Titan Joins Playtech iPoker Network for French Market
December 6, 2010 (CAP PR Wire) — Playtech, the international designer, developer and licensor of software for the online, mobile, TV and land-based gaming industry, is pleased to announce that Titan will join its iPoker network for the French regulated market.
Mor Weizer, Playtech’s Chief Executive, commented: “We are delighted to be further consolidating our relationship with Titan, and our position in the French regulated market. Titan is a welcome addition to the French platform and we are confident that it will enable us to further extend the liquidity pool and experience of our French poker network.”
Benjamin Issembert, President for Titan.fr, commented: “We are very pleased to have received our license from ARJEL and look forward to welcoming French players to our tables. With over 10 years’ experience in the industry we are confident that we will deliver a highly competitive product in what has been historically an important market for Titan.”
Affiliates can promote Titan Poker via the Euro Partners affiliate program.
Playtech develops unified software platforms and content for the remote and land-based gaming industry. Leading gaming applications include casino, poker, bingo, sports betting, live gaming, casual and fixed odds games. Playtech provides licensees with the tools to maximise cross-selling opportunities, player loyalty and yield, all through the powerful management interface; the IMS. The system’s fully integrated, cross-platform capability enables players to access online, broadcast, mobile and server-based gaming terminals, through a single account.
New licensees include existing online operators upgrading or diversifying their offering, land based casino groups, government sponsored companies such as lotteries, and new entrants making their online gaming debut, particularly in the newly regulated markets.
Founded in 1999, Playtech is headquartered in the Isle of Man and has over 1,000 employees located in development centres in five countries, the majority of whom are engaged in research and development of current and future gaming technologies.