Casino aggregation platform provider Iforium has further enhanced its comprehensive content portfolio with the integration of real-money games from Design Works Gaming.

Boasting a variety of land-based and social casino content, DWG will debut an initial 20 real-money games, all available to Iforium’s global operator partners viat its Gameflex platform.

Phil Parry, CEO of Iforium, said: “We’re pleased to add and offer our global customers DWG’s first ever real-money games. If these are anywhere near as successful as they are across land-based and social casinos, then it will be a win-win for both companies.”

These will include titles such a 10x Fortune, Hold Your Horses, Empire of Wilds and Diamonds Sapphires and Rubies.

Andy Harris, CEO at DWG UK, said: “Iforium have become one of the industry’s leading content aggregators, and we are extremely happy to be able to offer our games to their operating partners.

“We’re really looking forward to introducing our top performing land-based and social content to the real money gaming market. 

“Our portfolio comprises a great mix of video and stepper slots, including the very best of the many titles we have made for Novomatic, Aristocrat and IGT, authentic scratch cards and unique non-reel spinning games. 

“We strongly believe iForium’s customers are going to benefit greatly from being first to market with this varied and proven suite of content.”

The aggregator further established its tier one credentials last month following ISO 27001 certification for the operations behind its Gameflex platform.

This ensures that IForium’s senior management, as well as all its operations and controls, are fully compliant with data protection practices and procedures set by the International Organisation for Standardisation and the International Electrotechnical Commission.

Relating to the operations behind the firm’s Gameflex platform, iForium’s internal process were tasked with surpassing rigorous testing against the standard’s strict assessment criteria, ensuring it met the 114 controls and seven clauses required over a nine-month period.