Vermantia expands virtual games portfolio with LEAP Gaming

Vermantia has announced a new partnership deal with LEAP Gaming, a provider with over nine years’ experience of creating realistic 3D Games and Virtual Sports products across multiple platforms.

Dan Fischer, LEAP Gaming & Vermantia
Dan Fischer, LEAP Gaming

The partnership enables Vermantia to expand its virtual games portfolio by adding new virtual sports, including Virtual Tennis and Virtual Speedway, all available for retail, online and mobile.

The new games by LEAP will be integrated onto Vermantia CONNECT, the company’s proprietary gaming platform, which allows operators to select virtual games from a single-source collection.

Dan Fischer, LEAP Gaming’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We are excited to partner with Vermantia which enables us to reach a larger, diversified customer base.

“Our virtual games, being already successful among premium online operators, are now accessible also to the retail networks of large operators being powered by Vermantia’s solutions.”

Yiannis Gangas, Vermantia’s Chief Product Officer, commented: “We are delighted to kick off our collaboration with LEAP Gaming in line with our strategy for making available to our customers the widest choice of premium virtual games in the marketplace.

“Though this agreement, LEAP games will become instantly available to all our existing and new customers through a seamless integration to our CONNECT platform.”

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