Relax Gaming signs deal with up-and-coming online casino 1win

Relax Gaming signs deal with up-and-coming online casino 1win

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iGaming collector and supplier of content Relax Gaming has signed a content distribution deal with new online casino 1win. The partnership will permit the operator, established in 2018, to launch a variety of quality titles from Relax’s booming portfolio including smash hits like Money Train 2, Temple Tumble and Snake Arena, which are set to go live after the simple integration.

1win will also be able to access a large collection of third-party content, which includes popular slots from the supplier’s 11 Silver Bullet studio partners, all of which have been hand-picked by Relax in a bid to showcase their commitment to quality and innovation.

Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CCO, said: “It’s always a pleasure to partner with ambitious online casino brands that are looking to make an impact in the market through innovation and a quality offering. 1win is an operator with clear potential having gained popularity quickly in its two years of operation. With our portfolio they will no doubt continue to build a solid player base and differentiate from the competition.”

This deal exhibits the appeal of Relax’s platform among both established and emerging online casino brands, since it has partnered with a large variety of operators of all sizes over the past 24 months. Relax Gaming has over 10 years of experience in cooperation with the industry’s leading online casinos. It provides partners with a portfolio of more than 1,000 proprietary and third-party studio games via a quick and simple integration.

“Relax Gaming’s aggregation platform is one of the most diverse in the industry, offering player-favourite games that will be critical to our acquisition and retention goals while setting our brand apart. Working with them has been seamless from the start, setting the scene for a long and successful partnership.” Said head of strategical development at 1win Ivan Portyg.

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