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Danske Spil joins GVC’s online bingo network

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London-listed GVC Holdings has extended its B2B supply agreement with Danish state gambling operator Danske Spil to include online bingo.

Danske Licens Spil (DLS) will join GVC’s international online bingo network, which includes major GVC brands such as Foxy Bingo, Cheeky Bingo, Ladbrokes and Coral.

DLS bingo players will also have access to GVC’s gaming content portfolio, which includes premium titles from third-party vendors as well as exclusive games developed by GVC’s in-house development studios, integrated into the bingo game window.

“We are delighted to extend our long-term partnership with DLS and welcome their players to our international bingo network,” said Jussi Halme, B2B Manager at GVC. “The combination of GVC’s technology and global scale with Danske Licens Spil’s unrivaled position in Denmark creates a vibrant community with big jackpots for Danish bingo players.”

Danske Licens Spil, Director of Product Management for Games, Søren Schneider, said: “Our partnership with GVC has played a key role in maintaining our lead in the Danish games market since its liberalization in 2012.

“The introduction of bingo alongside high performing casinos and poker strengthens our strong market position and ensures that our customers have access to the widest selection of content possible. “

GVC, and previously bwin.party, has been providing online gaming and poker content to DLS since January 2012 when the Danish market was first regulated.

“Our team has developed a bingo product that truly stands out in the Danish market and we look forward to helping DLS grow their business in the future,” said Valentin Micu, Bingo Product Manager at GVC. “We have ambitious plans for what we believe is the leading bingo platform in the market, leveraging GVC’s unique combination of innovative technologies with the best talent in the industry.

Actions in GVC Holdings plc (LSE: GVC) were trading slightly lower to 985.40 pence a share in London on Friday morning.


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