Amaya Scores With Online Casino Content Deal

Published Tuesday, April 01, 2014 -
Amaya Scores With Online Casino Content Deal

The companies that support the online casinos and poker rooms are doing well with competition as hot as it gets. Many are infected with the need to excel in the business of producing new and innovative software. Montreal Canada based Amaya Gaming provides a full suite of gaming products and services including casino, poker, sports book, as well as other gambling products.  The company has been growing at a fantastic rate and has created a presence in most all of the larger regulated gambling jurisdictions on the planet boasting offices in Europe and Latin America.

Amaya Gaming Group Inc. recently announced one of its subsidiaries has entered into a licensing deal with Fertitta Acquisitions Co, LLC, d/b/a Ultimate Gaming. Amaya has agreed to supplying Ultimate Gaming in New Jersey USA casino content. Ultimate Gaming’s Chief Executive Officer, Tobin Prior commented on the selection of Amaya as the content supplier for the Ultimate Casino, "We are excited to provide Ultimate Casino's players with access to Amaya's leading selection of online casino content," Prior continued,  "Providing high quality, engaging and entertaining games from top content providers like Amaya is key to delivering the best possible experience to our players."

David Baazov, CEO of Amaya Gaming also commented on the contract, "We're extremely pleased to add Ultimate Gaming to our growing list of licensees providing our online casino content for real money gaming in New Jersey," Baazov added, "Having established a strong reach in the nascent U.S. market, we will be looking to increase our market share on our licensee's websites by providing new and innovative gaming content, an increasing selection of HTML5 games, and online and mobile versions of popular game titles that are currently on our land-based gaming machines.

Amaya says its meeting its expectations and has doubled its revenue last year.









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