Mobile-focused games provider Gaming Realms has extended its licensing partnership with King Show Games, enabling the firm to continue producing Slingo alternatives of the latter’s popular slot titles.

Gamebeat has become the latest company to sign a new agreement with the SoftSwiss game aggregator.

Through the partnership, Gamebeat’s entire portfolio of games will be made available to SoftSwiss’ network of white label operators as well as its game aggregator clients operating under a Curacao licence. 

As a result, SoftSwiss partners will benefit from access to ‘atmospheric stories with eye catching graphics’, with the portfolio including games such as Raging Lion, Throne of Camelot, Book of Elixir and Fortune Five.

Nikita Keino, partner managers team lead at SoftSwiss, commented on the deal: “Gamebeat is a rather young gaming studio filled with loads of ambition, striving to innovate and create at every step of the way. 

“Their honesty and transparency, along with a desire to always strive for the best results possible. We cannot wait to start our work together!”

SoftSwiss noted that Gamebeat’s content will also become available to online casino projects operating on their own platforms via SoftSwiss’ unified Game Aggregator API.

Mark Neufeld, GameBeat project manager, added: “Without limiting ourselves, we create games with atmospheric stories, eye-catching graphics, and immersive sound design. 

“Our creative process is fun and challenging. That’s why we fully immerse ourselves in it. And we are honest with feedback and results to create better quality products. Also, we believe people are key. So, we support talents and appreciate constructive relations with partners.”