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Playtech Signs Software Deal with PartyGaming

Gambling software maker Playtech said on Tuesday it had struck a deal with PartyGaming to power gaming Web sites that PartyGaming has agreed to buy from Empire Online and Intercontinental Online.

"Under the terms of the four-year agreement, the online gaming websites currently operated by Empire and Intercontinental will remain exclusively on the Playtech platform," it said in a statement.

The Web sites that are being acquired by PartyGaming include NoblePoker.com, Clubdicecasino.com, EnterCasino.com, MissBingo.com, FairPoker.com and MagicBoxCasino.com.

The deal between Playtech and PartyGaming is conditional on the succesful acquisition of Empire by PartyGaming.

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