CryptoLogic Signs Deal with Gaming Media Group

Written By Janice Doughtrey

CryptoLogic, internet gaming software developer, recently announced signing a three-year contract with the Gaming Media Group, owners of The Poker Channel and, a European poker room. Under the terms of the agreement, which has been made through CryptoLogic subsidiary WagerLogic, online casino games will be made available to players around the globe in five languages. CryptoLogic will be the sole provider of online casino software for the duration of the contract. CryptoLogic’s online casino games lineup includes some of the industry’s top-rated online slot games, including the Frightmare slot series, Rags to Riches and the Rapid Fire jackpot series.

Brian Hadfield, President and CEO of CryptoLogic, said, “We as a company in 2008 had committed ourselves to take fast action to take ourselves to the next level of online gaming. The new contracts we have signed with the leading brands such as the Gaming Media Group show that we are executing on our plan.” He added “The new deal with the Gaming Media Group will see our casino games made available on Sky Vegas, a major step towards this goal. The combination of our innovative gaming products paired with the popularity of Sky Vegas equals endless possibilities.”

Crispin Nieboer, CEO of Gaming Media Group, said, “Our agreement with CryptoLogic provides us with a new set of branded games that are perfectly suited to TV advertising, and various interactive TV gaming services that we have planned. As we continue to expand our European presence, we will offer our viewers and our registered players the very best in online casino games – and drive the growth of our bottom line.”

CryptoLogic is an industry leader in online gaming software since 1995. They provide software to some of the largest and most respected online casinos found around the world. Their innovative games can be found at William Hill, InterCasino and Playboy and CryptoLogic is constantly expanding their global market to cement their dominance in the online gaming industry.

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