In a move that further grows its footprint across Europe, Playson has entered into an agreement with Greece’s leading gametech company, Kaizen Gaming. The new partnership expands the Athens headquartered firm‘s casino portfolio, with the addition of fan-favorite titles from the online casino games software developer.
Encompassing over 17 regulated territories, the deal will see Playson’s entire gaming suite launch with the company’s well-known brands in Greece along with the other five countries it currently operates in, including Cyprus, Germany, Romania, Portugal, and Brazil, soon after.
Commenting on the agreement, RNG Casino Manager for Kaizen Gaming, Dimokratis Papadimos, said…
“At Kaizen Gaming, we are constantly working towards the sole purpose of offering an unparalleled and completely safe experience to the people who choose us for their entertainment.
“In our effort to further strengthen Kaizen Gaming’s online Casino, we have finalized an agreement with Playson, the leading company in the casino gaming industry and we are confident that our customers will embrace this new partnership, which aims to satisfy their needs, with responsible gaming as the main focus.”
The collaboration is in keeping with the Greek operator’s continuing effort to enhance its premium offering, with its integration of successful Playson titles such as Zeus: Thunder Reels, Buffalo Power: Hold and Win, and Legend of Cleopatra: Megaways.
Account Manager for Playson, Christos Zoulianitis, used a company press release to say…
“We are delighted to sign with Kaizen Gaming, a leading operator with a strong foothold in the fast-growing Greek market.
“With an impressive variety of newly-launched titles and classic hits, we have continued to go from strength to strength across Europe and Latin America and partnering with innovative operators such as Kaizen Gaming has been integral to that success.”
The deal follows Kaizen Gaming’s recent addition to its executive team, after welcoming Julio Iglesias Hernando as its new chief commercial officer in its effort to “significantly boost” the company’s commercial and CRM functions.