Aspire Global’s Pariplay Ltd, the leading aggregator and content provider, has signed a deal with CT Interactive that will see its Fusion™ platform offering boosted by new and unique games.
CT Interactive’s portfolio encompasses more than 200 gaming titles, including classic fruit slots, cascading reels games and dice slots with attractive jackpots, various mechanics and excellent maths models that enable operators to offer exciting and personalised experiences that help drive retention.
Top-performing titles include Lucky Clover, Win Storm, and Duck of Luck, and two new titles are added to the supplier’s slot library every month.
Through the addition of CT Interactive’s content, Pariplay has expanded its Fusion™ offering which now consists of over 12,000 games from over 70 suppliers, as well as a suite of back-office conversion and retention tools that enhance player lifetime value.
Callum Harris, director of partnerships at Pariplay, said: “Our studio partners are what make our Fusion™ offering so strong and joining forces with CT Interactive will see us add yet another fantastic content supplier to our roster.
“Their portfolio offers a mix of themes and mechanics that have been proven with players in over 800 online casinos around the globe so we can be sure we have a great partner in CT Interactive.”
Lachezar Petrov, CEO at CT Interactive, said: “The partnership with Pariplay is a prerequisite for a significant growth of our market reach and brand visibility. We are happy to collaborate with Pariplay as we always strive to evolve.
“We are offering exciting products to deliver a great gaming experience and teaming up with the leading aggregator will enable us to reach a huge new audience of players.”
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