Paddy Power announced today that it has migrated its casino games from IGT to Playtech. The “multi-year” deal sees Playtech, which owns and operates the iPoker network, provide Paddy with slots, table and card games.
While Paddy Power Casino will work off Playtech’s platform, Paddy Power Games will continue to offer games powered by IGT/Wagerworks.
Paddy Power’s relationship with Playtech began in 2007 when it joined the iPoker network. More recently, the Irish bookmaker joined Playtech’s Virtue Fusion bingo network.
Christopher Coyne, head of gaming at Paddy Power, said: “We are excited to announce the launch of Paddy Power’s new casino using Playtech’s technology. We believe it will be best-in-class with an abundance of excellent games added to our market leading casino promotions for players.
Playtech was chosen following a rigorous selection process from amongst the leading casino suppliers. The project teams have delivered a fantastic online casino which we believe will significantly enhance our online offering.”
Paddy Power generates approximately 75% of total profits via its online operations, primarily through sports betting, casino, poker and bingo products.