CT Gaming Rolls Out iGaming Distribution Deal With Parimatch

CT Gaming Interactive has signed an igaming distribution agreement with gaming and betting operator Parimatch, securing a pair of new business entrants hot on the company’s heels.

Rolling out its entire slot portfolio with the group, CT Gaming Interactive affirms that the partnership provides an opportunity to expand its reach across global igaming markets as the company promises to “continue to build on this promising partnership”.

Worldwide expansion has been a central theme in the recent maneuvers of CT Gaming Interactive, with licensing authorization to provide its online content in the regulated Spanish market following certification to enter Colombian igaming.

CT Gaming Interactive is already compatible with many jurisdictions including Spain , Italy, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Latvia, Malta, Romania, Switzerland and others.

Lachezar Petrov, general manager at CT Gaming Interactive said: “Parimatch customers now have access to an innovative selection of our most played games, including Ramses the Great, Lucky Clover, Moon Lord, Fluff Tails, Bombay Gems.

“Our offerings provide immersive gaming experience, appealing graphics, and unique game mechanics and we are happy to provide it to Parimatch.

“We are happy to work with Parimatch who share our passion for delivering top quality gaming experiences. We are thrilled of the potential this partnership has and look forward to extending it further.”

Parimatch announced earlier this week that it would be bidding for one of the new operating licenses after President Volodymyr Zelensky formally signed the ascension of Bill-2285D after the Verkhovna Rada ‘s legislative approval in July.

The Ukraine Gambling Legislation currently specifies that the government must create a regulated marketplace for the eight land-based casino gaming disciplines, online casino, retail sports betting, online sports betting, slot machine halls, online poker, totaler contracts, and lotteries.

Despite its presidential approval, the Gambling Law remains unfulfilled with regard to key operator licenses, licenses and industry tax requirements.