US interactive gaming company Great Luck has struck a multi-year agreement to integrate certified game content and fantasy sports solution from mobile gaming firm MT Dynamics’ and Class II Interactive into its remote gaming servers.
The games will be made available to customers with a unified cashier and player account via desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
In addition, Great Luck will also launch a fantasy sports network using software provided through its supplier agreement with MT Dynamics.
The Great Luck Sport Network will offer all typical professional and major college sports such as lacrosse and curling, as well as international sports including cricket and Australian rules football.
The new network, which will be accessible from any web-based device, is due to be launched in March.
“We all realise that diverse and exciting content is critical to growing our brand and MT Dynamics’ experience in mobile multi-user environments will ensure our growth,” Great Luck chief executive officer Joe Valandra said.
Jeff Halloran, chairman and chief executive officer of MT Dynamics and Class II Interactive added: “We recognise the magnitude of the tribal market and have spent years positioning our product and platform to be ready to launch once the market was ready.
“Our multi-user and mobile experience gained from being leaders in the gaming space coupled with our ability to provide a full fantasy sports solution will complement the solution Great Luck has deployed.”
source : www.igamingbusiness.com