Gaming1 has hailed its “transformational deal” with Ardent Group’s CVC Capital Partners Fund VIII as the “next phase” of the company’s growth. 

Slotegrator, an igaming solutions provider and aggregator, has struck two new partnerships after agreeing content distribution deals with Mplay and Cogg Studios.

Titles from both studios will now be made available to Slotegrator’s online casino partners via its APIgrator solution.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Mplay Games,” commented Slotegrator’s head of sales Vadim Potapenko.

“The gaming studio has developed quite a few premium games so far, and we are excited to add them to our aggregator platform. We believe that our partnership will be productive and inspiring.”

Mplay has placed a focus on the Indian market, visible in its themed slots like Diwali Dhamaka, Bollywood Stars and Indian T20 League, plus the range of traditional table and board games like Teen Patti and Andar Bahar – all of which run on a Quinel-certified Random number generator.

Mplay’s marketing manager added: “We are delighted to have signed up a distribution deal with Slotegrator. The integration will allow Mplay to offer its product suite to a much wider audience and we believe that our gaming portfolio will perform very well on their vast distribution network.”

Meanwhile Cogg Studio’s suite of titles – which includes slots such as Professor Morris’ Time Machine and Ink 4 Reel, plus the Jack series of scratch cards – are available in multiple jurisdictions and have been optimised for both desktop and mobile devices.

The two new partnerships follow on from the announcement that Vibra Gaming, a Latin American game and platform developer, has added to its partnership network after striking a strategic alliance with Slotegrator.