Casino operator Genting UK has penned a new extended agreement with developer and distributor of casino table games and systems Galaxy Gaming.

The partnership with the independent provider is over a multi-year period, with the new deal involving in-house developed table games and a variety of technology, platform and system support.

Marike Downes, head of product development at Genting UK, said: “We are delighted to continue to work with Galaxy Gaming to bring innovative gaming experiences to our casino customers.  Our player’s appetite for bonuses and variations of classic games is growing rapidly and we pride ourselves on offering the best casino games in the UK.”

Delving into the deal a little further, the integrated partnership will involve product and marketing support for all Galaxy Gaming proprietary table game titles and progressive systems at certain Genting properties across the UK.

Todd Cravens, CEO at Galaxy Gaming, added: “We’re thrilled to continue to grow our relationship with Genting UK, ensuring more Genting customers have the opportunity to play our table game offerings. Showcasing our table game products with an established casino like Genting UK is a huge honour.

Last month Las Vegas, Nevada, headquartered Galaxy Gaming underwent a series of strategic reshuffling and recruitment as it strived to expand its international reach.

Firstly, gaming industry veteran Gavin Isaacs, whose previous experience has been built-up over a number of positions, including president of Aristocrat Technologies, chief operating officer of Bally Technologies, CEO of SHFL Entertainment and president and CEO of Scientific Games, joined as a member of the firm’s board of directors.

This proceeded Gabrielle Houston and John Strickland joining Galaxy as vice president of finance and director of marketing respectively, at a time which also saw Ann Huysmans, who joined the team two years ago, move up the ladder from her previous role of compliance manager to gaming compliance officer.