Leander Games has received another boost to its North American interests after signing a distribution deal for its content with Pala Interactive.
The deal means Leander’s portfolio of games and those of its partners will be available for play on the CanPlayCasino offering, an igaming website powered by the Pala
Interactive gaming platform and operated by the Abenakis du Wolinak first nation.
Steven Matsell, chief executive at Leander Games, said the agreement was important given the pace of developments in the US with regard to gaming and betting. “Pala are among a handful of North American gaming operators which are cleverly positioned when it comes to opportunities in North America and we are delighted they have seen the potential in our library of exciting content.”
Leander’s LeGa remote gaming server supplies client operators with a selection of third-party and in-house games including the popular Ave Caesar game.
Jim Ryan, chief executive at Pala Interactive, added: “The focus has already switched to who can provide what in the North America and we are delighted to be adding such high-class games.
“This deal brings with it a wealth of games and content, readymade for our players. I know
from previous experience that originality in content is vital when it comes to both attracting
and retaining players, so we are delighted to be able to rely upon the Leander resource and, of course, the company’s exciting slate of future releases.”