Europe, EU

European gaming operator Interwetten is to welcome content from online casino content supplier Relax Gaming under the terms of a new partnership.

Malta headquartered Relax, who unveiled plans to enter boxing and mixed martial arts as part of its first branded content agreement last week, adds another firm to its operator portfolio after “signing more than 50 agreements in a matter of months,” with its suite of content containing in excess of 570 titles.

Daniel Eskola, CEO of Relax Gaming, commented: “Interwetten is a leading operator in Germany, Austria and beyond, and we are delighted to be bringing our full suite of proprietary and partner content to its players.

“We’re confident that its players will enjoy playing our games time and time again and are looking forward to realising this partnership’s full potential.”

As part of the link-up the provider’s range of in-house content, including table games and video slots such as Dragon’s Awakening, and block breaking title Temple Tumble, will be made available to the operator as part of the agreement.

Furthermore, Interwetten will also have access to content from Relax Gaming’s growing portfolio of Silver Bullet and Powered By partners.

Mario Bilic, head of casino at Interwetten, added: “Relax Gaming’s products might be new, but they’re making the kind of waves that make us confident that they’ll add a positive new dimension to our casino offering.

“The groundbreaking Silver Bullet partner program provides us with fantastic ease of access to an abundance of innovative titles from Relax Gaming’s partner studios, which we are excited to be introducing to our players.”

Last week casino content developer Pragmatic Play unveiled plans to increase the distribution of its live casino offering, after sealing what it describes as a “landmark” agreement alongside Interwetten.

Under the terms of the deal the former is to provide Interwetten customers with its live casino suite, broadcast “using the latest technology from a state-of-the-art, newly constructed studio”.