Pariplay Adds Playson Games to Boost FUSION Offering
Pariplay, a small but popularised iGaming developer, has just strengthened their game aggregation platform, FUSION with a full portfolio of games supplied by Playson. This means access to over 40 mobile-ready titles that includes premium slots, as well as table and card games.
Launched in the beginning of 2016, the FUSION content network currently consists of top content supplied by Microgaming, iSoftBet, Jumpman Gaming, Evolution Gaming, NetEnt, Scientific Games, Bally Wulff and 8 more software providers. The list of games also includes Pariplay’s proprietary releases, including the branded content from Atari, NBC Universal Studios, C3 Entertainment, and Valiant Comics.
Playson is a popular Malta-based iGaming content provider who is better known for its beautifully crafted video slots, including Time Warp Guardian, Dancing Dragon, Art of the Heist, Dracula’s Family, SpellCraft, Down the Pub, and the most recent Fruitful Siesta, with unique Wild Flips and a 215,700-coin jackpot.
On top of the slots, Pariplay casinos will now also offer a few video poker games, such as Wild Sevens and Double Joker Poker, plus table games like blackjack and roulette with track. As we’d expect, the entire collection is also built in HTML5, making them compatible with most smartphones and tablets too. As far as global reach and regulation are concerned, then Pariplay holds licenses with licensing authorities in Alderney, Gibraltar and UK.
Here’s what Adrian Bailey, General Manager at Pariplay, has to add to the new partnership: “We’re delighted to continue to diversify the games available in our FUSION content network through our partnership with Playson. Playson’s slots, video poker and table games complement our own titles, and ensure that the selection of content available to operators integrated with FUSION has never been stronger. Our content network provides new and expanding iGaming brands with the ability to significantly strengthen their offering through one simple integration.”
Adam Daniel, Playson’s Managing Director, also added: “We at Playson have greatly enjoyed our collaboration with Pariplay. Their people, technologies and professionalism are exemplary, which makes their industry-leading position so very easy to understand. We’re looking forward to many more years of successful collaboration with Pariplay.”
That being said, would you recommend Playson games? If so, which game would you recommend or would steer away from? Leave your comments below.