Mr Green selects Bally Technologies

From iGaming Business

Scandinavian online casino operator Mr Green has signed a deal that will see it begin offering its players a selection of real-money slot games from developer Bally Technologies Incorporated.

The agreement marks the first time players at Malta-licensed MrGreen.com will be able to enjoy games from Bally Technologies and follows a similar mobile contract the operator inked with developer International Game Technology (IGT) in April.

“I’m very excited that Mr Green can be one of the first ones to offer Bally Technologies’ games to its customers online,” said Markus Aurala, Chief Product Officer for Mr Green.

“Bally Technologies’ proven game concepts and innovative features have been successful in land-based casinos around the world and I’m sure our customers will enjoy them. The games surely bring the feeling of Las Vegas everywhere.”

Mr Green stated that it was one of the first online casino operators to offer games from several different casino vendors through the use of an ‘in-house-developed seamless solution’ and plans to feature titles from Bally Technologies for mobile and tablet computer players ‘in the near future’.

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