Relax Gaming eyes Romanian expansion after inking new deal with Platinum Casino
Relax Gaming has its eyes set on expansion as the gaming company prepares to expand into Romania thanks to a deal with Platinum Casino.
World Casino Directory reports the Malta-based iGaming aggregator and content supplier has expanded its footprint in Romania, with Platinum Casino players to soon have access to popular slots from Relax’s in-house portfolio.
Its games include the Aztec-themed Temple Tumble, Money Train and Snake Arena.
All three of the slots have already proven to be player favourites in the market.
Also part of the deal is a selection of the suppliers premium titles from its extensive library of aggregated third-party content from studios such as 4ThePlayer, Kalamba Games and Fantasma Games.
Relax Gaming chief commercial officer Daniel Eskola commented on the new partnerships, noting that as one of Romania’s most popular online casinos, it is of great benefit for Relax to partnership with Platinum.
“The collaboration is a testament to the quality and variety provided through our platform and we are looking forward to working closely with our new partners to deliver a tailored offering of localised content that is primed for the Romanian market,” Mr Eskola said.
The supply agreement increases the St Julian’s-headquartered firm’s exposure in Romania, which has significantly increased since becoming one of the first suppliers to be granted a license in the country in 2016.
Moreover, it demonstrates the draw of its portfolio with leading operators in their local jurisdiction.
Platinum Casino’s head of marketing Carla Dinca said: “Relax’s reputation for business simplicity and efficient integration have made it a platform we have been eager to integrate for some time.”
“We have great expectations for this partnership and know our customers will be big fans of the range of engaging and market specific online casino content that is soon set to go live.”
Relax Gaming & Powered By join forces
Online gaming content and platform provider Relax Gaming today announced that it has secured another partner to its Powered By B2B program.
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.