On-line on line casino instrument supplier and on line casino sport studio NetGame Leisure have secured a distribution take care of SoftSwiss, which can permit their on line casino sport content material to be allotted at the gaming platform owned and operated through the Curacao headquartered gaming platform supplier and sport developer.
Simply two weeks in the past NetGame Leisure additionally related up with StakeLogic’s Greenlogic® platform, as the sport developer continues to fortify its achieve with avid gamers.
NetGame Leisure had been established again in 2012 and all over the previous two years have focused on creating on line casino video games utilising html5, with now boasting over 30 video games in this platform. Video games that NetGame Leisure have evolved and produced come with Hit in Vegas, Golden Skulls, Diamond Shot, Magic Tree, Clover Stones, African King and Magic Dragons.
The distribution deal agreed upon and reached with SoftSwiss will see NetGame Leisure combine its whole portfolio of titles onto the SoftSwiss platform. The video games might be made to be had to each and every one in every of SoftSwiss’ shoppers via its fast-growing Recreation Aggregator. One of the main video games incorporated throughout the deal come with Ebook of Nile: Revenge, Cloverstones, Jackpot Sevens and the lately launched multiplayer Fishing Kingdom wreck hit.
SoftSwiss’ Recreation Aggregator resolution brings in combination over 70 on line casino sport builders, that includes in way over over 10,000 on line casino video games blended.
NetGame Leisure’s Leader Govt Officer, Andrey Zhurilo, mentioned of the deal: “SoftSwiss’ ever increasing Recreation Aggregator is held within the best regard throughout the iGaming trade and this deal will permit us to provide our top quality slots to a much broader target audience.”
Whilst SoftSwiss’ Aggregator Staff Lead, Tatyana Kaminskaya, added: “We’re very excited so as to add NetGame to our huge sport suppliers portfolio. We do hope that our mutual cooperation will assist force additional expansion for our shoppers’ industry.”