After recently releasing its Gorilla Riches slot, Realistic Games has joined forces with iGaming company Begame Group in a deal that boosts its presence in the “key” UK market and “will offer an ideal shop window for its upcoming schedule of new, higher quality content.”
Under the content partnership, the online casino software developer will supply the operator‘s Casushi and FruitKings UK-facing brands with its games suite, which includes casino, pull tabs, 3 reels and 5 reels slots, via its cooperation with Microgaming, and in doing so, significantly increase the studio’s footprint in what is considered to be Europe’s largest market.
Begame will reportedly make use of the new “cutting-edge” graphics package, that, going forward will be a “staple component” in Realistic’s slot releases, which will bolster the supply of premium entertainment available to it.
Courtesy of the alliance, the game developer’s growing collection of content is accessible to the London-headquartered operator including the recently released 5-reel, 1024 ways Gorilla Riches slot, as well as player-favorite titles like those in its Game Changer series and classic Electrocoin hits. Furthermore, reimagined versions of the supplier’s roulette and blackjack table games will provide even more table game content.
Commenting on the promising partnership, Jordan Rosamond, Head of Casino for Begame said Realistic’s titles are “well-established” in the UK market, so it “makes perfect sense” to have them in their lobby.
“We’re always looking to provide our players with the content that speaks to them, and this partnership delivers that – we’re very much looking forward to seeing Realistic’s new releases for the remainder of the year and beyond.”
According to the recent press release, the new deal will offer “an ideal shop window” for the game developer’s new, higher-quality content coming down the pipeline, while enhancing its market influence and growing its iGaming offering with “fresh experiences.”
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For its part, Realistic Games’ Commercial Director, Robert Lee, said the partnership with Begame is a “great opportunity” as it allows them to boost their presence in the “key” UK market and increase the number of players that will be able to “appreciate” their games.
“We’re delighted to be able to join forces with an operator as highly regarded as Begame and now have the platform to supply audiences with our higher quality content that we know they will enjoy.”
Last year, Begame “evolved” its brand to align the “different specialisms” of the group together under one parent brand. The British company comprises four sub-brands including Begame B2C (Dazzletag), which offers a portfolio of online casual gaming brands; its affiliate network, Gogame Partners; its unique in-house platform, Ingame Platform; and its in-house game studio, Mygame Studio, which develops casual online gaming content.