Pariplay Ltd, one of the leading aggregators and game content providers, has announced its partnership with Kaizen Gaming, a Europe-based game tech company. The partnership will facilitate Pariplay’s entry into the global gaming market, an endeavor that the company has been trying for quite some time since its establishment in 2010.
As part of the contours of the agreement, Kaizen Gaming will be streaming the newly developed in-house casino games of Pariplay in regulated markets like Greece, Portugal, and Germany. In Greece, the games would be streamed via one of the flagship brands of Kaizen named Stoiximan, and in Portugal, Brazil, and Germany, the games would go live via another leading brand of Kaizen called Betano.
The new partnership will also enhance the brand value of Kaizen Gaming because of Kaizen’s association with the already established aggregation platform of Pariplay called Fusion™. Fusion™ features thousands of game titles from the leading games developers of the casino industry, and featuring those games undoubtedly would add value to the Kaizen platform. Fusion™ also enhances player value by providing an extensive suite of conversion and retention tools for game operators.
Pariplay Ltd, which operates under its parent company Aspire Global, has game development studios that boast of developing 100+ innovative casino slot games. The company aims at building its brand image to its clients through its wide range of customized gaming products solutions. It indulges its customers in responsible gaming by implementing innovative tools and policies within its systems. With Pariplay’s new game development team, Wizard Games, the company expects to revolutionize the iGaming industry. Its partnerships with leading companies in recent months is a giant leap towards that development.
Pariplay has already established its brand image as a leading B2B (business-to-business) games provider specializing mainly in games of chance and skill. Pariplay, with this new agreement with Kaizing Gaming, is all set to explore the regulated market of Romania, Brazil, Portugal, Greece, and Germany.