Pariplay signs 916 Gaming partnership in US

January 3, 2024
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The company will boost its Ignite program and gain access to 916 Gaming content.

NeoGames’ Pariplay subsidiary has partnered with 916 Gaming to expand its Ignite program. Under the terms of the agreement, Pariplay will gain global exclusive access to 916 Gaming’s content.

This will allow 916 to implement Pariplay’s turnkey development framework so that it can rapidly release new products to the market.

916 Gaming focuses on reaching young generations of players and specializes in interactive casino games that feature forward-looking crash content that is inspired by well-know mobile games.

Pariplay Director of Partnerships Ashley Bloor commented, “916 Gaming is a bold, forward-looking studio that has quickly established itself in the industry, in particular through developing localized content for US players.

“Being able to swiftly roll out its impressive content portfolio across our global distribution network is something that we feel will benefit our customers, and we’re confident that 916 Gaming’s titles will stand out with players not just in North America, but globally.”

Growth in North America remains a particular focus for NeoGames and Pariplay. Its Wizard Games platform has an existing North American foothold in New Jersey, Michigan, West Virginia and in the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Ontario.

Its titles are also available in Latin America, North American and in more than 15 regulated jurisdictions throughout Europe.

916 Gaming Co-Founder and CEO Steven Astrachan elaborated further on the potential benefits of its partnership with Pariplay.

He said, “We are elated to announce our partnership with Pariplay as a member of Ignite. This collaboration enables us to expedite the development of our games on a certified RGS, ensuring the highest standards of quality and performance.

“Moreover, the Ignite program provides us with the invaluable opportunity to rapidly expand our distribution channels through their expansive network of operator partners. This strategic alliance marks a significant milestone for us, reinforcing our commitment to delivering exceptional gaming experiences to a global audience.”


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