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Online casino content developer Stakelogic has praised a “breakthrough” agreement that is to see the firm’s collection of video slots be integrated with the GVC Holdings roster of brands.

Under the terms deal players at bwin, PartyPoker, PartyCasino, Sportingbet, Ladbrokes and Coral will be able to access the developer’s slot games across desktop and mobile.

Obdulio Bacarese, director of commercial management at GVC, said: “From classic slots to games themed around huge entertainment franchises, Stakelogic provides a varied and quality portfolio of slots that make for a great addition to our current content offering.”

Titles included as part of the partnership are Book of Adventure, Book of Cleopatra, Gods of Death, Random 4 Runner deluxe, Simply Wild deluxe as well as branded slots such as, The Expendables Megaways and Rambo, with more set to follow.

Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, commented: “Our slots are in high demand and we are delighted to have partnered with such an industry giant to make them available to its players. GVC operates some of the largest online casino and sports betting brands in the world and we are certain its players will be entertained and amazed by our games.

“From design and sound to gameplay and features, each slot has been developed to deliver big thrills and even bigger wins.”

Last week GVC became the latest firm to follow a number of industry counterparts in seeking compensation from Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs owed from tax charges related to fixed-odds betting terminals

After William Hill followed the lead of Betfred and Rank Group earlier in the week, with the bookmaker potentially positioned to secure a multi-million pound tax rebate, GVC estimates that it’s own claim will result in a cash inflow to the group of approximately £200m.

The sports betting and gaming group “understands” that it will be eligible for a rebate of historic VAT incorrectly paid on gaming machine revenues from its Ladbrokes betting shops in the period from October 1, 2002, to January, 2013.