BoyleSports renews Playtech as lead igaming systems supplier

Playtech Plc has secured a ‘five-year extension’ to its existing lead igaming technology and systems supplier contract with BoyleSports, Ireland’s second-biggest betting firm.

Updating the market, FTSE250 Playtech confirms that it will continue to serve as lead igaming platform and software supplier for BoyleSports’ regulated UK and Ireland markets presence.  

BoyleSports will continue to be serviced by Playtech’s ‘full igaming suite’ of igaming provisions covering its requirements for online casino, slots, poker, bingo and its dedicated live casino gaming hub.

Backing Playtech Conor Gray, BoyleSports CEO, commented: “Having had a strong and successful partnership with Playtech for many years now, the extension of our agreement for another five years represents an exciting opportunity to continue growing our business.

“We’re passionate about creating the best possible player experience across all verticals, and we’re confident that the continued partnership with Playtech will allow us to do exactly that.” 

The partnership renewal sees BoyleSports deepen its working relationship with Playtech, who in 2018 delivered the firm’s omnichannel overhaul of its Irish retail network upgrading its terminals and technology to Playtech BGT Sports systems.

Shimon Akad, Chief Operating Officer at Playtech, stated: “BoyleSports is one of Playtech’s key trusted long-term partners. BoyleSports has delivered continued growth and is one of the leading operators in regulated markets. 

“We are proud to have grown with them across four key product verticals in its core markets. We’re very much looking forward to working together over the next five years”.

Check Also

tech changes

Campeón Gaming Partners: A year of changes…but how many will stick?

If the pace of the pre-coronavirus world was already fast, the luxury of time has …

MGA launches first phase of new integrity monitoring system 

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has beta launched its new online platform which will allow …


New survey finds licensing ‘ignorance’ among Swedish gamblers

Only 5% of Swedes know how to check if an online sportsbook or casino holds …