FEG Playson

Casino games and software developer Playson has signed a “major deal” with European operator Fortuna Entertainment Group to deliver its range of titles to the group’s online brands.   

The group has a proud heritage of providing entertaining gaming experiences for over 30 years, which has seen it expand into markets including Slovakia, Poland, Romania and Croatia, with top-performing brands.   

As part of the deal, Playson will integrate a range of its exciting games, such as recent releases Royal Coins: Hold and Win, 5 Fortunator and 9 Happy Pharaohs. 

The latest partnership with one of Europe’s leading operator groups significantly extends the developer’s presence across key jurisdictions within the continent.  

Blanka Homor, sales director at Playson said: “We are excited at the prospect of partnering with a brand that has three decades of experience across Central and Eastern European markets. 

“We look forward to working with Fortuna Entertainment Group’s leading online brands and pleasing a new range of audiences with our successful portfolio of enthralling titles.” 

A Fortuna Entertainment Group spokesperson added: “We are delighted to have struck a deal with a leading developer such as Playson, which has a strong reputation for creating exciting content that resonates with players in our core markets. 

“Having its content on board will improve the online games offering across our brands and ensure players will have access to some of the industry’s most exciting slots.”

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