Solid gaming link-up for Slotmill following Relax distribution deal

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Online casino content supplier Slotmill is toasting a pair of successes, after the group entered two commercial tie-ups in quick succession.

The most recent of these has been secured alongside content aggregator Solid Gaming, which will, under the terms of the partnership, gain Slotmill’s entire portfolio of slots titles during the first quarter of the year.

Thomas Nimstad, CEO at Solid Gaming, said: “Slotmill has rapidly established themselves as a rising star. The full HD graphics and innovative functions combined with a mobile focused UI and super light-weight game clients makes me very excited to add their slots to our portfolio.”

Among the games to be made available to Solid Gaming and the firm’s network of operator partners are Vikings Creed, Outlaws, and Templar Treasures.

The latter is a 5×3 slot based on the Knights Templar theme of Arthurian legend, and features 10 fixed bet-lines and a maximum win of x7000 the bet stake, the title also boasts ‘Burst Mode’ functionality, whereby the reels are stripped away for faster, more focused gameplay.

Johan Ohman, founder of Slotmill, noted: “I am thrilled over the partnership with Solid Gaming. Their extensive network of operators was a key decision criteria but equally their focus on quality content which extends as a seal of credibility also to their partners.”

This collaboration follows a partnership unveiled earlier in the week, which saw the igaming supplier team-up with online casino aggregator and supplier Relax Gaming.

Similar to its Solid Gaming link-up, Slotmill’s suite of gaming titles are expected to be available to Relax’s operator network during Q1.

Simon Hammon, CPO at Relax Gaming, commented: “Slotmill´s pedigree with top talent from the industry giants shows in their games which are a delight to play. I am really impressed by their portfolio of engaging and well-balanced games which I think will be well received by the player-communities of our operators.”