Williams Interactive, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scientific Games, has launched games from its vast content library with the online casino brands run by Gala Coral Group, including Coral.co.uk.
Through integration with the Williams Interactive Remote Game Server, Gala Coral players have online access to an ever-growing library of authentic Vegas-style slot games like Raging Rhino and Zeus III, as well as a portfolio of UK-favourite games including hit themes Thai Flower, Crown Gems and Money Mad Martians Cosmic Cash made popular in Gala Coral retail locations by the Williams Interactive UK sister company trading as SG Gaming. Content from the Williams Interactive game library includes themes available for play on both desktop and mobile devices.
Mark Kemp, E-Gaming Director for Gala Coral Group, said: ‘’We’re excited to be live with the Williams Interactive Game Server, which builds upon our successful relationship with SG Gaming to provide our players access to their favourite SG Gaming slot games in our shops, online and on their mobile devices. Players can additionally deposit and collect funds from their Coral Connect™ multi-channel single wallet anytime, anywhere to play their favourite games. We’ve worked with Williams Interactive to provide regular top multi-channel game releases in 2014 to keep delivering our customers’ favourite games in every shop, online or on mobile.”
Jordan Levin, Managing Director for Williams Interactive, added: “We’re thrilled to be working with a premium provider of both online and offline gaming experiences like Gala Coral Group, and are excited to leverage Gala Coral’s premium single wallet functionality to allow their players to move seamlessly between retail, online, and mobile gaming experiences with our library of UK-favourite and one-of-a-kind game engines and slot themes. The ability for our content to remain ‘Always in Play’ is an exciting value proposition we’re pleased to bring Gala Coral as they leverage our content to build deeper relationships with their player communities.”