London headquartered games studio Revolver Gaming has added to a busy November after entering a content-based agreement alongside Pariplay.
Under the terms of the deal the UK firm is to integrate its entire suite of igaming titles into the Pariplay Fusion content aggregation platform.
Via the latest partnership Revolver stresses that it demonstrates a commitment to ongoing expansion in regulated markets, with Pariplay set to offer its games to “a formidable roster” of UK and Gibraltar based operators.
“We are pleased to add Revolver Gaming to our list of esteemed vendors,” commented Richard Mintz, commercial and marketing director at Pariplay.
“Known for their top-quality 3D graphics and entertaining game play, we believe Revolver’s content will further diversify and strengthen our portfolio offering on the Pariplay fusion system.
“This partnership reflects our continued commitment to become the world’s biggest provider of premium quality content.”
Among the titles set to be made available as a result of the link-up are video slot titles such as Wishes, The Big Deal and Squish.
Last week Revolver bolstered its presence Baltic region via an agreement with 11.lv, before entering a distribution agreement alongside CasinoEngine, the casino integration platform of gaming technology and platform provider EveryMatrix.
Ryan Lazarus, CEO of Revolver Gaming, added: “We’re very excited about our partnership with Pariplay as their distribution network helps us expand to new operators. More players in the UK and other regulated markets will now be able to enjoy Revolver’s full portfolio of games for years to come.”
Last month Aspire Global finalised its previously announced €13.1m acquisition of Isle of Man-based GMS Entertainment, the owner of casino games provider Pariplay, according to the initial conditions revealed on June 28, 2019.
Securing 100 per cent of the shares of GMS Entertainment, following approval by the relevant authorities, the transaction is expected to have a positive effect on the company’s EBITDA from next year.