Live roulette specialist Authentic Gaming has entered into a global partnership with online casino platform provider Aspire Global

Including a number of jurisdictions, such as the UK, Sweden and Denmark, Aspire is to take on-board the firm’s entire suite of live roulette titles, including Authentic Roulette and Blaze Roulette, which will be made available to players at the operator’s roster of brands.

Jov Spiero, VP of B2B at Aspire Global, said of the link-up: “Live dealer is now a major contributor to the growth of online casino brands and we at Aspire Global want to ensure our players have access to a full suite of top-quality live dealer games.

“In that regard, partnering with Authentic Gaming was an absolute must as their live roulette titles are genuinely unique and provide an unrivalled player experience.”

Furthermore, Aspire, which announced that it had reached a retrospective €13.7m settlement with the Israeli Tax Authority earlier this month, has also taken on Authentic’s premium tables package. This will enable players to sit down at roulette tables located at some of the world’s most prestigious casinos, including Connecticut’s Foxwoods Casino Resort and Royal Casino in Denmark.

Authentic states that as a result “Aspire Global casino brands will be able to drive new player acquisition through the familiarity and uniqueness of these roulette tables”.

The operator will also have access to Authentic Gaming’s live banners marketing tool to promote the provider’s live dealer titles across its brands, as well as on affiliates and other media sites.

Magdalena Podhorska-Okolow, CCO of Authentic Gaming, added: “We are delighted to be working with such an established and successful online casino operator.

“Aspire Global has quickly emerged as a power player in the industry and we share similar visions in delivering an exceptional player experience and superior game play.

“This is the perfect partnership and one that will deliver tremendous results and successes for both Authentic Gaming and Aspire Global.”