Slotegrator partners with Inteplay Global and Golden Race
On January 3rd, 3 major power players of the Asian online gaming market, Slotegrator, Inteplay and Golden race, have signed a cooperation agreement. This partnership aims to officialise the collaboration between the 3 identities to further extend their lead in the Asian online betting industry. Following the announcement of the association Denis Dzubenko, brand manager at Slotegrator, said: “It’s not a secret that Slotegrator is currently focused on conquering the Asian market and, definitely, it was a strategic decision for our company to sign a deal with Inteplay. As for Golden Race, I should say that its virtual sports and betting services are popular with the vast majority of operators implementing their solutions.”
What do these power player do exactly?
Slotegrator is a platform for online casinos. They offer a white label solution with integrated payment provider such as bitcoin. They are also an aggregator that distribute games from Igrosoft, Endorphina, Tom Horn Gaming, Table 10, Microgaming, Amatic, Xprogaming, Betsoft, Ezugi, Game Art, Lucky Streak, Join Games, iSoftBet, QuickSpin, Genesis Gaming, NextGen, 2By2 Gaming, Rabcat, Asia Live Tech, Habanero and Golden Race via their backend platform. Inteplay is a software development company that specialised in online casino and sports betting. They also provide a digital solution for the mobile gambling site. Golden Race primarily offers virtual sports betting products such as football, dog and horse racing.
What does this agreement mean for the online casino players?
One could suspect that when 3 technology driven company join forces we will definitely see the apparition of new products. We are certain that this will not only affect the Asian market in the long run as the gaming titans extend their range of product to other operations. But also, since Slotegrator distributes games from independent game studios. One could also assume that those micro studios will receive additional funds as Slotgrator enrols new operators. Perhaps, this increase cash flow could mean that new and better games for the European market.
Could this mean better virtual gaming on mobile devices?
Logically yes, because if you look at the 3 companies strength one can definitely deduct that they will be concentrating their efforts into Mobile virtual gaming, which not many suppliers focus one. So perhaps the in the near future European virtual sports enthusiast will be able to enjoy a new range of product anywhere anytime, who knows?