June 25, 2020 written by

Playson and Condor Gaming join forces

Playson recently announced a new partnership with Condor Gaming. This agreement will mean Playson’s portfolio of games will launch on Condor Gaming’s range of online casino operators.

The online casinos run by Condor Gaming include some of the leading brands in the industry, such as Rembrandt Casino, Casino Sieger, Big5Casino, and 24Bettle Casino. Thanks to the new deal, these casinos will now have full access to Playson’s collection of top games.

This new partnership with Condor Gaming comes in the wake of Playson’s other signings in recent months. Through these deals, Playson is extending its reach and becoming an even stronger force in the online gaming industry.


Playson is one of the casino market’s top game developers which operates in numerous jurisdictions across the globe. They focus on providing innovative, omni-channel casino games that will engage and entertain players of all levels.

Some of Playson’s hit games include Solar Queen, Rise of Egypt, Book of Gold: Double Chance, and their very popular Funky Fruits series. Their slots contain many exciting features such as free spins, jackpots, and Wilds that combine to create a fun gaming experience.

The casinos operated by Condor Gaming will now have access to these slot titles, and more. This will give more players in even more territories across the world the opportunity to enjoy Playson’s work.

Condor Gaming is currently regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority and targets markets like Germany and Finland. So, Playson’s reach and influence will be particularly developed in these European areas.

Moreover, Playson’s engagement tools will also be available on Condor Gaming’s casinos. Designed to enhance player retention, these tools include Seamless Play, Free Spins, Jackpots, and Tournaments with regular prize drops.

“great entertainment to all our customers”

Lars Kollind, Business Development Manager at Playson, said: “Signing this partnership with Condor Gaming has helped us further expand our audience and deliver our games to new players across Europe.

“The operator has five very distinctive brands and we look forward to providing them all with our slots in the months and years to come.”

Meanwhile, Chris McGowan, Casino Manager at Condor Gaming, said:

“Playson’s games are well respected in the gambling industry and its engagement tools have proven very popular with players. 

“We’re delighted to add the company’s slot content to our casino offering and believe its portfolio will provide great entertainment to all our customers.”

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