Online gambling organisation 888 Holdings has bolstered the output of its casino entity after rolling-out a new agreement alongside igaming content developer Realistic Games.
As a result of the partnership the online gaming and entertainment solutions providers 888casino has launched a selection of the supplier’s growing portfolio.
Robert Lee, commercial director of Realistic Games, explained: “We are thrilled to launch our content with 888casino, one of the world’s leading online gaming and entertainment solutions providers with an impressive track-record.
“Partnering with yet another tier one operator demonstrates the continued popularity of our portfolio amongst a wide variety of players, enabling them to enjoy our most successful 3 and 5 reel slot titles.”
The link-up sees a variety of the supplier’s slot titles, including Funsize Fireworks, 8th Wonder, Super Graphics Upside Down, 6 Appeal Deluxe and Super Graphics Super Lucky become available on 888casino’s UK platform.
Furthermore, Realistic has also gone live with the firm in Sweden, where its players can enjoy a wider selection of games such as Fortune 5, 6 Appeal Deluxe, 8th Wonder, Big Wheel and Pentagram.
“At 888 we aim to offer our customers the best, most entertaining experience through an engaging portfolio of games,” commented Guy Cohen, SVP B2C of 888 Holdings.
“Realistic Games’ content has a signature style that will resonate well with our players in multiple markets, whilst continuing to advance our portfolio with titles featuring unique and innovative mechanics. We look forward to working with Realistic Games and are excited to offer more of their titles to our customers as the partnership progresses.”
Earlier this month 888 pledged increased commitment and activity towards safer gambling, with continuous improvements to be felt across three core areas.
This comes as the company delivers a financial report for the period ending December 31, 2019, which saw a 58.3 per cent drop pre-tax profit to $45.3m (2018: $108.7m) despite group record revenue of $560.3m (2018: $529.9m).
Recently introducing its proprietary safe gambling software, it follows 888 committing to its new corporate social responsibility framework centred around the three key focus segments under its ‘Safer. Better. Together.’ strategy.