Playtech is one of the most popular online casino software and game developers in the industry. Its flagship games are the Marvel slots based on superheroes and villains from these well known comic books. Some of them are The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers, Iron Man etc.
Following the popularity of these slots, Playtech has recently signed a multi-year licensing deal with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, to create games themed around the characters from DC Comics. They are scheduled to be released this year.
The games are expected to be available for real money play at online casinos that accept Australian dollars among other currencies, so read some casino reviews for more information on which casinos will add the new branded games.
The initial four games that will be released are Batman, based on the 1960s classic TV series from DC Comics, including the featured movies from Warner Bros. Pictures: Green Lantern, Man of Steel, Superman I and Superman II. All Playtech studios will be working on the design and development of the games.
Playtech offers a wide portfolio of top notch performing omni-channel casino games and has delivered over 600 of the most innovative and thrilling titles across all platforms. Moreover, its cutting-edge technology allows for mobile gambling, giving players the opportunity to play their favorites on mobile devices anywhere they are.
The company also delivers excellent in-house premium branded titles thanks to its IMS player management platform and top notch business intelligence technology. Commenting on the deal, Playtech CEO Mor Weizer said: “Our premium branded content is going to be further strengthened through our partnership agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and the release of DC Comics themed titles. We are looking forward to a prosperous relationship and are very excited to see the outcome later this year.”
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looks like the Marvel slots deal Playtech previously had with Disney is now also extended till 2017. Can you confirm if you heard any news regarding that?
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