Aristocrat is the kind of company that has been serving the Australian public for many years and its success prompted it to expand beyond borders.
This brought them in the spotlight for good reasons and it was only a matter of time until it caught the eye of OpenBet.
This leading sports and online gaming software supplier has made a deal with Aristocrat, which will have several consequences, all of them positive. To start with, and OpenBet is going to attack the best games developed by their new partnership and with them in their online offer.
It goes without saying that casinos that rely on their applications will be the main beneficiaries, as they will be able to provide their own members with the latest technologies and fresh gains.
Mybet Casino has already jumped on the bandwagon and is expected to have the entire games package available by the end of October. Aristocrat is still serving the Australian public with the same commitment it did many as before, but it has spanned its influence over 200 jurisdictions worldwide.
They run some of the best electronic gaming machines and the casinos that rely on them to provide this sort of services are not disappointed.
The first game that proved to be a massive hit goes by the name of Geisha and the next installment set another milestone. Wicked Winnings has tens of thousands of fans all over the world and it bears so many similarities with the title available in brick-and-mortar casino, that those who make the transition to online gambling fall in love with it right away.
This is why the partnership with Aristocrat was lavishly praised by the CEO of OpenBet in his recent statements.
David Loveday acknowledge the fact that by signing this agreement with an industry leader, they will get the chance to put the OpenBet’s leading platform to good use.
The software developers will have the opportunity of delivering that top-notch content much faster and reach a wider audience.
This opinion is shared by Sam Nickless who acts as the managing director and emerging businesses and strategy for Aristocrat. He reminded the media that this is only the first step of a multiyear partnership that his company plans to honor and potentially expand when it eventually expires.