Casino games developer Kalamba Games has signalled its intention for further global expansion after aligning with the Coingaming Group’s integration platform Hub88.

The agreement, under the terms of which Kalamba will supply its remote gaming server, sees the firm’s portfolio of titles immediately go live on the Hub88 platform, including igaming offerings such as Caribbean Anne, and newly-released titles such as Miami Bonus Wheel and Blazing Bull. 

Vladimir Negine, head of Hub88, said: “We believe that Kalamba makes some of the best games around so we’re looking forward to achieving some really powerful results going forward, delivering excellent numbers throughout the rest of 2020 and beyond.” 

The integration sees Kalamba further expanding its global footprint in a series of partnerships that will enable the firm to enhance its own RGS platform, set for a full roll out later this year. Hub88’s integration platform currently hosts over 3,000 games from more than 40 providers.

Tamas Kusztos, head of sales and account management, said: “Hub88 is a great platform to work with and we’re really pleased to be available under the Hub88 banner which offers us potential in all the markets we serve. 

“Offering the Kalamba portfolio under a single API will bolster our core offering and further define our ever-expanding footprint.” 

Last week Kalamba Games partnered with Rootz’s flagship igaming brand Wildz Casino to challenge eight Twitch streamers to win the chance to give input in the design of a new slot title.

The newly unveiled cooperation marks the first time that a games supplier has teamed up with a casino to leverage the Twitch streaming platform in such a way.

The challenge is to run between April 27 – May 10 and will initially see the eight streamers compete to land the single biggest win on any of Kalamba’s back catalogue of games. 

The lucky winner will be invited to work with the company’s studio team and give their input on the development of a slot game.