FLG unlocks white label’s ‘full value’ via further platform developments

First Look Games has rolled-out an expanded product offering after debuting a white label client area that is based on the group’s platform but has been further developed to support operator access and asset delivery.

Noting the challenges associated with building a client game lobby, FLG added that studios need to upload game sheets, large assets, images, videos and, in some cases, demos of the game, which takes up a sizable portion of storage space.

Tom Galanis, Managing Director at First Look Games, said: “A client game lobby acts as a shop window for operators and their casino managers, allowing them to see the studio’s slots and accompanying information, access marketing assets and even demo the games.

“But building a client area from scratch is rarely quick and normally pulls development resources from other projects. The First Look white label area is a ready-to-roll-out solution that allows studios to showcase their titles effectively and efficiently.

“Of course, it comes with the added benefit of having the option to automatically sync with our main First Look Games platform, allowing studios to unlock the full value of our growing suite of products and services seamlessly and easily.” 

The white label space boasts up to 30TB of allocated space and 800,000 active files. Furthermore, it can support individual file sizes of 10GB. 

Security is taken a step further with only logged-in users able to access and download hosted files and segmentation available to users.

It also offers the option to bring in custom functionality such as single sign-on via Oauth/Open ID or a third-party. In addition, it can be hosted in any data centre in any country upon request.

The FLG white label client area is fully compatible with custom end user licence agreements on a per-game basis, allowing the studio to set up different EULA checks for specific games such as branded slots.