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Casino platform and game developer Nolimit City has announced a new partnership with Casumo, which it stressed follows “a long viewed mutual interest in collaborating together”.

Nolimit states that the Malta-based online casino operator appealed due to its “quirky and unique approach within the gambling world,” for “maximising their games portfolio and offering a best in class player journey” and “coming up with standout marketing that emphasises their identity as the fun casino”.

This latest agreement for Casumo follows multiple market entries, included the United Kingdom and Denmark, in addition to the re-regulated Swedish jurisdiction.

Andreas Vickman, project manager, and Josefine Hellström, both of Casumo, said in a joint statement: “We have been impressed by the quality of the Nolimit portfolio for quite a while now, and we believe that the titles will be appreciated by our players, especially within our core markets.

“We are also excited to see the performance of upcoming games from Nolimit. In addition, Casumo are looking forward to a fruitful long-term business relationship with Nolimit. Let’s go.”

Under the terms of the deal Casumo is to house a variety of Nolimit’s content “within the growing list of premium suppliers that have helped the company grow to where they are now”.

The two parties have come to terms on a release plan, which is to spread across the remainder of this month, and will see content go live in the UK, Sweden and additional MGA identified markets.

All of Nolimit’s games will go live including their latest releases, Fruits and Ice Ice Yeti alongside Hot Nudge and Casino Win Spin.

Malcolm Mizzi, commercial director at Nolimit City, added: “Seeing our games live on Casumo’s casino library means the world to us! Everyone knows the level of excellence the company has strived to achieve in all these years, so having partnered up with an operator like Casumo makes us a step closer to realising our dream to becoming one of the leading supplier brands out there”.