GVC Holdings has struck a new deal with Scientific Games to launch the US gaming supplier's content on its licensed Spanish and Belgian gaming sites.

The deal with Scientific Games' WMS studio will see new content rolled out across the bwin, partycasino and partypoker branded dot.es and dot.be sites.

The games will be rolled-out in the coming weeks and include popular titles such as Rainbow Riches, Thai Flower and Spartacus Gladiator of Rome.

The WMS deal is the latest to strengthen the games offering at GVC's acquired bwin.party sites, following similar deals with Realistic GamesiSoftBet and Microgaming’s Quickfire in recent weeks.

"We are really pleased to be able to offer WMS award-winning content to even more of our customers," GVC chief product officer Liron Snir commented. "This is another big step forward for us in building a best-in-class casino for our players, wherever they may be."

Bob Hays, vice president of commercial for Scientific Games’ interactive division, added: "This is a fantastic opportunity to deepen our existing relationship with GVC, carrying our strong partnership forward into new markets. We look forward to rolling out more content in the near future."

Shares in GVC Holdings plc (Co.Data) (LSE:GVC) were trading up 2.13 per cent at 766.50 pence per share in London early, while shares in Scientific Games Corporation (Co.Data) (NASDAQ:SGMS) closed in New York Friday up 2,78 per cent at $12.18 per share.

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