Platform provider Gamingtec has signed a new agreement with Tom Horn Gaming, powered by Vivo Gaming, to incorporate live casino content.
Vivo Gaming’s live dealer solution, Gamingtec said, was created to please players around the world with a “extensive” set of tables and croupiers that speak native.
The deal is just the latest example of Gamingtec paying particular attention to live casino games during the COVID-19 pandemic which enjoyed such an increase in popularity.
Gamingtec claims that quarantine restrictions have brought about a transfer in players from land-based casinos to online gaming, as seen in much of the globe.
The platform-integrated list of live casino providers also includes Ezugi, Pragmatic Play and Evolution Gaming, with whom Gamingtec holds a “special partner program” that enables it to offer the provider’s most popular games much earlier than their competitors.
For example, this happened with the early introduction of Crazy Time, a live game based on the popular Dream Catcher money wheel idea created by Evolution.
Gamingtec CEO Sapar Karyagdyyev said: “We have increased the number of game suppliers to meet the needs of online casino operators that are looking for unique and high-quality content with engaging gameplay.
“I am pleased to announce new promising partnerships as well as long-term reliable collaborations that help us to deliver the best content to our partners.”