Mr Green Adds Playson Products to Arsenal

February 17th, 2016

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Mr Green Adds Playson Products to Arsenal

Mr Green's online casino gaming fields are now a little bit greener thanks to a recent deal with Malta-based software developer, Playson. After closing the deal at the end of January, Mr Green announced that it will be rolling out Playson's suite of 30+ video slot games over the coming weeks, as part of an ongoing plan to expand its offering and become a global iGaming heavyweight.

Mr Green, which has won numerous accolades at the Gaming Awards over last three years, currently offers just over 300 online slots, including major titles such as Game of Thrones and Guns N' Roses.

Cross-Channel Compatibility is Crucial

Thanks to its new deal with Playson, Mr Green Casino will now be able to offer a host of new omni-channel video slots (games that work across various virtual channels, including online and mobile) such as Gold Rush, Wild Hunter and Easter Delights.

In addition to slots, Playson also offers a unique Blackjack game, Roulette with betting limits starting at just £0.01, and two Video Poker games (Double Joker and Sevens Wild), all of which will be added to Mr Green's platform in the coming weeks.

Commenting on the new partnership, Mr Green's CEO, Bo Wänghammer, explained that Playson's expertise in Flash and HTML5 casino games made it an appealing option for his company's current expansion plans.

"We're always on the lookout for exciting and innovative games, and so Playson were a natural choice to add to the extensive Mr Green portfolio."

Indeed, with mobile gaming becoming increasingly important in the casino world, Mr Green's decision to incorporate more omni-channel games into its platform is clearly a wise one.

In 2014, the growth of mobile gaming started to become apparent across all industries. According to Eilers Research, 46% of social gaming revenue was generated via mobile apps in 2014. The trend continued into 2015, pushing Mr Green and its iGaming peers to make mobile games a more integral part of their business plans going forward.

Playson Becoming a Major Player

The deal with Mr Green is the latest in several major developments for Playson over the last couple of years. The company also closed a deal with Gaming1 in December 2015, adding to its list of established partnerships with companies such as iSoftbet and Leander Games.

These recent deals and partnerships have helped Playson become one of the most active casino software developers in the market. Although its current range of games and list of partners are still a few paces behind more established companies such as Microgaming and NetEnt, its presence in the industry is certainly growing.

As well as adding Playson's suite of 30+ games to its platform, Mr Green will be working with the developer to add new slots and table games throughout the year. To experience all the perks that come from this stellar partnership, head over to Mr Green Casino today!

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