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Online casino games developer Kalamba Games has rolled-out a partnership with CompetitionLabs that is to see the provider’s slots content leverage the firm’s gamification platform.

Aiming to introduce “a compelling new offering for both players and operators,” customers of CompetitionLabs’ platform benefit from real-time leaderboards and achievements, with the ability to rapidly prototype new rules and scoring mechanics.

“We love it when our customers push the edge – Kalamba Games is a welcome addition to the CompetitionLabs family,” noted Julian Steinwender, CPO at CompetitionLabs.

Since 2017 CompetitionLabs has been aiming to utilise its platform to usher in an igaming transformation via its real-time gamification toolkit. The company asserts that it “champions” customer-centric mechanisms, such as leaderboards, achievements and quests. 

Andy Sekula, head of games at Kalamba Games, commented: “CompetitionLabs gives us a platform that keeps up with customers – genuinely up to date achievements and promotions and tools that allows us to innovate and push the boundaries of player engagement. 

“Game interactivity and fun for our players is at the heart of Kalamba’s strategy and CompetitionLabs fits perfectly with this.”

Last month CasinoBeats rolled-out a new series looking at the varying influences that can affect individuals, with even, what seems on the surface, the smallest incident able to have a profound effect on the character and development of individuals.

Those in igaming are undoubtedly no different, but one segment whose reach throughout the sector can’t be denied concerns the many generations of video games platforms and the seemingly unending spin-offs that ensue.

Continuing to ask those across the industry to elaborate on their own paths, Konrad Nykiel, art director at Kalamba Games, picked up the conversation and spoke of his influences here