Wild Streak and IGT expand ‘long-standing’ collaboration deal

Wild Streak has inked an agreement with International Game Technology to develop four exclusive land-based slot titles for the supplier. 

Wild Streak Gaming has inked an agreement with International Game Technology to develop four exclusive land-based slot titles for the supplier. 

The deal between the two, which is an extension of its previous relationship occurring in August last year, will see Wild Streak develop a title to be released by IGT in Q2 2022, entitled Greek/Lucky Lightning. 

“We have enjoyed a productive and long-standing collaboration with IGT and are delighted to expand our relationship with them for the development of an additional four titles for their land-based slot operations,” noted Doug Fallon, Managing Director of Group Content at Bragg Gaming Group and Founder of Wild Streak.

Wild Streak has produced multiple slot titles for IGT including Wolf Run Gold, as well as its latest game, Queenie and Dreamy Genie.

The Las Vegas-based content creation studio Wild Streak Gaming was acquired by Bragg Gaming Group in June last year and offers a portfolio of casino games that are offered by land-based, online and social casino operators in global markets including in North America and Europe.

The extended agreement between Wild Streak and IGT continues a busy week for the latter that saw the firm deploy its games and casino management system at the soon-to-open NUSTAR Resort and Casino in Cebu. 

Enhancing its standing in the Philippines, the integration of IGT’s Advantage CMS, as well as numerous games and cabinets from the provider, will connect NUSTAR’s slot and table games, while enabling the casino to build patron loyalty, optimise its casino operations and access real-time performance analytics. 

Additionally, IGT revealed its latest financial results this week for the first quarter ended March 31, 2022, with headline figures showing consolidated revenue at $1.1bn, up four per cent, and seven per cent at constant currency, from $1bn the previous year. 

Furthermore, global gaming revenue increased 42 per cent to $325m, driven by significantly higher product sales revenue and higher active installed base units, said the firm.