In recent news, we’ve learned that the London-based platform distributor FSB had reached a new agreement with yet another game provider. Indeed, the new deal will see Play’n GO’s hit games go live onto the content aggregator platform. Nowadays, we see more are more deals like this take place. And the truth is it makes sense for companies like Play’n GO and FSB to work together. After all, casino operators are keen to offer both value and volume to their players. And surely integrating Play’n GO 125+ games means that FSB will make its proposition even more appealing.
After being in business for close to two decades, Play’n GO’s games are in high demand. In fact, slots like Book of Dead and Gemix still top the chart in Britain and worldwide. And releases like Perfect Gems and Crystal Sun dazzled players from the moment they went live. Which goes to show that Play’n GO have indeed the capacity to create games that stick with players for years. But also to innovate to stay at the top of the pack with their new games too.
After reaching the agreement, Play’n GO’s UK sales manager had this to say. “We’re happy to partner with FSB, who are making waves in a competitive space.” He also added that the game provider welcomes the opportunity to spread its wings onto a platform like FSB. FSB gives them the chance to get a better global market reach, which is what Play’n GO wants.
Play’n GO was not the only one who was happy about the deal. Indeed, David McDowell, FSB’s CEO, added this in a recent press release. “We have been working in a targeted fashion to forge new casino alliances. We Aim to deliver a best-in-class casino solution with the most engaging products from the industry’s top suppliers to sit alongside our award-winning sports betting services… It’s a real statement to have their stunning slot games on board.” So as you can see, the industry and the companies are thriving. And when companies thrive, players frequently reap the benefits in the form of new games and innovation.