he Playtech Casino offering gives Sun Bets players a choice of the best games from the Playtech portfolio.
This includes the massive hit Age of the Gods series and forthcoming Warner Bros. and DC Comics titles such as Classic TV Series Batman, Superman I and II, and Green Lantern, as well as the industry’s leading and best-performing progressive jackpot games where players can spin their way to colossal prizes.
The Playtech Live Casino offering launched simultaneously on the Sun Bets site with players able to experience classic live table content including Roulette, Blackjack and Baccarat as well as a host of highly engaging variants such as Playtech’s Prestige Roulette where the game replicates a real-life, one-on-one VIP casino.
Sun Bets is a partnership between Tabcorp Holdings Limited and News UK. It brings together Tabcorp’s capability in global wagering with News UK’s vast customer base and market-leading media assets such as The Sun newspaper and associated sports and racing products.
In November last year Playtech announced it had agreed a five-year contract with News UK to power its iconic Sun Bingo and Fabulous Bingo brands.
Migration is currently underway with the project and new product due to complete and launch at the end of August this year
Shimon Akad, COO, Playtech, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Tabcorp and extending our already strong, existing relationship with News UK. The fact that Sun Bets has launched our exclusive casino and live casino offerings is a great endorsement of our market-leading products and we look forward to working together to achieve fantastic results now and in the future.”
Adam Rytenskild, COO Keno and Gaming, Tabcorp, said: “Playtech’s casino and live casino products have proven to be among the best performing in the industry for many years and we’re very excited to have a comprehensive selection of branded games for Sun Bets.
“We are excited about the size of the opportunity that Sun Bets presents and a first-class casino is a crucial part of what we’re offering customers.”