Playtech has deepened its ongoing agreement with Norwegian gambling monopoly Norsk Tipping, after unveiling two new agreements relating to the provision of online casino and video lottery terminals products.

Following two public procurement processes undertaken by the operator, the renewed igaming link-up ensures that Norsk Tipping will be able to access a burgeoning roster of titles emanating from a number of games studios, such as Origins, Quickspin, Vikings, Rarestone and Ash.

Furthermore, Playtech will also deliver its range of VLT games to Norsk Tipping’s terminals located throughout the country, with both parties also set to work together to ‘create unique custom content’ for the market.

Hans Erland Ringsvold, head of gaming operations at Norsk Tipping, commented: ”We are excited to continue our partnership with Playtech and look forward to launching their strong roadmap of online casino and VLT games on our platforms.

“We are confident that Playtech’s proven VLT and online casino expertise in a wide range of regulated markets will continue to provide great value for Norsk Tipping and support us in the delivery of our overall content strategy”.

These agreements further extend the long-term strategic partnership between the two, which has seen Playtech supply online casino games to the operator since 2016 and VLT platforms, games, terminals, and services since 2003. 

Shimon Akad, chief operating officer at Playtech, explained: “Playtech content has proven to be very popular with Norsk Tipping’s players. We are excited to continue supplying our strong roadmap of content to them as part of developing a market-leading, modern and responsible online and retail game offering to their players.

“These new agreements are also a testament to our strength in games content for online casino and VLT retail markets, including the highly regulated and responsible-gaming oriented markets of Norway and the Nordic region. It also highlights our strategy of focusing on long-term partnerships with leading operators in regulated markets.”