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Independent software provider Comtrade Gaming, which delivers open gaming platforms to both the online and land based gaming sectors, is striving to enhance its global reach through a new agreement with Skywind Group.

The firm is set to bolster its iCore online gaming platform through the new partnership with the igaming content provider, which is to supply its entire suite of content alongside player engagement tools.

Steven Valentine, director of interactive at Comtrade Gaming, commented: “Player retention is the key foundation of our PAM system (iCore). Our focus has always been on providing tools to make operators successful. 

“Our market leading player engagement features will be further complemented by Skywind’s truly innovative features at a game level. Working with Skywind gives our operator’s access to world class content and an integration that will continue to deliver real measurable benefits for then, now and in the future.” 

As a result of the new content agreement Skywind is to supply its portfolio of more than 250 games including video slots, arcade gaming and branded video titles such as Resident Evil, The Karate Kid, and the soon to be released Casa De Papel and The Last Kingdom. 

Furthermore Skywind, which holds gaming licenses in UK, Malta, Romania, Alderney and Spain, is to provide Comtrade clients with a range of engagement tools, such as bonus coins reward, daily in-game tournaments and split jackpots.

“Comtrade’s multi- channel iCore platform is well founded and rich with features,” noted Oren Cohen Shwartz, Skywind managing director

“It is a great distribution platform for our premium games and inventive player engagement tools. We’re particularly excited about opportunities in Romania.”

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