Vera&John Enter Content Deal with Leander Games

In its second content deal this week, Vera&John has signed with Leander Games.

Vera&John players will now be able to access Leander and other third party games as a result of the integration of Leander’s LeGaplatform.

Steven Matsell, chief executive officer for Leander Games, said, “The deal will allow players to enjoy our games and those we aggregate and I’m thoroughly looking forward to working alongside such a prominent and progressive business.”

“The ability to quickly deliver leading games to our players was a key factor in choosing Leander,” said Kristel Tonna, Head of Gaming at Vera&John.
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    They always wanted to, there only just were too little providers, parn the few big ones, that heavily competed to be nr 1, but that seems ancient history now, despite the fact That MG seems to be holding a tight finger on ta few contracts with some of the more established Standalone MG's still in good business, they are really integrated as we can see in Every Matrix solutions, Quickfire Platforms, Skillonnet lines and the Few out there that have an even bigger offering, and the odd Playtech/multiplatforms, like Ladbrokes currently.. Regardless, pleased about the Leander deal, great add on to the already impressive amount of slots V&J had
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    Content deal....I would image this is what each contract would expect from one another. The content of the contract is of course the most important. This is allow or not allow each company to do what is expected to make profits. Most companies will take months in order to cover each nook and cranny. So lets see how long it will take to get this done.
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    Wow, this year seems like it's all about partners and acquisitions. Looks like this will give the players more choices. There are a few sites out there that I play and they offer third party games that you have to transfer cash from one account to the other in order to play. I never had the opportunity to cash out from a third party site. So I'm just wondering if it would still be the same. You probably just transfer your winnings to the main site in order to cash out. I'm assuming that's what you would do. Anyways this is great that more sites hop onto this bandwagon. Great for the players.
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    I am beginning to see a trend where more than a few casinos are sporting multiple software. Just like many other casinos that launch with several software, Vera&John are adding new software to their already existing software to give players more choices in game software as well as many new games to choose from at their casino. There are not many US friendly casinos that sport more than one software. Maybe these casinos will see the advantage to adding one or even several different software. Maybe one day soon US players will have the same luxury as the rest of the gambling world.

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