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Les jeux de machine à sous de Playtech font leurs débuts en Italie !

LONDON, December 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Playtech, concepteur, développeur et concédant de licences international en matière de logiciels destinés à l'industrie des jeux en ligne, mobiles, sur téléviseur et terrestres, est fier d'être le premier fournisseur à lancer des machines à sous en ligne et un réseau de jeux progressifs en combinaison sur le marché italien.

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Suite au lancement de jeux de tables de casino et de tables de poker en argent réel, plus de 30 des machines à sous progressives et non progressives hautement performantes de Playtech seront mises en ligne aujourd'hui en Italie. Parmi ces jeux figurent des titres de marque populaires tels que Mummy, Pink Panther, King Kong et Monty Python's Spamalot, ainsi que neuf jeux de la marque Marvel. Chacun d'eux a été spécifiquement adapté pour l'Italie, avec de nombreuses fonctionnalités clés personnalisées conformément aux règlementations du marché.

Compte tenu de la popularité des terminaux de loterie vidéo (TLV) et autres formats de jeux de casino sur le marché italien, le lancement de nouveaux jeux de machine à sous et de machines à sous progressives extrêmement séduisantes offre aux détenteurs de licences italiens une opportunité exceptionnelle d'étendre leur portée à de nouveaux canaux.

Amir Askarov, directeur de la division Casino, a déclaré : « Nous sommes extrêmement ravis d'accueillir l'Italie au sein de notre portefeuille de contenu de premier plan. Nos machines à sous de grande renommée alliées à un immense réseau de jeux d'argent sont certaines d'offrir un succès fulgurant sur ce marché. Le casino de Playtech possède déjà la part de marché la plus importante et nous sommes confiants quant à la poursuite de notre croissance en Italie, tandis que nous prévoyons de lancer notre portefeuille de machines à sous sur mobiles et sur la plateforme EdGE pour l'onglet de jeux avec différents opérateurs en 2013. »

À propos de Playtech

Playtech développe des contenus et des plateformes logicielles unifiées destinés au secteur des jeux en ligne et aux casinos traditionnels, tout en proposant une gamme de services annexes de marketing, d'hébergement ou encore des services de gestion de la relation client (GRC).

La capacité du groupe permet aux joueurs d'accéder à une solution logicielle ou clé en main intégrée sur des réseaux de jeux en ligne, de diffusion, sur mobiles et sur serveurs, au moyen d'un seul et unique compte.

Parmi les nouveaux détenteurs de licences figurent des opérateurs en ligne existants qui se sont mis à niveau ou qui ont diversifié leur offre, des groupes de casinos physiques, des sociétés parrainées par des gouvernements telles que les loteries, et de nouveaux arrivants faisant leurs débuts sur la scène du jeu en ligne, en particulier sur les marchés nouvellement régulés.

Fondée en 1999, Playtech emploie quelque 2 000 personnes au sein de centres de développement répartis dans cinq pays. Ses principales applications de jeu incluent le casino, le poker, le bingo, les paris sportifs, les jeux en direct, les jeux sur mobiles et réseaux sociaux, les jeux de hasard et ceux à cote fixe.

Renseignements complémentaires : http://www.playtech.com

Contact :

Mor Weizer, PDG
David Mathewson, directeur financier
chez Pelham Bell Pottinger
+44-(0)20-7861-3232

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