May 16, 2023 2 min read


Inspired Teams up with Cristaltec to Deliver VLT System for Codere

The collaboration helps strengthen Inspired Entertainment's growing footprint while delivering unique gaming experiences for Codere's customers in Italy

The leading business-to-business (B2B) provider of solutions, systems and gaming content, Inspired Entertainment, announced it entered into a new agreement for the deployment of technology for the leading Spanish multinational company, Codere.

The company has announced it teamed up with Cristaltec S.p.A., a leading company in the design, development and distribution of products within the amusement with a prize (AWP) vertical in Italy. The collaboration will see “new Cristaltec VLT cabinets running on Inspired’s platform in Codere,” reveals a statement released by Inspired.

The new multi-faceted agreement represents a unique opportunity for the trio, considering the companies’ extensive experience within the vertical. The partnership combines Cristaltec’s experience with the reliability of the platform from Inspired and the quality of shops by Codere.

The latest deal designates Codere as the seventh concessionaire to benefit from Inspired’s platform in Italy. At the same time, the partnership expands further the local and global footprint of the company and thanks to Cristaltec’s experience, makes the company a perfect fit for Codere within the market.

The Deal Brings Excitement to the Trio

Alejandro Pascual Gonzalez, Codere Italia’s regional manager for Europe and COO, revealed that the company has a clear goal to deliver innovative products that are fun, safe and entertaining. “Inspired games have convinced us, and we are sure that they will meet the expectations of the most demanding customers,” explained Gonzalez.

Giovanni Agliata, Cristaltec’s founder, added that the company has significant experience within the AWP segment and is currently an unquestionable leader. Finally, he explained: “Thanks to the exceptional Codere distribution channel, the Inspired system ductility, and the Cristaltec product innovation for cabinets and ability to develop games that intersect with players’ tastes, I am very confident that together we will be able to achieve ever better results in an increasingly competitive market.”

On the other hand, Inspired’s chief commercial officer for gaming, Lee Gregory, added that the company continues to expand its presence in the country by delivering reliable gaming experiences for its partners. Finally, Gregory predicted that the deal with Cristaltec will help deliver success for Codere.


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