This will see the group integrate the entire range of Relax Gaming’s proprietary gaming titles, in addition to gaining access to content from third party suppliers via the studio’s Silver Bullet and Powered by programmes.
This announcement, says Relax, will form part of a “continuous stream of distribution agreements being established,” as the group looks to accelerate growth across the country.
Daniel Eskola, COO at Relax Gaming, commented: “As one of the Netherland’s most popular casinos, it’s a fantastic advantage for us to be partnering with Holland Casino at this important juncture for the market and furthering the distribution of our proprietary and third-party games to new audiences.
“The collaboration is testament to both the quality and variety provided through our platform as we drive differentiation, and we look forward to working closely with them to deliver a tailored offering that caters specifically to the Dutch market.”
The state-owned, land-based casino operator was named as one of the first ten recipients of licence to enter Dutch online gambling market after following the October 1 regulatory deadline.
Alongside its aspirations for growth in the Netherlands’ new digital ecosystem, Holland Casino also operators 14 land-based establishments across the country in Enschede, Venlo, Breda, Amsterdam West, Utrecht, Leeuwarden, Amsterdam Center, Rotterdam, Scheveningen, Zandvoort, Groningen, Nijmegen, Valkenburg, and Eindhoven.
Jeroen Verkroost, digital transformation director at Holland Casino, said of the company’s latest distribution deal: “Relax’s reputation for business simplicity and efficient integration have made it a platform we have been eager to integrate with for quite some time.
“We have great expectations for this partnership and know our customers will be big fans of the range of engaging and market-specific online casino content that is already live.”