London-listed online gaming technology provider Playtech has sealed a deal to supply Amaya’s PokerStars brand with a range of its popular slot titles.
The deal extends Playtech's relationship with PokerStars, which is already served by Quickspin, the games developer acquired by Playtech in May for €50m.
PokerStars has already launched a number of Playtech’s progressive jackpots and in-house developed games on desktop and mobile, including White King, Frankie Dettori and Great Blue.
“We’re delighted to have extended our existing relationship with PokerStars, one of the most established and well-known brands in the industry, and providing them with the industry’s best-performing content,” said Playtech chief operating officer Shimon Akad.
Sam Hobcraft, PokerStars’ director of casino, added: “We are very excited to partner with Playtech, and to provide our customers some of the best slots in the industry. In particular, their suite of jackpot games will fill one of the final gaps in our product offering.”
Last month Playtech unveiled three titles in a series of seven Age of the Gods games, which will also be rolled out to PokerStars.
The company said that the games have been among the most successful Playtech launches, with the titles immediately entering the top 10 across major licensees on the Playtech casino network.