Marvel Games To Disappear From Playtech Operator Sites At The End Of March

MARVEL GAMES TO DISAPPEAR FROM PLAYTECH OPERATOR SITES AT THE END OF MARCH

25th March, 2017 at 08:38:18
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Many popular slot titles affected...but replacements are ready to go.

Marketing affiliates working with Playtech-licensed online casinos this week reported receiving notifications that all Marvel-themed games and related promotional material and branding are to be withdrawn at the end of this (March) month.

The William Hill notification advised:

"Playtech will be removing their Marvel-branded games on March 31st. That means starting April 1st, we can no longer promote Marvel games and must replace all promotional materials containing Marvel characters. But have no fear, other heroes are here!

"We've got an action-packed suite of Superman and Batman slots. Plus, discover our almighty Age of the Gods suite. Players will enjoy the same Marvel features with a new godlike look and feel, and best of all, the same great jackpots!"

Coral's advisory was more detailed, informing readers:

"Coral's Marvel slots are sadly leaving us at the end of March, but don't panic! There are replacements coming in from the heavens with our Age of the Gods Slots.

Each Marvel game has an Age of the Gods replacement:

Iron Man 2

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