Online gambling software developers to collaborate

News on 5 Jul 2011

Internet gambling software developers NextGen Gaming and Eyecon have announced an agreement that will see NextGen supply its games for distribution via Eyecon’s Maroon gaming platform.
The games include NextGen’s latest popular Spartan-themed ‘300 Shields’ as well as the classic title ‘Doctor Love‘.
Maroon is a technology platform developed from Eyecon’s early experience in online gaming software development, and allows for the easy creation and distribution of games across a broad range of markets.
NextGen CEO Matt Davey said, “Eyecon’s presence in both European and Asian markets offers new opportunities for NextGen to distribute its games”.
Steve Woodgate, chief executive of Eyecon said: “NextGen’s games appeal to players of all levels, and have proven themselves to online casino operators. We look forward to releasing these games to our customers in the near future”.
It’s been a busy week for NexGen, which earlier announced a games supply deal with Playtech‘s Gaming Technology Solutions that includes its new Mad Mad Monkey and Medusa online slots.
Good Asian prospects for Plus-Five Gaming operators
The Isle of Man-based mahjong software provider Mahjong Logic, Ltd., has inked a new licensing agreement with online gambling white label supplier Plus-Five Gaming that allows Plus-Five to look toward the Asia market with a product that is the most played game throughout the region.
“This partnership opens the door to an additional player base for the emerging game of online mahjong,” said Jonas Alm, Mahjong Logic chief exec.   “Plus-Five Gaming has a large list of reputable online gaming partners and licensees with a reach to a market that we are confident represent a large growth potential for our company.”
Mahjong Logic says that the uncertainty clouding the online poker market following Black Friday means that internet mahjong has become an attractive alternative for growth in peer to peer online gaming.
The game has wide spread popularity in the growing marketplace in Asia and many jurisdictions view it as a true game of skill which allows for more valid payment processing solutions.
Mark Jones, marketing and business development director of Plus-Five Gaming said the deal with Mahjong Logic filled a gap in the product offering of his company and that it answered requests partners and licensee customers who have asked for an online mahjong solution.

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