Casino platform and game developer Nolimit City has added to a string of deals agreed this year, by inking a fresh alignment alongside European gaming operator Interwetten.
Stressing that is has gotten “off to a flying start,” the Malta based organisation believes that the sportsbook and online casino “will be one of many important deals this quarter.”
Going live in 1997, Interwetten is striving to grow its online casino portfolio, with the inclusion of Nolimit’s full catalogue of titles, including their March release Starstruck, said to be “a very promising partnership for both sides”.
Mario Bilic, head of casino at Interwetten, commented on the new agreement: “Historically Interwetten has had a strong sportsbook following, but over the years we have grown our casino business to become one of the leading revenue streams.
“Our aim is to continuously add premium providers that stand out, and Nolimit City are just the kind of partners we are happy to join forces with.”
The deal between the two comes after a number of announced deals by Nolimit, and will “be another case study towards the consistent growth” for the Malta and UK licensed studio.
Interwetten will house a number of titles such as Hot Nudge, Tesla Jolt and Casino-Win-Spin, and will go live across several markets.
Malcolm Mizzi, commercial director at Nolimit City, added: “Another great announcement for us as we increase the momentum throughout our client and games portfolio.
“Interwetten has been on our radar for a while now, this deal gives us the confidence that we are heading in the right direction. Interwetten are seasoned operators with a solid team behind the company.”
Nolimit’s most recent deal came with gaming content specialist SoftSwiss last month, who strived to add further strength to its online cryptocurrency platform, available to run across desktop, mobile and tablet devices.