Passport Technology has linked up with Olympic Entertainment Group to launch its cash access service, CashValet, at the latter’s flagship casino.

ComeOn Group has launched its in-house casino API with German-based Apparat Gaming, which becomes the first to supply its titles to the operator’s customers.

The deal between the two will see both strengthen its presence in the German market and have further plans to expand into other markets in the “near future”. 

“We are very pleased to see Apparat Gaming using our innovative integration technology to provide their exciting games portfolio to all our jurisdictions and brands,” explained Cristiano Blanco, Chief Product Officer at ComeOn Group. 

“This integration was completed within a matter of a few weeks, showing ComeOn’s technical integration power and the level of experience Apparat Gaming has.”

The new casino API is based on technology that will enable ComeOn’s content partners to integrate and benefit from instant distribution across all its jurisdictions and brands.

Martin Frindt, Co-Founder responsible for the partnerships at Apparat Gaming, added: “It is a great honour that ComeOn has chosen Apparat Gaming for their first API integration. Based on this confidence in our capabilities as well as our upcoming games portfolio, we look forward to a great partnership.”

Apparat’s integration into ComeOn’s casino API follows on from the studio’s first round of investment last month, which witnessed Yolo purchase an undisclosed interest in the company.