Paf agrees casino content deal with Pariplay Fusion

Paf agrees casino content deal with Pariplay Fusion

An announcement has been made today that Paf, a money gambling operator based on the Åland Islands in Finland, has agreed a new casino content deal with Pariplay for access to its aggregation platform Fusion.

The deal will see the operator gain access to more than 14,000 games on the platform that it will be able to introduce to its customers.

Pariplay has been a leading provider of casino games for many years and its aggregation platform is one of the largest in the gaming industry.

The suite of games includes all of the developer’s in-house proprietary slot games along with thousands of other titles from multiple software developer’s around the world.

This means that, following the signing of this deal, customers of the operator site will be able to play a range of new games from Pariplay and partner studios, such as NetEnt, Play’n Go, Pragmatic Play, Quickspin, Blueprint Gaming, Evolution, Inspired and Red Rake Gaming among others.

In addition to the impressive and boosted game offering, the operator will also have access to a range of conversion and retention tools that are designed to utilise modern mechanics to improve player acquisition and retaining methods.

Chief Gaming Officer at Paf Kim Johansson commented:

Giving consumers variety and choice is incredibly important when it comes to staying ahead of our competitors. By offering them the great games that are delivered by the Fusion platform we are doing that, and we are looking forward to seeing the agreement bear fruit in the coming months.

Chief Commercial Officer at Pariplay Christine Lewis also added that this is a significant partnership for the firm and said:

Paf is one of the leading names in European gaming and we are very excited to be working with them. Their huge customer base will benefit not only from the quantity of games available, but the sheer quality contained within the range.

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