Premium live casino supplier, Authentic Gaming, has entered a break-through partnership with the world’s largest online gambling supplier, Playtech, making its products available to tier one operators around the world.
Under the partnership, operators powered by Playtech software will gain access to live roulette tables located on the floors of real world casinos, with real croupiers and real players, via the supplier’s Authentic Roulette product.
Online players will now be able to access live roulette games on any device from the following land-based properties:
- – The Saint Vincent Resort Casino (Italy)
- – Casino International Batumi at the Hilton Hotel (Georgia)
- – The Platinum Casino at the Radisson BLU Hotel in Bucharest (Romania)
Authentic Gaming and Playtech have an option to expand the scale and scope of the partnership in the coming months, increasing the number of tables available to players and also integrating the supplier’s premium table offering.
These tables are located in the Royal Casino in Denmark and the Foxwoods Resort Casino in the USA; the latter marks the first time players in regulated European markets can play online at tables from an American casino.
Jonas Delin, CEO of Authentic Gaming, said: “Playtech is the world’s largest supplier of online gaming software. Through this co-distribution agreement, our land-based live roulette streams will reach the phones, tablets and desktops of a huge number of players through Playtech’s extensive portfolio of tier one online gaming operators. We see this partnership as yet another testament to our quality product and we look forward to a long and successful relationship.”
Shimon Akad, COO at Playtech, said: “We have watched the development of Authentic Roulette and other equivalent products in the market with great interest over the past 12 months. After careful evaluation of our options to bring this product category to market, we are delighted to have partnered with Authentic Gaming. Their range of tables and land-based casino partners is impressive, as is the quality of the video stream.”