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    The Stars Group Completes Deal with High 5 Games

    The Stars Group Completes Deal with High 5 Games

    Author Mathias Jensen Published Published 29/10-2019

    High 5 Games, a leading iGaming brand, has just completed a major deal with The Stars Group Incorporated that will see its casino games go live on two major PokerStars Casino domains. These domains are and and are targeted towards the New Jersey and European markets respectively.

    This deal was outlined in an official press release, in which it was announced that these PokerStars domains would host around 30 titles from High 5 Games, including the hugely popular Double Da Vinci Diamonds, as well as Secrets of the Forest and The Green Machine Deluxe.

    Continued Growth

    High 5 Games has secured similar deals with other gaming brands recently, including LeoVegas and Pariplay Limited. These deals have helped the brand to grow considerably and to become a force to be reckoned with in the online gambling sector.

    The deal with The Stars Group could be one of the biggest it has signed, however. The Stars Group is behind the PokerStars brand, the largest poker site in the world. In recent years the group has upped its efforts in the sports betting and casino sector with a view to becoming just as big there as it is in poker. High 5 Games is on course to help them with that growth and to grow right alongside.

    The deal will see The Stars Group given access to as many as 8 games every month, covering a range of themes and concepts that have been inspired by land-based casino games.

    Strong Growth

    A spokesperson for High 5 Games stated that the deal with The Stars Group helped to establish a “strong period” of “commercial growth”, allowing them to offer their mobile-friendly video slots to a wider range of players in regulated markets all over the world.

    “This is a very exciting deal for us,” they declared, noting just how hugely respected and popular The Stars Group is.

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