Wed, Oct 23, 9:13am by Mia Chapman
Leander Games have announced that renowned Australia-based slot giant Ainsworth have signed up as a partner for its LeGa platform and that a first batch of games are now live across Leander’s network.
As reported on European Gaming, the deal means that Ainsworth’s full suite of games including Electric Cash, Big Chief Mystery and themed games such as Magnificent Seven Reloaded and King Kong are now available to Leander’s operator customers.
Steven Matsell, the Chief Executive at Leander, said: “We are really pleased to be working with Ainsworth, one of the most famous names in slots and a company with such a huge heritage of great games. We can’t wait to offer these to our customers We are sure they will prove to be as popular on our platform as they are in other gaming environments.”
Jason Lim, General Manager of Interactive and Online at Ainsworth, said: “We are excited to add Leander as a strategic partner in expanding Ainsworth’s content and distribution network and look forward to launching our high performance and innovative slot titles.”
Leander Games is an independent gaming company whose mission is to deliver innovative game content to market quicker than other solutions. The company’s LeGa Remote Gaming Server (RGS) has been developed using the latest technology, which makes it fast, flexible and scalable.
The software house is based in Buenos Aries, Argentina and has already formed business partnerships with many of the major casinos and development teams in the industry. Their titles don’t require a download where they use both browser technology and downloadable options. This capability has enabled many of the large gambling sites to add their games to existing portfolios, bringing these titles to a wider audience.
Ainsworth and Leander close key agreement
Games from Australian slot giant are now available to operator partners of Leander Games.
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Ainsworth Game Technology is a premier manufacturer of global gaming products that are committed to a culture of quality, innovation and excellence. The organisation distributes a range of gaming products, entertaining standalone progressives and linked games through its sales offices and distributors in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Americas, and Europe.
Ainsworth is an Australian publicly listed company (ASX code: AGI) that is headquartered in Newington, Sydney, Australia.
Earlier this year in March, Nektan PLC (AIM: NKTN), the fast growing, international gaming technology and services provider also partnered with Leander, where they expanded their content distribution offering with the addition of 109 games.
Nektan’s E-Lite saw it add games from Leander’s suite which include Ave Caesar, Afterlife Inferno and Africa Goes Wild, integrated onto it’s B2B content distribution platform.
The partnership with Leander helped further diversify the platform provider’s games offering, with it providing its B2B partners access to an ever-growing portfolio of the highest quality slots.
The integration also further illustrated Nektan’s commitment to working with the industry’s independent games studios, providing them with a platform to enhance their global reach.
Jane Ryan, Chief Operating Officer of B2B at Nektan, said at the time “we’re very happy to have partnered with Leander Games. Through its commitment to delivering innovative content to the market, our content distribution platform E-Lite will benefit from the addition of Leander’s quality games catalog that will appeal to our global operator partners.”
Steven Matsell, Chief Executive Officer at Leander Games said of the partnership with Nektan, “we’re delighted with this partnership with Nektan. Integrating on to Nektan’s content distribution platform, E-Lite, will provide both our in house games and natively integrated third party games access to a greater number of operators and markets across the globe, which matches our strategic ambitions of expanding our global footprint. We are very pleased to be working with a business as dynamic as Nektan.”
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