Two new business agreements have been closed this week by top US gambling content and machine developer Bally Technologies - one with Argentinean game developer Globant on the development of a range games and digital gaming products for Bally Technologies' web and mobile platforms, and the other one with Unity Technologies, a San Francisco-based middleware developer.
Regarding the deal with Globant, Derik Mooberry , Bally Technologies' Senior Vice President of Games said: "Globant is a recognized leader in interactive game design and platform development, and we are thrilled to partner with a company of their caliber as we continue to focus on bringing the industry the most entertaining and profitable land-based and interactive casino games."
It was added by Guibert Englebienne, Globant co-founder and Chief Technology Officer: "We are really proud to have been selected by Bally Technologies as their partner. I'm confident that our creative and development team will be the key to help take the company into this digital era, interconnecting the casino experience to the web, mobile and other platforms."
As for the multi-year partnership with Unity Technologies, which aims at enhancing Bally’s development capability, Bally can be confident that it will benefit from the Unity developer community which is more than 1.5 million developers strong and includes thousands of game studios across the world.
Furthermore, it has been specified that a combination of the Unity’s powerful engine with the breadth and depth of Bally Technologies' offerings will bring Bally the ability to build the most innovative electronic gaming offerings on the market.
On this matter, Mooberry commented, saying: "We look forward to using the Unity solutions to help continue our innovation and development of highly entertaining game content for casino operators and players."