July 24, 2020 written by

Playson partners with two new brands

Playson, a leading content developer for the online gaming industry, recently agreed two new partnerships which look set to improve its casino offerings.

Over the years Playson have become a top brand in the casino industry, offering over 60 omni-channel games in over 17 jurisdictions.

They have agreed new content distribution deals with BOSS. Gaming Solutions and SuperSport during July. They are two very different brands in the industry, but both will help Playson to extend its reach.

This news comes after Playson’s recent partnership with Condor Gaming.

BOSS. Gaming Solutions

BOSS. is a top software developer that specialises in creating gaming solutions for land-based and online casinos.

Thanks to this new partnership, BOSS. will integrate Playson’s portfolio of slots onto its iGaming platform.

The casinos that BOSS. operates- Boss Casino and Bootlegger Casino- will also feature Playson’s slots through this deal.

Some of Playson’s top slot games that they will be able to integrate onto their platforms include Legend of Cleopatra, Sevens & Fruits, Solar Queen, Solar Temple, and Pearl Beauty: Hold and Win, as well as the popular Funky Fruits series.

Furthermore, BOSS. will also have access to Playson’ range of engagement tools, including Free Spins, Jackpots, Seamless Play, and Tournaments with daily prize drops.

On this new partnership, Lars Kollind, Business Development Manager at Playson, said:

“We’re delighted to have partnered with BOSS. Gaming Solutions as we continue with our efforts to make Playson games available to as many players possible across Europe and beyond. 

“This latest deal once again demonstrates the appeal of our premium slots for those looking to improve their casino offering. We’re looking forward to working with the great team at BOSS. Gaming Solutions and integrating our content onto its fast-expanding platform offering. 

Meanwhile, Jeff Letlat, CEO at BOSS. Gaming Solutions said:

“Playson have a strong reputation for developing quality games and are exactly the type of content provider that we want to offer through our solutions. 

“This is an important deal as it will allow us to offer some of the industry’s best performing games to our customer base.”


Playson also recently partnered with SuperSport in another content distribution deal.

SuperSport is Croatia’s major online sportsbook brand and, like BOSS., it will integrate Playson’s titles onto its online casino.

So players will soon be able to enjoy Playson classics like Timeless Fruit Slots, Buffalo Power: Hold and Win, and the Funky Fruits Series on SuperSport.

The deal will also give SuperSport access to Playson’s player retention tools like Free Spins and Tournaments.

As SuperSport is a leading, global name in the online gaming market, this deal will help extend Playson’s reach into new markets.

Blanka Homor, Sales Director at Playson, praised the new deal:

“We are thrilled to team up with Croatia’s most prominent operator in SuperSport, in a move that cements our leading credentials as a premium supplier of quality slots. 

“With a packed game collection boasting widespread appeal, alongside an engagement toolkit that is proven to drive player retention, we’re ready to deliver for our latest operating partner.” 

Tugomil Cerovecki, Online Casino Manager at SuperSport followed by saying:

“Playson’s absorbing portfolio is enjoyed by an ever-growing legion of global fans, so we are very pleased to partner with the company.

“The provider’s premium quality games, in particular its Timeless Fruit Slots and Funky Fruits portfolios, will undoubtedly help us to continue standing out in a competitive commercial environment.”

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