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Slots Temple has unveiled the latest addition to its affiliate site and free-to-play tournaments, after unveiling a partnership with UK development studio 4ThePlayer.

The first collaboration with 4ThePlayer will see the Aztec adventure 3 Secret Cities be introduced to the tournament arena, allowing users of the affiliate network to sample the game and go in search of the lost temple treasures to claim the top prize position.

“We are always looking for new, exciting and fun ways for players to enjoy our games,” noted Henry McLean, co-founder, commercial and marketing director of 4ThePlayer.

“Slot Temple’s innovative free play leaderboard tool gives players a great way to enjoy our games and to win fun, themed prizes. We can’t wait for players to explore the lost cities and find gold in the free play 3 Secret Cities Slot Temple Tournament.”

After partnering with the producer of slots titles, such as 9K Yeti, 1,2,3 Boom! and 2 Gods Zeus vs Thor, Slots Temple says that more agreements are set to be released over the coming months.

Fraser Linkleter, CMO of Slots Temple, said: “Our Slots Temple tournaments have been a phenomenal success, and this is reaffirmed by the partnerships we are now agreeing with the very best developers, we place 4ThePlayer firmly in that category.

“Our desire to be a true marketing asset to their activities has really added a different dimension to our site offering and has shown the affiliate community can be an integral part of any operator or developers’ strategy. We can’t wait to get working alongside 4ThePlayer and place their content at the heart of our players.”

Last month, Slots Temple completed the application process to secure membership into Responsible Affiliates in Gambling, the independent body aiming to raise standards in the affiliate sector.

Following the successful navigation of the membership process and meeting all the entry criteria, including a third-party social responsibility audit, Slots Temple was inducted into the RAiG association, alongside a pledge to provide the safest gaming environment for their users.