Proactive Online Gambling To Service PAF

Published Saturday, May 31, 2014 - Online-Casinos.com
Proactive Online Gambling To Service PAF

Ålands Penningautomatförening or PAF is a Finnish company that operates a legal gambling monopoly on the Åland Islands, Finland. PAF also has an Internet-based gambling and gaming operation, in addition to operating and maintaining casino and gaming activities on a large number of cruiseferries. The purpose of PAF is to generate funds for humanitarian and social causes on the Åland Islands. PAF also has subsidiaries in Sweden and Estonia.

A recent move by PAF sees Parlay Entertainment a Canadian firm being replaced by Swedish games developer Proactive Gaming as its games supplier. A new bingo product "Parlay5" is also going to be handled by Proactive beginning next year after the Parlay Entertainment contract expires. Kim Johansson PAF’s Head of Games commented on the new partnership saying together they, "hope to develop the industry’s best bingo product.”

The CEO for Proactive Gaming Paul Burman looks at the new arrangement as a "relationship very much a match made in heaven." Burman calls PAF a "dream partner" calling the online casino "a standard bearer for great customer care, their profit goes to public good and they have a deep experience of gaming.”

Proactive Gaming is a gaming technology development firm based in Sweden. The company claims the quality of its advanced true 3D software is capable of creating poker, card games, bingo and lottery games that have exceptional game flow, graphical content and low system requirements. Its 2012 no-download platform was built with the state of the art techniques which has multiple language capability and top notch back-office systems and software that is secure and scalable. The platform also combines social casino features that focuses on enhancing the player’s gaming experience.

PAF continues to provide help to social needs in its jurisdiction. The PAF Group is well-established as an international gaming operator that continues to generate profits for good causes and so far has distributed as much as €160 million to various charities.

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