Wed, Jul 24, 1:35pm by Staff Writer
Online gaming content and platform provider Relax Gaming today announced that it has secured another partner to its Powered By B2B program.
Casino News Daily reports the company has inked a content distribution deal with London-based gaming studio Revolver Gaming that will enable the latter to add its slots titles to Relax Gaming’s platform.
Under the terms of the deal, Revolver Gaming’s flagship video slot Multiplier Man as well as upcoming releases Neon Blaze and Squish will become available to Relax Gaming’s network of operators for the first time.
Established in 2010, Relax Gaming has been looking to simplify B2B content delivery. The content aggregated onto its platform is provided by its Silver Bullet program for commercially represented partners and Powered By program for commercially independent partners.
Aside from the more than 570 games available on Relax Gaming’s platform, the company also develops proprietary products, including a range of online slots as well as a poker and bingo product.
The platform providers are particularly focused on regulated market. Relax Gaming holds licenses from the gaming regulators of Malta, Alderney, the UK, and Romania, among others.
As for Revolver Gaming, it is based in London and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. It offers HTML5 gaming content for the online gambling industry and delivery of its games is backed-up by its own platform which offers a multitude of features that enable partners to take advantage of quick and effortless integration.
Relax Gaming’s deal with Revolver Gaming has become the latest of a series of agreements penned by the content and platform provider in recent months.
Commenting on their newest partner, Relax Gaming’s CPO, Simon Hammon, said that they are thrilled to add Revolver Gaming to their Powered By partnership base.
Mr Hammon went on to say that with Revolver Gaming building “a strong reputation for quality and innovation,” its games will be a natural complement to their offering.
Revolver Gaming CEO Ryan Lazarus added that their new partner’s “fresh and open approach to supplier partnerships has revolutionised content distribution” and that they are extremely excited to be part of that revolution.
Mr Lazarus further pointed out that they have “some great concepts” in the pipeline and are looking forward to sharing these with Relax Gaming and its extensive network of operator partners.
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Relax Gaming has hailed a rapid expansion of its global reach over the past several months, signing more than 50 partners to now provide a casino games catalogue comprising more than 570 titles.
Last month, Relax Gaming joined forces with online gaming content developer and supplier Skywind Group to boost the offering available on its platform.
As a result from the deal, Relax Gaming’s content aggregator can now offer titles such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Explosion, and Boomerang Edge to operators and their gaming customers.
Skywind Group boasts a portfolio of more than 200 mobile-focused games and is providing its products across European, Latin American, and Asian markets.
Live dealer gaming is set for a shake up thanks to Evolution Gaming, with two new live games launched in June.
Free Bet Blackjack and 2 Hand Casino Hold’em are the additions, which give Evolution Gaming the step up in its vast portfolio of poker tables and live blackjack offerings.
Founded in 2006, Evolution Gaming first authorised its mobile gaming platform, including live Casino Hold’em in 2012.
It is available in jurisdictions across the globe, including in Europe, New Jersey and Canada.
Free Bet Blackjack is the latest game to join Evolution’s vast family of live blackjack games.
It offers unlimited seats to its players at a single table, while featuring automatic free bets on hand-picked split and double down bets placed.
“Our Free Bet Blackjack is based on one of the most popular modern varieties of blackjack played in land-based casinos, so we are confident it will be a big hit with players,” Evolution Gaming’s chief product officers Todd Haushalter said in a press released on Friday.
Evolution Gaming has summed up the product as a single hand being dealt to all players, as in infinite blackjack.
The process is achieved with advanced software that combines the live dealing of physical and virtual cards directly to each individual player, irrespective of how many players are at the table at any given time.
Once the initial two cards have been dealt, each player is free to play their hand as they wish and make their own betting decisions.
“During each game round Free Double Down bets on two-card hard 9, 10, 11 total and free split bets on all pairs except 10s are automatically offered to the player whenever their hand qualifies.
The game also includes four optional side bets – any pairs, 21+3, Hot 3 and Bust It – and the Six Card Charlie rule.
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