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Looks like Authentic Gaming has been busy during May as they announce their second significant customer signing of the month.

Press Release : Malta 29th May 2019

Authentic Gaming, the live roulette specialist, has signed a deal to provide tier one operator Paf with its flagship products.

Under the deal, Paf will offer its players all games streamed from Authentic Gaming’s state-of-the-art ARENA Studio including its unique Blaze variant.

Blaze Roulette is a classic roulette game delivered in a sleek environment and with a game-show format with a host rather than a dealer.

The operator will also take Authentic Roulette, which live-streams from real tables located on the floor of prestigious casinos from around the world.

This includes:

The games will be available to Paf players in key regulated markets around the world such as Sweden, Estonia and Latvia.

In addition to this, Paf will also use Authentic Gaming’s LIVE Banners product to help market and promote the provider’s live table games to its players.

Jonas Delin, CEO of Authentic Gaming, said:

“We are delighted to have signed another tier one online gambling brand; Paf and Authentic Gaming share the same vision when it comes to delivering the best possible player experience.

When it comes to live roulette, no other provider offers the same range of quality live dealer products and we believe they will be hugely popular with Paf players around the world”.

Kim Johansson, Chief Gaming Officer at Paf, said:

“We are dedicated to offering our players the best possible games on the market, and when it comes to live roulette Authentic Gaming has a portfolio of unique games that will strike a chord with our players”.

Press Release Ends

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