Pariplay Will Debut in California, New York and Florida

Pariplay Will Debut in California, New York and Florida

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Last month Pariplay has announced a new partnership with Nevada-based GameAccount Network (GAN). According to the contract, Pariplay will provide GAN with its content, and data aggregator tools.

Mr. Andrew Maclean, Director of Sales at Pariplay notes that

Partnership with GAN will facilitate Pariplay’s debut in more US states. Success in New Jersey inspired the company to offer its products in Florida, California, and New York. American markets never stop growing and offering new opportunities for industry businesses. Partnership with GameAccount Network once again proves the relevance of Pariplay’s products in the US iGaming industry.

Mr. Maclean notes that, according to feedback gathered from players, European and American gamblers have similar tastes in what it comes to iGaming. Thus, Pariplay will supply the US market with products that have been successful in Europe.

The Sales Director further presents Pariplay’s products saying that

The company’s products that count more than 120 will satisfy the desires of each and every player regardless of whether they prefer all-time classics or want to experiment with new games. The games are not only different in styles but also levels and difficulty.

Mr. Andrew Maclean also stresses that they have a long-term strategy for the US market and they believe the Fusion platform will offer the US-licensed operators not only its extensive number of games but also other iGaming solution to fulfill their potential.

Ignite platform alongside Fusion will enable to creation and distribution of their content through the latter’s data aggregation platform.

Of course, Pariplay is not going to offer the US market only its European content. It has already secured deals with leading studios to supply the US players and operators with exclusive content thus making the company’s content even more exclusive.

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