für die landgestützte Kasino-Branche sind Bally Technologies und International Game Technology.

Playtech wurde 1999 gegründet und ist der größte börsennotierte Anbieter für Online-Gaming-Software. Das Unternehmen hat seinen Hauptsitz auf der Isle of Man, und zu den Lizenznehmern gehören Betfair, bet365, William Hill, Paddy Power und Sky.

Informationen zu High 5 Games (H5G)

High 5 Games entwickelt Hunderte an Spielen für die landgestützte, Online- und Social-Branche, die auf sechs Kontinenten und in fast 50 Ländern gespielt werden. H5G wurde 1995 gegründet und ist für viele der erfolgreichsten Spiele für Video-Spielautomaten der Kasino-Branche verantwortlich. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf www.High5Games.com, oder folgen Sie H5G auf Facebook auf www.facebook.com/High5Games.

Informationen zu Playtech

Playtech entwickelt vereinheitlichte Software-Plattformen und Inhalte für die Online- und landgebundene Glücksspielbranche. Daneben bietet das Unternehmen eine Reihe an Zusatzdiensten wie Marketing, Hosting und CRM-Dienste.

Mit den Möglichkeiten der Gruppe lassen sich integrierte Software- oder Komplettlösungen anbieten, wobei die Spieler über ein einziges Konto auf online-, TV-, mobile und serverbasierte Spiele-Terminals zugreifen können.

Zu den neuen Lizenznehmern gehören bestehende Online-Betreiber, die ihr Angebot erweitern oder vielfältiger gestalten wollen, landgestützte Kasino-Konzerne, staatlich geförderte Unternehmen wie Lotterien und Neueinsteiger, die neu in der Online-Gaming-Branche sind, insbesondere auf neu regulierten Märkten.

Playtech wurde 1999 gegründet. Das Unternehmen beschäftigt in Entwicklungszentren in fünf Ländern rund 2000 Mitarbeiter, von denen die meisten in der Forschung und Entwicklung für aktuelle und zukünftige Gaming-Technologien beschäftigt sind.

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