4ThePlayer and Scientific Games Link Up
Scientific Games, the powerhouse casino software developer behind hit casinos games which are popular both offline and online such as Raging Rhino, have linked up with the relatively new developer 4ThePlayer. The link up creates a partnership that will see 4ThePlayer’s game content appear on Scientific Games OpenGaming content library.
For those of you that have as of yet not heard of 4ThePlayer and the innovative casino game content that they develop, well they are a relatively ‘new kid on the block’, but behind them they have years of iGaming industry experience. With 4ThePlayer being a creator and developer of mobile first gambling games, which have on first glance, proven to be a big hit with players.
Commenting on the deal which sees 4ThePlayer game content appear on Scientific Games content library, Senior Vice President of Scientific Games, Dylan Slaney, said: “4ThePlayer’s meticulous approach to game development is a great match for our OpenGaming. Leveraging their combined 50 years of industry experience, their games are based on a deep understanding of the market.”
“When you combine that with the increased reach and stability of our platform, it’s a win-win. We’re excited to provide more great experiences to our customers and their players.”
Meanwhile, 4ThePlayer’s very own Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Porter, commented: “We’re thrilled to launch our games on Scientific Games’ OpenGaming platform. OpenGaming features offer us unique opportunities to enhance our games and include features that will carry over into other titles.”
“We’re excited for players to experience 1 Left Alive and many more games via OpenGaming in the future.”
While GVC Holdings Gaming Product Director, Colin Cole-Johnson, said of the deal, which will now see 4ThePlayer content be available at the brands that they own and operate, stated: “1 Left Alive is an excellent game that has resonated strongly with our players. We’re looking forward to offering more amazing gaming experiences to our players via Scientific Games’ OpenGaming platform.”