As always, we keep you up to date with news about software providers. We announced several deals recently and new ones keep on coming almost every week. We consider this a great sign of great collaboration between game suppliers, and a way for providers’ games to be available to a wider audience.
Relax Gaming has secured an agreement with operator PokerStars
Relax Gaming, the game aggregator and developer, has signed an agreement with Flutter Entertainment-owned operator PokerStars. The deal will be an excellent opportunity for Relax Gaming to boost its exposure across Europe in key areas in Europe, with Italy and Spain being the key priorities.
Very soon PokerStars players will gain access to the top Relax Gaming slots. The deal is also about selecting content from more than 50 partners of Relax Gaming, like ReelPlay, Fantasma Games, 4ThePlayer and more.
The chief commercial officer of Relax Gaming, Daniel Eskola enhanced the importance of the new partnership, saying it offers added visibility and underlines the supplier’s rapid market expansion and ambitious strategy for the year.
“It’s always a pleasure to partner with the world’s leading online brands that are making a huge impact in the market through innovation and a quality offering,” said Eskola.
He also claimed PokerStars is an operator with enormous status and reach. He also adds:
“I’m sure the addition of our extensive portfolio will only benefit that further as they continue to expand and differentiate themselves from the competition.”
Design Works Gaming content available with NetBet
Design Works Gaming (DWG), which is an innovative casino content studio, has sealed a deal with NetBet. Many games from the DWG studio NetBet will be available to players in the UK.
DWG games are already popular on the market, being successful with some operators.
Chris Worthington, NetBet Games Manager said they love the way DWG games bring something fresh and new to the table and capture what makes Las Vegas special. He continues:
“These classic themes are built upon the foundations of world-class game mechanics. This is a winning combination, and we are delighted to now be offering this content to NetBet players.”
On the other side, DWG CEO, Troy Zurawski, expressed excitement about the agreement and new partnership.
“With a strong UK player base, we will work closely with NetBet to optimize our portfolio rollout, utilizing our esteemed data science team and proprietary CasinoCore RGS. NetBet players will be in love with our content!”, he said.
Some of the expanding portfolio games of Design Works Gaming are Diamonds and Sapphires & Rubies 4Play and the award-nominated Double Fancy 7s.