June deals within the online gaming industry
09 July 2015
Every day the iGaming industry surprises with new players, new operators and even mergers. Sales are growing steadily and many investments are being made. The competitive situation of the growing iGaming industry remains healthy and friendly which can also be observed at the numerous events and conferences, where the main focus lies on the power of networking. Besides the companies and operators that benefit the players are the ones that especially benefit from a higher quality of products and more and more sophisticated features. This way the customers will always enjoy a better gaming experience that is offered. One can even argue that the players are the ones that benefit the most from these deals with a larger portfolio of games of all kinds. But this June it was also a great month for many companies that established new partnerships and even content offerings added to a great month for the online gaming industry. In the following you will find some of the greatest offers and news.
NYX Gaming Strikes Deal with Nektan PLC The online casino software developer NYX Gaming has partnered with the internationally operating B2B gaming and white label gaming platform provider Nektan PLC. Nextgen Gaming provides, amongst others, the software for 888 Casino. NYX currently offers an impressive portfolio of over 350 games, including 150 titles HTML5 for mobile phones and tablets, so that this deal could especially be interesting for mobile gamers.
New partnerships of Betdigital The UK-based iGaming system developer Betdigital has initiated several partnerships with prominent suppliers with regards to market a number of new slot machines. Tenders will affect games from Microgaming, Playtech and Openbet. In addition, the software company also agreed on a deal with the online gambling giant William Hill.
Merger talks Ladbrokes and Gala Coral Group One of the biggest news in June this year was the confirmation of the merger talks between the great British gambling company Ladbrokes and the Gala Coral Group. It was CEO Jim Mullen of Ladbrokes, which confirmed the news and added that the deal could be very valuable for both companies. There are a few hurdles that need to be overcome before signing a merger, these include the status of the betting shops as well as the debts of Gala Coral.