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Playtech has secured a multi-state agreement in the US with Kindred Group’s Unibet Interactive. Under the agreement, Playtech will provide its award-winning RNG Casino software to Unibet in New Jersey, with further states to follow in the coming months.

The partnership with Unibet Interactive is the next step in Playtech’s strategic expansion in the U.S. market. Unibet has established a market-leading product offering to its customers in New Jersey, which will be further bolstered by a range of Playtech’s best-performing RNG Casino software.

“We are delighted to announce this exciting step in Playtech’s U.S. growth. Unibet deliver a fantastic entertainment experience to their U.S. customers, and we are proud to partner with them to deliver Playtech’s Casino software as part of their market leading offering – starting in New Jersey. Playtech continues to partner with the leading operators in New Jersey to bring its industry leading Casino software to the U.S. market and we look forward to continuing to expand into new States,” Shimon Akad, Chief Operating Officer at Playtech, said.

“To add Playtech Casino software to our portfolio in New Jersey is very exciting. Partnering with Playtech enables us to offer our online casino customers a selection of some of the best quality content, and we look forward to further collaboration with Playtech across more U.S. states in the future,” Manuel Stan, SVP of Kindred Group US, said.

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