Gaming and content aggregation platform provider Blox Limited has partnered with Estonian online casino slot development studio Gamzix in a deal that makes its offering even more diverse.

Established in January 2020, Gamzix is led by a team experienced in the iGaming industry, and has, since its debut, released a dizzying selection of unique games, including its most recent, The Lion, featuring a toon style and max win of over 6,000x, along with the classic fruit-themed Burning Power and 40 Chilli Fruits, and the video game-inspired, Hot Life.

Player retention:

In a recent press release, Blox Chief Commerical Officer Karl Grech commented on the firm’s new partner’s unique approach to game development…

“Gamzix are a fairly new studio, but the moment we saw their upbeat, exceedingly playable games, we knew we had to make them available to our operator clients. In a market as competitive as slots, having something fresh and different is key to attracting and retaining players, and things don’t get much fresher than Gamzix.”

The Tallinn-headquartered studio’s games incorporate a mobile-first strategy and portrait orientation, along with vivid graphics and engaging mechanics, which are certain to attract the attention of players in Italy’s iGaming scene. The mutually beneficial collaboration gives Blox’s operator clients another way to stand out from the competition.

Growing market:

Also commenting on the tie-up, Chief Executive Officer for Gamzix, Aleksandr Kosogov, added…

“We are thrilled to be partnering with BLOX to enable even more operators to offer our unique slots, especially in the rapidly growing Italian market. It is clear that the BLOX team shares our passion for delivering the best products and services, so we are confident this will be a long and prosperous collaboration.”

Fugaso deal:

In a move that further expands its impressive offering, the Italy-facing iGaming platform kicked off the new year by partnering with leading slots studio Fugaso. The collaboration allows Blox’s operator clients to be able to offer players the developer’s growing portfolio of Italian-certified games, including the widly successful Epicways series, along with a range of the best fruit classics.