Developer Live 5 has signed a historic partnership with 888casino, part of 888 Holdings. For the first time ever, a selection of Live 5 slots will be available to online casino players including Cleopatra Queen of the Desert, Wild Gods of Egypt, Wolf 81, Minotaur, Fruit and Nut, Lucky Golden Clover and many others.
“This is a big deal for us and marks our arrival as a major provider of premium online casino content to the biggest operators in the business,” said Lloyd Butler, CEO of Live 5.
“888casino is one of the world’s leading online casino brands, famous for using its sophisticated AI technology to create fun, fair and safe gaming and betting experiences for players. We are very excited that our games are now part of the 888casino platform. , which marks a great moment for the entire Live 5 team”.
“Each of our slots is designed to capture players’ imaginations through striking design and ‘powerful’ sound, which we combine with immersive gameplay and innovative features like Lightning Lines and ReelzUp,” added Butler.
Talya Benyamini, VP B2C Casino at 888, commented, “Adding dynamic and exciting slot games like those created by Live 5 to our portfolio of high quality games is a key part of our product and content leadership strategy. on the 888”.
“We believe these games, known for their design and sound, will enhance our offering and support our mission to create unique experiences for our players. We look forward to working with the Live 5 team as we integrate more of their content in the coming months.” completed Talia.
888casino, formerly known as Casino-on-Net, is an online casino founded in 1997 and based in Gibraltar. It is one of the oldest gaming platforms, and in 2013, it became the first exclusively licensed online casino in the United States.
In 2015, the site was licensed and started operating in Gibraltar, Denmark and Spain. Gaming Intelligence magazine described 888casino as “the only true pan-European casino”. In addition, the establishment received the safety and fairness award from the gambling protection organization eCOGRA.