High 5 Games Gamesys Expand Online Gambling Offering

Published Sunday, November 09, 2014 - Online-Casinos.com
High 5 Games Gamesys Expand Online Gambling Offering

Last October High 5 Games and Gamesys decided to expand on their partnership to compete in a larger gambling market. Terrestrial, online, mobile and social games developer High 5 Games and online gaming operator Gamesys will mutually benefit from the move.

CEO at Gamesys, Lee Fenton commented back then, “We are excited to be extending our partnership with High 5 Games into Europe, High 5 Games is one of the world's top slots producers with whom we can offer a number of unique mechanics and themes,” Fenton added, “This extension in our relationship will enable us to continue to deliver the best range of content to our players whilst ensuring a completely fun, safe and quality online gaming experience.”

Now only a few months later High 5 Games is making use of the recently expanded partnership with Gamesys to launch a number of games in the European online gambling market. A variety of online casinos will offer the wide selection of virtual slot games all derived from its social and terrestrial venues available now in a for real money format in the United Kingdom and some European jurisdictions. The utilization if the High 5 Games VAULT remote game server that has been integrated with the U.K. located Gamesys online platforms. The future will see the partnership of the two companies launch an impressive offering of their premium gambling games presented on the Gamesys betting domains.

 High 5 Games said in a press release recently, “Expansion into Europe with new games and concepts in partnership with Gamesys, one of the most recognised and respected names in the industry, will enable High 5 Games to continue to provide new and exciting gaming opportunities for players worldwide. High 5 Games continues to actively develop opportunities and to work with governing bodies throughout Europe to continue its aim of premium games for all regulated territories.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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