Evoplay Entertainment and SlotCube’s join forces for portfolio integration

Evoplay Entertainment and SlotCube’s join forces for portfolio integration

Posted by: AffPapa

Evoplay Entertainment has announced its most recent agreement with SlotCube, in a bid to present a high-quality portfolio of exceptional casino games to the casino operator’s players in European markets.

Through this deal, the game developer will be integrating more than 100 of its games into SlotCube’s offering. These titles include the likes of Pachin-Girl, which was inspired by Japan and Japanese culture, as well as Book of Keno and Penalty Shoot-out inspired by football.

Additionally, this partnership comes after the developer had a launch with EveryMatrix, the pioneering platform provider.

Commenting on the announcement, Vladimir Malakchi, Evoplay Entertainment CBDO, said: 

SlotCube has established its credentials as one of the most exciting operators in the social casino space, so we are thrilled to have completed this comprehensive commercial deal.

Equipped with a dynamic range of hugely popular gaming titles, we’re here to deliver for a partnership network that grows bigger by the day.

Melih Mucuk, SlotCube COO, added: 

Evoplay Entertainment’s groundbreaking use of new technology and unique thematic effects has widespread appeal with the emerging generation of players, so partnering with the supplier is a fantastic step for us.

The social casino vertical is set to play a hugely important role in the coming year, and we’re proud to be one of the most exciting providers within it.

Furthermore, the developer has been recognised by industry leaders all over the industry thanks to its one-of-a-kind outlook on content improvement and creation. The company rakes in many new audiences all the time thanks to its appealing portfolio full of entertaining slots and table games.

Last year, the supplier was able to expand its scope into many new markets through its strategic partnerships in Malta, the UK, Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia throughout the Christmas holidays.

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