Casino operator Pomadorro has penned a new partnership with Nolimit City, “marking the beginning of an exciting venture” which was initially agreed at the start of the year.
The latest partnership by the Malta, Stockholm and India-based online casino platform and game developer Nolimit has seen the completion of “rapid integration” with the firm, finalising the direct integration between the two.
Malcolm Mizzi, commercial director at Nolimit City, explained: “What a way to start the year, back from the Christmas holidays only to sign one of the most prominent operators out there.
“Just looking at what Pomadorro have achieved in the few years they have been running their operation gives us immense hope for what’s the come with this partnership. We believe that our games will bring something fresh and exciting to Pomadorro’s players.”
Integrating its RGS platform, a selection of Nolimit titles, including latest release Fruits which was launched industry wide in January, are live on Pomadorro’s two brands.
Lauding the company’s delivery of “a purely joyful experience to their players,” Pomadorro manages the www.casino-x.com and www.joycasino.com offerings, which are present in several markets.
A representative for Pomadorro, added: “We are excited to introduce Nolimit’s exciting content to our players. Their approach towards being unique and standing out in their own way ties in well with our brands and overall strategy. We are determined to partner up with only the best suppliers out there, and Nolimit fit the bill.”
This follow the announcement of 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 came after multiple market entries, included the United Kingdom and Denmark, in addition to the re-regulated Swedish jurisdiction.