Playtech Launch Live Casino Studio Sky Vegas As Part Of SBG Deal

Playtech has announced an exclusive partnership with Flutter Entertainment, which will result in a dedicated live casino studio for Sky Betting & Gaming’s Sky Vegas brand.

The Playtech Live studios in Riga will host the new dedicated lab. Sky Vegas Live Casino will debut Playtech’s Live Roulette and Live All Bets Blackjack tables, all of which are completely modular and can accommodate an infinite number of players at the same time.

In addition, the Sky Vegas live casino will be the first of its kind to feature an exclusive Playtech Live Spin A Win deal.

Strengthening long term collaboration

Sam Downey, gaming commercial director at Sky Betting and Gaming said: “The launch of Sky Vegas’ live casino further strengthens the collaboration with our long-term technology partner, Playtech.

“We are thrilled to be extending our live casino offering across more of our brands with the innovative and entertainment-led products and services that Playtech offer.”

This is the latest in a series of global collaborations for Playtech, which includes Spearhead Studios, ComeOn, Kindred Group, Flutter Entertainment, Betsson Group, and Casino Lugano, with a US roll-out also underway in Michigan.

Experience-led offering

Of the group’s new partnership, according to Edo Haitin, CEO of Playtech Live: “We are extremely proud that Sky Betting & Gaming have chosen Playtech as their exclusive live casino partner. Playtech Live’s focus on an experience-led offering, both from a gameplay and presentation perspective, is central to what makes us stand out in the industry.

“When you combine that with the Playtech Live studio production team, you are looking at the best studio experience in the business. The level of detail that has gone into the production of the new Sky Vegas studio is the highest level currently offered by the live industry today – we are thrilled to be working with the fantastic Sky Vegas team to create the most engaging responsible gambling entertainment experience for their players.”