Cryptologic Signs Up with Two Online Operators
Cryptologic, now known as Amaya Gaming Group Company, has announced that it has signed new agreements with Everest Gaming and Ladbrokes which will further cement the fantastic relationships that they enjoy with these two top online gaming operators.
Ian Price, Vice President of Operations at Cryptologic, said that the agreements with Everest Gaming and Ladbrokes confirm how popular Cryptologic games are with their customers as well as the quality of the gaming content and the value that they add to their licensees.
Cryptologic has been working with Everest Gaming, which is a subsidiary of the BetClic Everest Group, since 2009. In terms of the new agreement at least eight of Cryptologic’s award winning casino slot games will be launched at Everest with the first game having gone live in May. The other titles will be added during the following few months. The new games will launch at all of Everest Gaming’s flagship brands which include Imperial Casino, Everest Casino and Casino Elegance. Director of Casino at Everest, Etienne Leroy said that he was looking forward to building on their relationship with Cryptologic in the future.
Cryptologic and Ladbrokes have signed a new multi-year agreement in terms of which Cryptologic will license a suite of its leading branded casino games to Ladbrokes, two of which have been licensed to them under the earlier agreement and a minimum of ten more being added now. Four of the new games, which include Cubis, Batman and Bejeweled, are already running on Ladbroke’s Games portal and the remaining six games will be launched over the following few months. Head of Casino & Games at Ladbrokes eGaming, Richard Poole, said that he is delighted to extend the agreement with Cryptologic.