Gamingtec has unveiled the latest expansion to its burgeoning content suite, as the igaming platform provider secures a content-based partnership with online casino content provider Spribe.
The Kiev, Ukraine, and Tallinn, Estonia, based Spribe becomes the latest in a string of commercial tie-ups for Gamintec, following on from the likes of Kalamba Games, Plank Gaming, and Blueprint Gaming.
Under the terms of the agreement, Spribe’s content suite, which the firm states has been “designed specifically for generation Y players,” is to be integrated.
This includes games such as Hilo, Dice, Mines, Goal, Mini Roulette and others as well as its “most engaging” title, Aviator, which is lauded as an “excellent addition” to the Gamingtec roster.
Gamingtec’s game portfolio already includes more than 7000 slots provided by a number of game development studios, with the firm outlining an aim of expanding its output across regulated gaming markets.
Anastasiia Dylevska, casino product manager at Gamingtec, commented: “One of our main goals is to form an upscale game portfolio to develop the frontiers of collaboration with our B2B partners.
“Giving the green light to such ambitious content providers as Spribe, integrating their original products to our platform, we enhance the diversity of the game offering in the igaming industry generally.
“We praise a unique and engaging Aviator game and other products by Spribe, and we are looking forward to a successful and mutually beneficial partnership going forward.”
This latest development follows a pair of key approvals secured by Spribe in the last month, with the granting of a remote operating licence by the UK Gambling Commission followed up by licence approval being secured by the Malta Gaming Authority.
“We are very excited to partner with Gamingtec and provide our flagship Aviator and other new generation games through their innovative platform,” added David Natroshvili, managing partner at Spribe.