AGS Announces Agreement with GVC Holdings PLC to Provide Third-Party Game Aggregation Through AGS iGaming Platform
Company Strikes Monumental Deal with Leading Sports Betting and Gaming Group, Giving GVC Access to 600+ Games
LAS VEGAS, August 28, 2018 – PlayAGS, Inc. (NYSE: AGS) (“AGS” or the “Company”), a leading designer and supplier of electronic gaming machines, table games, and interactive products and services for the global gaming industry, today announced an agreement to provide third-party slot content aggregation for real-money wagering to GVC Holdings PLC (“GVC”), one of the world’s largest sports betting and gaming groups.
Under this agreement, AGS’s iGaming Platform, acquired through the June 2018 purchase of Gameiom Technologies Limited, will provide GVC with a seamless aggregation solution and access to AGS’s full library of aggregation partners and more than 600 games from well-respected game developers including 1x2 Gaming, AGS, Ainsworth Game Technology, Gaming Realms, and Reflex Gaming, among others.
AGS President and Chief Executive Officer David Lopez said, “Partnerships like this one with GVC, which owns such powerful brands as Ladbrokes, Coral, bwin, partypoker, Sportingbet, PartyCasino, and Foxy Bingo, are exactly why we acquired Gameiom. Through our powerful iGaming Platform, we will provide GVC with robust and secure delivery of AGS and third-party slot content for an incredible online and mobile player experience that truly gives GVC an edge in the competitive real-money gaming space.”
GVC Head of Content and Commercial Management Andy Whitworth said, “As a real-money gaming aggregator, AGS, with the recent acquisition of Gameiom, already has an impressive portfolio of content and is committed to bringing on more high-quality suppliers to ensure we give our customers an exciting player experience and diverse library of games and play features. That, coupled with AGS’s robust, scalable, and easily integrated iGaming Platform, gave us the confidence to enter into such an important agreement that we expect to grow with time.”