Portuguese online casino operator Solverde has inked a long-term partnership deal with global gaming technology and services provider, Playtech.
Following the deal, Playtech’s IMS player management platform will now be the primary platform used by CasinoSolverde.pt. As such now Solverde’s online gambling platform will feature Playtechs portfolio of casino games and also make use of the technology services provider’s data-driven tools.
Playtech has been strategically expanding its business in the regulated gambling markets in Europe and has recently inked partnership deals with Gauselmann’s Merkur and RETAbet in Spain.
Earlier last week, Playtech also inked a deal with the Ontario Lottery to provide them with its BetBuddy gambling data analytics technology.
Following the deal, “Playtech’s front-end portal framework will allow CasinoSolverde.pt to integrate and personalize content, tightly integrated into IMS it delivers an unparalleled experience for operators and their players.”
Shimon Akad, COO, Playtech, said: “Solverde has been one of the foremost names in the Portuguese casino landscape. We are extremely proud to announce that Solverde has chosen Playtech as its technology partner in order to continue its leading position in the Portuguese market.
“We are pleased to see Playtech’s technology continuing to serve as the infrastructure of choice in competitive and complex regulated markets. This deal highlights the continued strength of our data-driven platform to offer integrated solutions to operators and we hope to announce further successes in regulated markets soon”.
Manuel Silva Carvalho, Board Member at Solverde, added: “This is an exciting moment for CasinoSolverde.pt as we further develop the casino experience we offer to our customers. We are pleased to partner with Playtech to bring its industry-leading casino offering to the Portuguese audience and are confident it will be a driver of growth for both our businesses in Portugal. We look forward to developing our industry-leading casino with our new partner.”