CasinoEngine lands distribution deal with Big Time Gaming

CasinoEngine lands distribution deal with Big Time Gaming

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EveryMatrix has landed a brand new content distribution agreement with the thought leader in online slot development, Big Time Gaming. The content is set to be provided through an integration between CasinoEngine, the igaming productivity platform, and B2B multi-supplier Relax Gaming.

Developer Big Time Gaming is an Australia-based leader in the casino games industry and its Megaways mechanic has brought in the hearts of players all around the globe. Big Time Gaming’s titles supply a completely special player experience with major hits including titles such as Bonanza, Survivor Megaways and the newly-launched Cyberslot Megaclusters, setting the benchmark for casino game development.

“We are thrilled to have entered into a partnership with EveryMatrix and see our content on its CasinoEngine platform. Our games are popular the world over and we’re always really excited to forge new relationships that will give our games a whole new audience.” Said Nik Robinson, CEO of Big Time Gaming, in a comment on the news.

The supplier’s fun and exciting content will be distributed to EveryMatrix’s network of casino operators via CasinoEngine, the igaming integration and productivity platform. Target markets include Estonia, Latvia, Malta, Romania, Sweden, UK, Germany and Spain.

Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO at EveryMatrix, also stated: “It’s not an overstatement to say that Big Time Gaming is a pioneer in the casino vertical and we are excited to distribute their amazing content to our network of tier-one operators. Everyone knows their Megaways, and their work is often mentioned by operators, players and affiliates alike. Welcome to CasinoEngine!”

Grossing over 11,500+ titles from 175+ providers and 450+ local and global jackpots, CasinoEngine is permanently escalating the coverage to the benefit of its clients who are interested in entering promising and newly regulated markets, deliver fresh content to their players or renew their existing game collection.

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