Relax Gaming has rolled-out a new partnership with Global Gaming in a deal which is to see the firm launch its entire portfolio of proprietary and third-party slot games with the operator’s flagship brand Ninja Casino.

Under the terms of the agreement Relax’s in-house content, including Temple Tumble and Money Train, will be made available, as well as upcoming releases from its growing catalogue of proprietary slots.  

Integrated third-party games from the supplier’s extensive portfolio will also go live, including a selection of igaming titles from a number of partners such as Big Time Gaming, Push Gaming, STHLMGAMING and Kalamba Games.

Dirk Camilleri, head of casino at Ninja Casino, said of the deal: “Relax Gaming not only offers a quality range of content but also a simple aggregation model and user-friendly interface that provides quick and smooth integration.

“We pride ourselves on utilising the latest cutting-edge technology to deliver the best possible casino experience to our customers and partnering with Relax allows us to further advance our offering with industry leading games.” 

The partnership with Ninja Casino is praised as adding “another major online name” to the online casino content provider and aggregation platform’s distribution network.

Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CCO, stated: “Securing this deal with Ninja Casino demonstrates that our offer of technical excellence and business simplicity provides real value to major operators in the European market. 

“Ninja Casino’s broad customer base will boost our distribution in both new and existing markets and help us to reach new players.”

Last week, the Spelinspektionen rejected an application by Viral Interactive to resurrect the Ninja Casino brand within the Swedish online gaming market.

Global Gaming transferred the domain to Viral Interactive, a holder of a Swedish license for commercial online gaming issued by the Swedish Gambling Authority, five months ago after its licenses were revoked by the regulator.

It was said that Global Gaming would act as a marketing partner to Viral Interactive and would continue to provide support in terms of resources and expertise in marketing, customer experience and branding for as well as the previous launched

Alongside the transfer, Viral Interactive applied to add the domain to the others on its licence, a motion which the Spelinspektionen has now rejected.