Thursday, February 15, 2018

Relax Gaming Limited signs LeoVegas AB agreement

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Relax Gaming Limited signs LeoVegas AB agreement

After last week inking a content distribution deal with Kindred Group, online casino games developer Relax Gaming Limited is at it again after signing a similar agreement earlier today with Swedish iGaming operator LeoVegas AB. Malta-based Relax Gaming Limited explained that the latest arrangement will see its online roulette and blackjack table game innovations offered by sites operated by Stockholm-headquartered LeoVegas AB including its and domains before ‘more exciting products’ are made available over the course of 2018. Established in 2010, Relax Gaming Limited proclaimed that its HTML5 blackjack title allows online casino players to enjoy up to ‘three hands at once’ while its roulette counterpart utilizes the same random draw mechanism in order to offer ‘highly realistic ball movement and gameplay’. Patrik Osteraker, Chief Executive Officer for Relax Gaming Limited, declared that he was ‘delighted’ to have signed the content distribution deal with LeoVegas AB and to be able to offer the operator ‘a reliable [and] cost-effective solution’. “Our versions of these table games are not only visually impressive and intuitive to use for players, they are proven performers for operators in multiple markets around the world,” read a statement from Osteraker. For her part, Karolina Pelc, Casino Director for LeoVegas AB, stated that Relax Gaming Limited had ‘demonstrated innovation’ by producing mobile-friendly content and that she will now ‘eagerly follow’ the company’s future games development journey. “Mobile is the future of online casino and core to LeoVegas AB,” read a statement from Pelc. “Relax [Gaming Limited has] recognized this and produced content with this in mind. Table games are an important part of catering to our customers’ needs and we expect widespread appeal with the updated versions that Relax [Gaming Limited has] created. Expanding on an already great partnership, we are excited by the prospect of developing this further.”


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