Playtech and Flutter shake hands on another 5 years

Playtech, a leading global gambling technology company, have announced the extension of their partnership with Flutter Entertainment for its Paddy Power, Betfair and Sky Casino brands. Under the new agreement, Playtech will continue to provide its market leading products and services to all three brands for their online gambling and live casino offerings for another 5 years.

This five-year renewal represents a significant extension of Playtech’s successful long-term relationship with key strategic partner Flutter. Playtech’s suite of products and services will be available in many of Flutter’s operations across Europe.

Shimon Akad, Chief Operating Officer at Playtech, said: “Flutter is one of Playtech’s key strategic partners, and so this new long-term agreement to supply our innovative software and services across four key product verticals is significant. This is testament to the long standing and strong relations between Flutter and Playtech, and we look forward to continuing to work with Flutter in its core markets to support Paddy Power, Betfair and Sky Casino over the next five years.”

Conor Grant, Chief Executive Officer of Flutter’s UK&I Division, added: “We are pleased to have signed an extension agreement with Playtech. Over the years we have built a very successful partnership and are excited to continue offering our customers access to software from one of the world’s leading suppliers of high-quality gaming product.”

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