Foreign online casino operators, the historic enemy of the US land based casinos, are getting all friendly like towards the US casinos. The new turn of attitudes is likely based on the billions of dollars up for grabs if and when the US legalizes and regulates online gambling. When the licenses go up for grabs, it will be beneficial for the foreign operators to have alliances in place with land based casinos in the US.
With the possibility that when the US regulates online gaming, the new regulations will favor the US land based casinos already under regulation in the US, it only makes sense that oversea casino operators will receive an advantage by having partnerships with the US casinos.
Before UIGEA, foreign operators and US casinos like Harrah’s and MGM were mortal enemies. But with the change in the political climate, both sides need each other right now.
John Shepherd, of PartyGaming, one of many companies wanting to get back into the US market, told Bloomberg News recently that “When the act was signed into law, we stopped taking wagers from the US and effectively gave up 75 percent of our business in one go”.
Partnerships between US land based casinos and foreign online operators seem destined. Harrah’s and 888.com are already in agreements for working together in European business, and are likely to join up for the US market. PartyGaming is already working to create a network with several US land based casinos.
Pariplay, a leading supplier of innovative products such as the Ignite Studio development program and Fusion platform, continues to reach more and more Switzerland's growing regulated market where they announced their latest deal with Swiss casinos, which will deliver online content from the provider for leading casinos to swisscasinos.ch players.
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Swiss Casinos is a leading operator in the Swiss land-based casino market and they are operating with casinos in Zurich, St.
One of the leading global slot developers, Booongo is expanding its reach further into the regulated iGaming market of Latin America, by signing a content distribution deal with Peru-based online platform Wargos Technology.
By the terms of this deal...
…the provider’s whole range of slots will be integrated with the Peruvian platform, as well as available to its network of operators.
One of the leading online operators, Videoslots, has just announced it is partnering with India-based Rocksalt Interactive to bring their games over to its many punters.
Players on Videoslots brands will be able to take a spin in the magical forests of Woodland Fairy, a mobile-first offering featuring bright and vivid colors, extra spins, and multipliers.
The operator is hoping to enhance its portfolio of slots and offer even more choice to punters.