Publish: 23.11.2017

Canadian Site SportsInteraction To Offer Playtech Slots

One of the things that makes the deal so exciting for Mohawk Online Limited is the fact that it will become the first online casino operated by a First Nation to offer Playtech games.

SportsInteraction.com, an online casino operated within Canada by the Canadian Mohawks of Kahnawake First Nation and licensed to offer online gambling via the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, has signed a deal with global giant Playtech.

The deal will bring Playtech’s huge library of online casino games to the SportsInteraction site, including the wildly popular Age of the Gods, Top Gun, and Superman titles.

Joining The Big Leagues

One of the things that makes the deal so exciting for Mohawk Online Limited is the fact that it will become the first online casino operated by a First Nation to offer Playtech games.

The occasion was not lost on the company’s management, which was eager to note the fact the occasion is not only historic, but also proof that their online casino can be a force to be reckoned with. Playtech is one of of the industry leaders in online casino content, and allowing its library to appear on the site is a huge vote of confidence in its ability to represent the brand well.

“Playtech is an ideal partner; a reputable publicly-listed United Kingdom company that is highly-regulated and trusted the world over with its branded content instantly recognizable and great fun to play,” said Mohawk Online Limited’s CEO Dean Montour.

Responsible Gaming Key

Mohawk Online Limited also took time to note that the company is up to the challenge of meeting the expectations of what it means to offer Playtech’s games. In the statement announcing the partnership, it highlighted its commitment not only to providing the best in online casino entertainment, but also corporate responsibility.

“As a First Nation-owned socio-economic initiative and recreational gaming site operating some of the lowest deposit and bet limits in Canada, responsible gaming is central to how we operate,” Montour said.

Given the already stellar reputation Canada’s First Nations enjoy in the casino industry, there is little doubt that this new partnership will be anything but a huge success for both parties. Hopefully, it is just the first of many.