Yolo Investments has purchased an undisclosed interest in German-based game developer Apparat Gaming during the latter’s first round of investment.

Online casino platform provider Gamingtec has unveiled an alliance with igaming content developer Pocket Games Soft, which will see the addition of 60 games to the group’s portfolio. 

This will see partners on the Gamingtec platform gain access to content such as Leprechaun Riches, Dragon Hatch, Egypts Book of Mystery, Treasures of Aztec and Lucky Neko, and many others. All games are designed for portrait mobile gameplay.

Valters Garais, account executive at PG Soft, noted: ‘We are glad to be a part of Gamingtec’s already strong casino offering. This partnership not only helps us to expand our reach and build brand awareness but also opens new doors for future expansion. With their range of best of breed solutions, we have no doubt that growth is guaranteed.”

This becomes the second such partnership in quick succession for Gamingtec, which last month emphasised that it has “ambitious goals” for its future development following the appointment of Liam Mulvaney.

Earlier this week the platform supplier rolled-out a collaboration with Wazdan, which saw the addition of more than 130 slots titles to its burgeoning games suite.

Anastasiia Dylevska, casino product manager at Gamingtec, said of the latest agreement: ‘An agreement with PG Soft is an important partnership deal for Gamingtec. As players prefer to play on their mobile phones, we are open to a collaboration with gaming suppliers that offer original high-quality content adapted to mobile devices. 

“This niche is promising, and PG Soft is one of the ambitious players in this market. We are looking forward to working and growing together.’