Gamesys Signs a 5-Year Exclusive Content Deal with Gaming Arts

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Gamesys Signs A 5-Year Exclusive Content Deal With Gaming Arts

Gamesys, a part of Bally’s corporation, has been reported to notch a five-year exclusive content agreement with Gaming Arts.

With the agreement coming into force, Gaming Arts games will be featured in the Gamesys global portfolio. Gaming Arts also signs up to develop new games exclusively for Gamesys in the future. This is sure to eventually bring Gaming Arts titles to best online NJ casinos.

This is a truly defining moment for Gaming Arts. As one of our first forays into online gaming, we couldn’t be more pleased than to partner with Gamesys/Bally to deliver our exciting game portfolio to online real money global gaming markets everywhere.

Mike Dreitzer CEO of Gaming Arts

Currently, Gamesys offers online casino and bingo games under several brands, including Jackpotjoy, Virgin Games, Botemania, Vera&John, Heart Bingo, Megaways, Rainbow Riches Casino, and Monopoly Casino. From now on, players will also enjoy the famous online bingo titles made by Gaming Arts, such as Super Hardway Bingo and Super Bonanza Spin & Win. The deal is the industry’s second after Boyd Interactive acquires Pala Interactive, and the first Gaming Arts move into the iGaming world.

The financial terms of the agreement have not been disclosed yet, but it seems like a potentially meaningful agreement for both parties.

Bally is delighted to partner with Gaming Arts and to have exclusive access to their popular and proven game portfolio for use in online gaming. We look forward to expanding our relationship with Gaming Arts across multiple channels.

Nick Wright SVP Business Development, Interactive at Bally Corporation

About Gaming Arts

Gaming Arts is a provider of slots, keno, bingo, and emerging technologies. It’s licensed in 150 jurisdictions, including Latin America, North America, and South Africa.

About Gamesys

Gamesys is a UK-based internet gaming company acquired by Bally corporation in 2021. Bally’s largest acquisition of $2.7 billion seems to pay off: the company has reported adjusted earnings of almost $70 million in only the final three months of 2021.

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