Comtrade Gaming has struck an agreement with online casino games provider OneGame regarding its remote game server, with the deal lauded by the latter as delivering the “speed and flexibility” desired to launch its latest venture.
This will see the gaming technology supplier enable the developer to gain its own version of the Comtrade gCore RGS platform “for its entire slot building business”.
Jani Domiter, OneGame’s chief operating officer, commented: “We are delighted to partner with Comtrade and their technology. I have been building games for over 20 years and their RGS gives us the speed and flexibility we need to launch our latest venture.
“We have already built over 20 very different games using the technology and look forward to bringing these to the market.”
Comtrade Gaming’s RGS is licensed in the UK, Gibraltar, Malta, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and a number of other jurisdictions, with this agreement following similar such deals previously rolled-out alongside the likes of Ainsworth Games and Bally Technologies.
“Our RGS is a tried and tested game server that is being used by some of the largest game providers,” stated Steven Valentine, Comtrade Gaming’s chief commercial officer.
“The extensive prebuilt SDK’s, pay table adapter and jackpot functionality enable game vendors to build games easily and quickly.”
Last year, Comtrade extended its relationship with Romania’s Superbet, which had first migrated its sportsbook to its platform three years earlier.
Prior to this, the group made its first foray into the US market after striking a deal with G3 Esports to provide its igaming platform, iCore, and backend tech.