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Playson Signs a New Deal with Alphawin Casino to Incorporate Their Popular Games

Playson Secures the Latest Contract

Playson has entered into a new agreement with AlphaBET Gaming in order to promote both parties' interests.

With a strong foothold in the land-based industry, their business has expanded into the online space, and recently, they secured a local gaming license to operate in Bulgaria's regulated gaming market.

They may now deliver their full portfolio of products to the firm's online casino brand, Alpawin, as part of its expansion contract.

Their current agreement was motivated by Playson's proven record of generating games that are prominent with European players. This enables their newest partners, Alphawin, to launch with high-quality content.

Playson Secures the Latest Contract

Multiple Top Titles Will Be Included

The new agreement will see several of Playson's thrilling slot titles loaded onto the operator's platform, including Buffalo Power Megaways, 9 Happy Pharaohs, as well as Royal Coins: Hold and Win.

Additionally, the agreement extends the provider's entry into the Bulgarian industry and highlights the developer's ability to promote interaction among new online casino brands.

Playson Sales Director, Blanka Homor said “We are delighted to extend our presence in the Bulgarian market with the country’s newest online brand Alphawin”.

Homer added that “It’s an exciting time for the team at Alphawin as they embark on their online journey and we’re looking forward to playing our part and supplying the casino with our quality content.”

Lyubomir Zaharinov, CEO at AlphaBET Gaming, which is the company behind Alphawin mentioned that “Playson is one of the leading brands in the industry, so partnering with them holds significant value in Alphawin’s targeted expansion.

“We are thrilled to be working with such a well-known developer and believe its diverse range of games will support our online growth and strengthen our fundamental appeal to a broad base of customers.”