Playtech launches its “largest studio development” with bet365

Playtech has agreed to sell up to Aristocrat.
Playtech has agreed to sell up to Aristocrat.

The gambing technology provider’s new development is built across two studios.

UK.- The gambling technology provider Playtech has launched what it describes as the “largest-scale studio development” in its 22-year history in collaboration with long-term partner bet365.

The development involves two individual studios with 12 seven-seat blackjack tables, two classic single-zero roulette, three baccarat and two all bets blackjack tables. 

Kevin Kilminster, head of live casino innovation at Playtech, said: “We are extremely proud that bet365 has chosen to partner with Playtech to create new and engaging content for their customers. It is fantastic to see one of our most prestigious partners taking the opportunity to build bespoke content and utilising the vast knowledge and experience that the Playtech Live team has to offer.” 

Alongside the tables, the new studios host an exclusive multiplier roulette game named Super Spin Roulette, which has been built as part of a collaborative partnership with bet365. Players will experience a random multiplier revealed during each spin. 

Kilminster said: “Super Spin Roulette is genuinely one of a kind and the gameplay experience is very exciting. Both new studios are designed to an incredible standard, and this is a testament to Playtech’s scale and innovation when it comes to supporting our partners. We look forward to continuing our strong and successful partnership with this world-class operator.”

Founded in 1999, Playtech is to be acquired by Australia’s Aristocrat for £2.7bn. However, a potential bidder, JKO Play, led by former F1 team owner Eddie Jordan, has been given an extended deadline until January 26 to submit a rival bid for the company.

See also: Playtech launches live casino studio in Zürich

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