Play’n Go adds content to FSB platform
The gaming platform provider FSB recently revealed a new agreement with Play’n Go. The deal entails that the game provider will roll-out its content to the FSB platform. Adding this unique piece to the puzzle that is FSB will increase the grasp of the company, both domestically and onto other markets. Deals like this have become more common these last few years, and there is an excellent reason why. Working together in this manner, all parties involved see an increase in revenue and growth.
As a result of this new partnership, FSB will arm itself with many new additions to their content library. The games featured will both be old classics such as Sea Hunter and Reactoonz. But also recent releases like the video-slot Rich Wilde and the Tome of Madness. One person who is eager about these recent developments is Play’n Go’s, UK sales manager, Stuart Trigwell. When asked about this deal, he had this to say. “We’re happy to partner with FSB, who are making waves in a competitive space.” He also said that Play’n Go welcomes the opportunity to spread their creative content via such a versatile platform. And that they can’t wait to see how the games perform across FSB’s global market span.
Only top suppliers
Play’n Go weren’t the only ones who saw it this way. David McDowell, CEO at FSB, added this. “We have been working in a targeted fashion to forge new casino alliances of late. Aiming to deliver a best-in-class casino solution with the most engaging products from the industry’s top suppliers to sit alongside our award-winning sports betting services. Like us, after taking home, the SBC Awards wins last December, Play’n GO have hit the ground running in 2019.” And it’s clear that with this collaboration they are presenting a compelling platform and content solution to any operator. Plus, to have Play’n Go onboard, with their game-changing titles, always give an edge in the competitive world of online gambling. As this is only the beginning of Play’n GO and FSB’s endeavour. It’s going to be interesting to see how the industry will receive the news and how far they can reach.