Amaya Gaming Signs Deal With Cogetech SpA

Italian betting and gaming provider to use the Ongame software
Montreal-based online gambling group Amaya Gaming has signed a deal to supply Italian betting and gaming provider Cogetech SpA with the poker platform from its Ongame Network Limited subsidiary.
The deal follows a similar agreement with Aristocrat Technologies recently .
Cogetech, itself a subsidiary of the SNAI group, will use the Ongame platform to power a new poker offering at the domain.
“The signing of Cogetech is an important achievement for us in a key market,” said David Baazov, Maya's chief executive. “It is a leading and respected brand in the Italian gaming market covering both business-to-business and business-to-consumer verticals. Amaya Gaming will be able to support it across the board and we look forward to working together.”
The deal was agreed in partnership with Italian distributor Active Games while the new poker offering from went live on Saturday alongside the site’s existing sports betting, skill, bingo and casino offerings.
“Amaya Gaming is a perfect partner for us in the Italian market with outstanding products for both poker and casino,' said Fabio Schiavolin, Cogetech's CEO..
“Ongame Network poker is built on a modern platform that enables both stability and new innovative features and Ongame Network is the only provider with full mobile support including both Android and iOS compatibility.”