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Leander Games Enters Into Supply Deal With Betsson

The Bahamas registered games developer and provider Leander Games has just announced the details of a new commercial arrangement with the Swedish online casino operator Betsson, which will see Leander supply the operator with an extensive range of their online gaming content.

This latest deal for Leander Games comes after a time of increased sustained commercial activity for the supplier during the year of 2014, which saw them ink content deals with online entities Betfair, Full Tilt Poker, Paddy Power, Spin Genie and Vera & John.

Details Of The New Deal

The new deal between Leander and Betsson will see Leander deliver the Scandinavian casino operator a number of their own branded gaming titles, along with a suite of chosen products from 3rd party developers that have on-going working arrangements with Leander.

Additionally, Leander will modernise seven titles for Betsson which the Swedish company acquired during their recent purchase of the Malta based gaming group Oranje and Kroon.

All of Leander’s gaming content related to this new arrangement will be delivered to Betsson via their remote gaming server system known as LeGa.

The LeGa server is hosted in multiple locations throughout out the world, which has the dual advantages of increased content delivery as well as being able to satisfy multiple licensing authorities in various jurisdictions.

LeGa comes in 26 different languages and is accredited to standards as set by the Alderney Gaming Control Commission.

Leander Games

It’s all happening at Leander Games at the moment, with this latest deal coming on top of the other high profile arrangements they reached with casino operators during the 2014 period.

The LeGa remote gaming server system is certainly playing a part in all of this, as its ability to service operators in various locations, under various jurisdictions, in multiple languages is of major benefit.

Additionally, Leander’s attention to the small details, such as customising content for operator’s customers in local gaming markets, is also gaining admiration from their commercial partners.