"Double Down and IGT share complementary cultures focused on innovation and creativity. Both companies are committed to providing unrivaled quality, service and entertainment to millions of players," said Greg Enell, CEO of Double Down via a company press release. "Leveraging IGT's Research and Development, global reach, and best-in-class content will provide our loyal player base with an even more robust experience and is expected to augment Double Down's growth trajectory."
Double Down's family of employees will grow from 70 to 80 after this acquisition, but will continue to operate fairly independently after the transition.
With these extra resources, it leaves us to wonder what's next for Double Down. Could we see additional games added to DoubleDown Casino (which already hosts blackjack, slots and video poker), or will the focus now shift to entirely new titles to further combat the biggest names on the service (IE: Zynga)? We'll make sure to keep track of things, and will let you know as we learn more of what the future holds for both Double Down and IGT.
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