Löwen Play Praise OpenGaming After SG Collaboration

A collaboration with Scientific Games has been announced by German operator Löwen Play and praised the OpenGaming environment of the company as an integral part of its expansion plans.

Löwen Play, which has over 50 years of industry experience through its amusement arcades, notes that OpenGaming would “significantly strengthen” the offering of online casino games by the company.

About the partnership, Paul Kase, head of online gaming at Löwen Play, said: “Scientific Games and its OpenGaming ecosystem are an integral part of our plans to expand the number and variety of casino games we offer to players.

“With a comprehensive games library supported by various features, we’re now in a strong position to further improve our foothold within the German market.”

A library of games available from a multitude of gloval content studios, complemented by features such as free-rounds and missions, are available on the content aggregation site.

Löwen Play will gain access to a number of igaming titles as a result of the agreement, including the most recent release of Science Games, Spartacus Megaways, as well as 88 Fortunes and Jin Ji Bao Xi, with more slots to be added in the following months.

Dylan Slaney, SVP of gaming at Scientific Games Digital said: “We’re excited to have launched OpenGaming with Löwen Play and strengthen our presence within Germany.

“Our diligence and commitment in ensuring that our offering conforms with appropriate regulations sets us ahead of our competitors.

“The jurisdiction is an important area of focus for us, and we’re well-positioned to capitalize on the market’s potential given our expertise and superior product offering. Löwen Play customers are sure to love the new games that are now available via OpenGaming.”

Via its new controlled system, Germany recently went live during the transition period on 15 October, ahead of the official market opening in July 2021.

In the meantime, as long as new regulatory legislation are implemented, operators will engage with the sector, with those ignoring the new regulations facing possible exclusion from the future official licencing process.