Playtech agrees to power Talarius retail brands

QuicksilverPlaytech has confirmed that it has entered a retail provisions and software agreement with UK high street gaming hall operator Talarius.

Talarius operator of high street gaming halls Quicksilver and Adult Gaming Centres’ will migrate its existing retail platform to Playtechs retail enterprise management system. Playtech will be charged with integrating its system across 92 retail outlets operated by Talarius.

The partnership will see Playtech further provide Talarius arcades with popular Playtech gaming content. The agreement sees Playtech expand its retail services which now powers over 40,000 machines globally.

Shimon Akad, COO, Playtech, commented on the Partnership : “We’re delighted to announce the deal with Talarius. This marks a new success within the AGC space, a market in which we see considerable further growth.

“Playtech Retail has made fantastic in-roads this year in adding to its already market-leading position and I’m very confident this will continue to grow,” Akad added.

Andy Whitworth, Head of Gaming Strategy, Talarius, said: “We are very pleased with the deal and the undoubtedly positive impact it will have across the board.

“This marks a new phase for many of our U.K. venues, offering premium multi-channel content and marketing mechanics previously unavailable in our market. This will not only benefit the business, but also most importantly, enhance our players’ overall gaming experience.”

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