Relax Gaming has inked a distribution deal with Ellmount Entertainment, which lauds the partnership as an “important step” in heightening its igaming offering.

This will see the online casino aggregator and supplier go live on Ellmount’s Malta Gaming Authority licensed CasinoRoom entity.

Under the terms of the deal, Relax, which lauds a dramatically increased footprint that will be felt as a result of the deal, will supply the operator group with its range of proprietary titles, such as Top Dawg$, Dead Man’s Trail and Money Train 2.

“We have a track record for pushing the boundaries in game development and are confident that reputation will grow thanks to this new partnership with Ellmount Entertainment,” Daniel Eskola, CCO at Relax Gaming, said of the commercial tie-up.

“This deal comes as testament to the value that Relax brings to the table for both the operators and studios we work with, delivering top-level content quickly and easily. We are excited to see this deal blossom in the coming months.”

Ellmount Entertainment, which offers slots, live casino and table games, also sees CasinoRoom hold a licence in Sweden, which is said to align with Relax’s own ambitious expansion plans in the Nordic market. 

Mery Blomqvist, CMO at Ellmount Entertainment, added: “Further increasing our offering with a key partner like Relax Gaming is an important step for everyone here at Ellmount Entertainment. 

“We look forward to seeing their intuitive designs and innovative gameplay draw new players from a host of demographics thanks to this agreement.”

Last week, Relax’s Volatile Vikings claimed SlotBeats’ Slot of the Week award, which saw Simon Hammon, CPO at the group, praise “another tremendous job” from its dev team.

The 6×5 cascading slot invites players to go raiding with features including a scatter pay mechanic along with a multiplier reveal and free spins mode.