Gambling film and media brand rights entity Skyrocket Entertainment has announced that its The Games Company studio has joined forces with casino games developer Revolver Gaming.

Acquired earlier this year, the independent casino games studio has inked a platform partnership that it’s said will see the cross integration and enhanced distribution of both gaming portfolios.

The Games Company, now a wholly owned subsidiary of Skyrocket, boasts a suite of branded and non-branded slots which it licenses through its parent company.

Richard Clarke, Skyrocket’s COO, stated: “We are excited to be a part of Revolver Gaming. Not only do they have a solid reputation for quality and innovation, but the partnership will significantly help broaden our reach in delivering exciting and standout content for new players to enjoy. We look forward to building a long and successful relationship together.” 

Encapsulating titles such as Hippie Chicks, Cash Cowboy and Super 7 Wilds alongside a roadmap of branded games planned for 2020 and beyond, the new partnership will see Revolver open up its network of operators to take TGC’s entire gaming portfolio to new audiences.

As a result Revolver’s products, which includes flagship video slot Multiplier Man, Neon Blaze and Squish, will also be made available to The Games Company’s network of operators for the first time as part of the agreement. 

Ryan Lazarus, Revolver’s CEO, added: “We look forward to bringing Skyrocket on-board our new aggregator platform and believe their advantage in branded content will provide a boost for our existing portfolio offering to operator partners. 

“This relationship being reciprocal, we are delighted that Skyrocket will be integrating our content for distribution to their network. This is truly a win-win partnership!”