Online casino content supplier Relax Gaming has secured a further expansion of its services after entering into a new agreement with gaming software developer SoftSwiss.
Under the terms of the agreement Relax Gaming has launched a selection of both its proprietary and partner games with the firm, which stresses it is striving to build a strong reputation with the igaming industry.
Max Trafimovich, CCO at SoftSwiss, said of the new deal: “Relax Gaming has found partners among the most famous brands in the industry, and we are delighted to join their ranks through this collaboration.
“The agreement marks another significant step in the right direction for our business, and will help develop our gaming product lines to take the online casino experience to the next level.”
Relax Gaming’s network of studio partners has become increasingly diverse, with the addition of more than 20 studios in the past year.
The SoftSwiss platform is to gain access to a growing selection of what are said to be high performing Relax and Silver Bullet titles, including Money Train and Temple Tumble, as well as a wide range of Powered By partner content.
Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CEO, added: “SoftSwiss’ efficiency, quality and precision made the company an ideal addition to Relax’s rapidly expanding distribution network as it looks to continue the transformation of B2B content delivery.
“Our impressive portfolio of varied volatilities, styles and themes of slot games will undoubtedly complement its casino offering and we look forward to working with SoftSwiss’ experienced team to provide an unrivalled range of titles to its customers.”
Earlier this month Sydney-based game developer ReelPlay became the latest addition to the Relax Gaming Powered By partnership programme.
Bolstering its platform further still with an extra addition of titles, the organisation is to soon add its portfolio of content to a catalogue that boasts in excess of 570 games.