All online casino brands owned by the company will now carry Playson games.
BOSS. Gaming Solutions, the industry leading software developer, platform provider and multiple casino brand owner has announced the terms of a strategic content collaboration deal with Playson, the international games developer which supplies cutting-edge innovative content in over 17 regulated jurisdictions.
The agreement provides the BOSS. Gaming Solutions platform and its online casino brands including BOSS Casino, OLE!bet and Bootlegger Casino with access to a portfolio of compelling content with games such as Solar Temple, Solar Queen and God of Wild Sea alongside the highly popular Funky Fruits series and Timeless Fruit slots portfolio.
Commenting on the Deal, Alex Ivshin, CEO at Playson remarked: “We are excited to partner with BOSS. Gaming Solutions and see our flagship games available to the players across all their brands.”
In reaction, Jeff Letlat, CEO at BOSS. Gaming Solutions, said: “We are beyond excited to be adding Playson to our collection of games suppliers and expanding our games library further with their excellent and varied offering. This collaboration further cements the commitment by BOSS. Gaming Solutions to provide the best possible entertainment destination online, allowing players to immediately enjoy the latest titles and most exciting gaming experiences.”
A popular feature of the BOSS. Gaming Solutions platform, is the ability it gives players to try out games from some of the best suppliers in the industry on demo mode. By using the demo mode feature, players are able to familiarise themselves with the game dynamics and in the process build an all-round understanding of what exactly is on offer before playing for real money.
In addition to slots and video slots, the platform also features highly popular online games including video poker, casual and table games, scratch cards as well as many other popular titles from leading internationally recognised suppliers.
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