International Game Technology has signed an agreement with the Game Account Network, to provide online premium games for the launch of the MoneyGaming casino website.
Game Account Network is one of the largest games communities in the world where players can compete for real-money prizes against other players, and it is anticipated that more network partners will add the IGT portfolio of games following this agreement. MoneyGaming is the first site operating under the Game Account Network to leverage IGT’s top performing game titles via the IGT rgsTM (remote game server) system.
Under the terms of the agreement, more than 70 IGT games, including Star Trek, the hugely popular new IGT online release, have gone live on the Moneygaming.com site.
IGT’s rgs system enables an operator to optimise its online game mix by adding IGT’s online games to the operator’s current iGaming platform without investing in a new casino system.
Alex Kelly, IGT vice president of Interactive, said, “Working with MoneyGaming and the Game Account Network presents a fantastic opportunity for IGT. We expect this agreement to be the beginning of a long-term partnership, and we look forward to helping them expand into new European markets. I am delighted IGT is the game supplier of choice for Moneygaming.com and its loyal core of high-value players.”
Per Petersen, marketing director of MoneyGaming, said, “Finding the right games provider to sit alongside the Game Account Network games was a vital step ahead of the launch of Moneygaming.com. IGT is the perfect partner for us because of their unsurpassed portfolio of player-favourite content. Thanks to this deal, the new Moneygaming.com site will feature the best online games in the market coupled with unique content.”
IGT provides online and mobile gaming solutions for regulated markets through its global Interactive division, which was created by the merger of the company’s WagerWorks and Million-2-1 groups.
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IGT Supplies Online Premium Games to MoneyGaming.com
June 9, 2011