Click Now!

The Big Chill: companies join forces for better products

Two large entities in the gaming world, The Chiligaming Network and International Game Technology (IGT)/WagerWorks, are joining forces to bring a better product to the network’s players. Once completed, the network will haveh a premium range of internet game content, allowing Chilicasino.com players to play a variety of games. These include such giant titles as Da Vinci Diamonds, MegaJackpots MONOPOLY, Jeopardy, Star Trek, White Orchid Cluedo, the latest Monopoly YITM, Wipeout and Noah’s Ark to name just a few. International Game Technology (IGT) recently bought WagerWorks, which is now the online games development part of the company.

Gaming giants International Game Technology/WagerWorks and Chiligaming Network strike deal to join forces and offer improved and expanded offerings

” We are delighted to partner with IGT, one of the most trusted and renowned names in the offline and online gaming space. IGT’s premier portfolio of online casino gaming content will help us grow ChiliCasino.com across Europe by offering some of the very best casino and slots games the industry has to offer,” said Alexandre Dreyfus, the Chief Executive Officer of ChiliGaming.

Alex Kelly, Vice President of Interactive Operations for IGT, said: ” We are very pleased to be entering this agreement with Chiligaming. With a loyal player base across its network and a history of innovation, ChiliGaming is an ideal partner for IGT.”

He continued, saying that his company believes that ChiliGaming’s players will appreciate what IGT has to offer, the premium games and new titles; they believe these games will attract additional new players to the Chili sites.

Chiligaming hopes to grow into an international player in the field. This explains part of the reason they already offer their games in a total of seven different languages. They hold licenses in France and Curacao.

OCA News Editor

Keeping up with the latest trends in entertainment, Matt Holden brings celeb news to the front page of OCA. Matt loves numbers games and researches the highest paying lottery draws to play.

COMMENTS

comments