Mobile table games developer OneTouch has announced a new alignment with gaming technology and platform provider EveryMatrix, under the terms of which it’s supply its full portfolio of slot and table games.

Integrating its suite of content into EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine igaming platform, it comes as OneTouch continues its push into new markets, including Central and Eastern Europe.

Stian Hornsletten, EveryMatrix co-founder and CasinoEngine CEO, commented: “Our mission is to be the liaison between successful operators and innovative game providers.  

“The recent integration of OneTouch with CasinoEngine will enable our operators to quickly get their exciting slots and table games with ingenious visuals and highly creative themes.”

Latest OneTouch slot releases Juicy 7 and Sumo Showdown, which both feature “advanced technologies ensuring a mobile-first experience”, will be made available, as will its range of table games including baccarat, blackjack, hold’em poker, Russian poker and sic bo.

Juicy 7 is billed as “an innovative mobile-first slot” featuring fruit, diamond and lucky number sevens symbols, also detailed as “a throwback to the early iterations of slots but with a modern twist” and playable on both mobile and desktop.

Ollie Castleman, head of marketing at OneTouch, added: “We are constantly looking to grow and expand as a game provider, and our exciting new partnership with EveryMatrix will help us distribute our unique content far and wide.

“Our portfolio of slot and table games are designed to give classic games a modern twist while retaining their authenticity, and we are confident they will prove very popular with players.”

The latest enhancement of EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine came alongside operator of five mobile casino brands Intouch Games.

Designed to drive improved efficiency, create value-added services around aggregation and generate maximum value from each player, the agreement with CasinoEngine is the first undertaken by Intouch Games that will see the firm’s content expand beyond the United Kingdom.