Playtech launches Warner Bros ‘DC Entertainment’ slot titles

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Playtech has announced that it has partnered with Warner Bros’ ‘Consumer Products’ division, gaining the gaming rights for its DC Entertainment catalogue.

The content partnership will see Playtech develop six slot games featuring DC titles. Playtech marketing announced that it will initially launch two slots themed on DC’s 1960’s Batman Classic TV Series; ‘Batman & Catwoman Cash’ and ‘Batman vs The Joker’.

Planning for 2017, Playtech detailed that its games team would release further exclusive DC Entertainment titles in partnership with Warner Bros.

The additional titles include Superman I (1978), Superman II (1980), Man of Steel (2013) and Green Lantern (2011), that are due to be released by the end of this year and in early 2017.

Shimon Akad, COO, Playtech, commented on his firms new content: “Our announcement at ICE this year generated significant global demand in anticipation for the launch of these exciting DC branded games.

“I’m extremely proud of our collaboration between Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Playtech’s innovative development studios. The Batman Classic TV Series games, that will rapidly be followed by Superman I, Superman II, and Man of Steel and a whole host of other DC Super Hero branded games, are a premium addition to our best-performing range of the industry’s leading progressive jackpot slot content and will provide our licensees and DC Super Hero fans with the ultimate Batman gaming experience.”

 

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