Gaming Realms has launched content with Sky Betting and Gaming in the UK and DraftKings in New Jersey, as the firm continues an encouraging performance highlighted in February’s financial report.

Commenting that its content licensing business “continued to go from strength to strength,” Gaming Realms has lauded the launch of its Slingo Originals content “with two key international operators”.

Commencing a three-year partnership with Sky Betting and Gaming, the firm is to provide its real-money gaming portfolio to customers across the UK, Ireland and Europe.

The agreement begins with Slingo Rainbow Riches content immediately becoming available on SBG’s Sky Vegas online casino, via a prior link-up Scientific Games. This will be followed by a further roll-out of Slingo Originals content across SBG’s portfolio sites.

Furthermore, Gaming Realms has entered a three-year deal with US-based digital sports entertainment and gaming company DraftKings that is to see Slingo Originals content become available via its New Jersey site.

Michael Buckley, interim CEO and non-executive chairman of Gaming Realms, explained: “Our expanding portfolio of Slingo games continues to grow in popularity and these partnerships are testament to the quality of the content that we at Gaming Realms produce. It is thanks to leading operators such as SBG and DraftKings that we are increasing our global footprint and reaching ever greater numbers of customers. 

“We are extremely pleased to be partnering with such esteemed operators in the industry and look forward to working closely with the teams at both SBG and DraftKings to deliver exciting and unique content to all their users over the coming months. These agreements help to underpin the board’s confidence in the year ahead.”

DraftKings has also debuted its fifth new office in two years, with the organisation introducing an engineering center in Dublin that is to complement its US workforce.

“It is a great honour to build our team and brand in Dublin – a prime destination for technology and sports gaming, and we could not be more excited to tap Irish talent,” stated Travis Dunn, chief technology officer. “Staffing a European office in close collaboration with our Boston headquarters will allow us to serve our customers.”