Digital casino content producer Stakelogic celebrated a “breakthrough” deal to combine the company’s video slot range with the brand roster of GVC Holdings.
Under bwin’s terms contract participants, PartyPoker, PartyCasino, Sportingbet, Ladbrokes and Coral will be able to stream slot games from the company across the web and tablet.
Obdulio Bacarese, business operations director at GVC, said: “From classic slots to games themed around huge entertainment franchises, Stakelogic provides a varied and quality portfolio of slots that make for a great addition to our current content offering.”
Titles included as part of the collaboration include Book of Adventure, Book of Cleopatra, Gods of Death, Random 4 Runner deluxe, Clearly Wild deluxe and branded slots such as, The Expendables Megaways and Rambo, with more expected to follow.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, Stakelogic’s CEO, commented: “Our slots are in high demand and we are delighted to have partnered with such an industry giant to make them available to its players. GVC operates some of the largest online casino and sports betting brands in the world and we are certain its players will be entertained and amazed by our games.
“From design and sound to gameplay and features, each slot has been developed to deliver big thrills and even bigger wins.”
Last week, GVC became the latest company to join a range of industry peers in seeking redress from Her Majesty ‘s Revenue & Customs Tax Linked Terminals
After William Hill followed the lead of Betfred and Rank Group earlier in the week, with the bookmaker theoretically poised to obtain a multi-million pound tax refund, GVC expects its own argument will result in a cash inflow to the company of about £200m.
The sports betting and gaming company “understands” that in the period from October 1, 2002 to January, 2013 it will be liable for a refund of historic VAT wrongly charged on gaming machine revenue from its Ladbrokes betting shops.