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Evoplay Entertainment widens UK and MGA reach with Playzido

7 December 2020, 09:52
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Innovative game development studio Evoplay Entertainment, whose name often appears in various gambling news, has bolstered its UK and Malta presence in a deal with the cutting-edge platform provider, Playzido.

Evoplay Entertainment widens UK and MGA reach with Playzido

Under the agreement, an immersive selection of the developer’s ground-breaking games will be rolled out via Playzido’s partnership network. Initially set to go live across its UK and MGA markets, several further jurisdictions are expected to follow as the partnership develops. 

A testament to the premium quality of its pioneering portfolio, Evoplay Entertainment’s diverse suite of titles have proven themselves on the global stage as hugely popular with the streaming and player communities.

Ready to meet the challenge set by the UK’s players, the provider has taken the casino industry by storm in 2020, with a diverse selection of titles designed to deliver a next-generation gaming experience.

Commenting on the deal, Vladimir Malakchi, CBDO at Evoplay Entertainment, said:   

“It’s been a hugely productive year at Evoplay Entertainment, and we’re thrilled to maintain that success with a major partnership covering a critical set of territories that we will be focusing heavily on throughout 2021.

“We’re all about introducing the next generation of gaming to players, with some of the most advanced tech on the market to power our gaming experience. We are delighted to be teaming up with Playzido to showcase our games to their stellar network – I’m sure they will prove to be a huge hit with players and partners alike.” 

Stuart Banks at Playzido added:

“Evoplay Entertainment has cemented itself as one of the iGaming industry’s most exciting content developers, so it’s fantastic to have a partner that shares our values when it comes to delivering player-first gaming experiences.

“Our platform is designed by and for operators, and we’ve got a proven track record of delivery for high-profile clients across the globe. I’m sure Evoplay Entertainment’s content will prove to be very popular.”

Testament to its dedicated approach to producing titles that make use of the latest in tech, the supplier was shortlisted for Game of the Year at this year’s EGR Operator Awards for its development of Dungeon: Immortal Evil, the industry’s first-ever RPG-based ‘hack and slash’ slot.

The studio has ambitious plans for the year ahead, with a host of launches planned around its development of next-generation gaming content, as well as an impressive pipeline of new market entrances. 

About Evoplay Entertainment 

Evoplay Entertainment is a game provider that was founded to revolutionize the iGaming user experience through innovative gameplay. Shortlisted for a host of EGR and SBC awards, it unveiled the industry’s first 3D/VR slots game at ICE 2018 and now boasts a portfolio that includes over 100 slots, table, and instant games. With a development center in Kyiv, Ukraine, and an office in Malta, the company has an established partnership network throughout Asia, the CIS, and Europe.

 About Playzido  

This is one of the most exciting and fast-growing B2B games platforms in the online gambling market, supplying games and platform technology to some of the biggest companies in the sector. Playzido is backed by shareholders that include the formidable Endemol Shine Group, the media business behind Deal or No Deal.

The platform features over 20 games from their flagship provider, Endemol Shine, in addition to dozens of games from cherry-picked suppliers. It’s growing games portfolio features a suite of exclusive TV branded titles, including the tremendously successful Deal or No Deal games. Playzido uses a bespoke version of Black Cow Technology’s cutting-edge OGA software and has established offices in London, Lisbon, and New Delhi.

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