Maltese online casino and sportsbetting operator ComeOn Group has announced the launch of a new in-house application programming interface (API) for its proprietary iGaming platform featuring games from developer Apparat Gaming Services Limited.
The St Julian’s-headquartered firm used an official Wednesday press release to declare that its latest advance ‘is based on cutting-edge seamless technology’ that is destined to permit content partners such as Apparat Gaming Services Limited ‘to quickly integrate and benefit from instant distribution across all of its jurisdictions and brands’. The innovator also pronounced that the debut forms part of its ‘continuous focus on product quality’ so as to allow operating associates to provide their individual customer bases with ‘a top-of-the-line entertainment experience’.
Established in 2008, ComeOn Group was acquired by Swedish online casino operator Cherry AB some six years ago and is currently responsible for 17 iGaming brands including the domains at Snabbare.com, ComeOn.com and CasinoStugan.com. Like Apparat Gaming Services Limited, the firm stated that it has ‘the German market as one of its core focuses for the upcoming years’ and is delighted to be able to offer its many customers ‘a portfolio filled with a wide range of exciting games.’
Cristiano Blanco serves as the Chief Product Officer for ComeOn Group and he used the press release to assert that his firm’s deal with Apparat Gaming Services Limited marks the start of ‘an exciting business relationship’ and will see the Maltese ally become ‘the first games provider to benefit from its new API approach.’
Read a statement from Blanco…
“We are very pleased to see Apparat Gaming Services Limited using our innovative integration technology to provide its exciting games portfolio to all our jurisdictions and brands. This new integration was completed within only a matter of a few short weeks to show our technical integration power and the level of experience possessed by Apparat Gaming Services Limited.”
For his part and Martin Frindt from Apparat Gaming Services Limited proclaimed that his Malta-licensed company was established by ‘a team of industry veterans’ in 2020 and is now ‘on a mission to develop slot games with a German accent’. The experienced figure additionally noted that the firm has quickly grown to become a ‘trusted supplier of online content for operators in Germany and other European markets’ and remains ‘committed to delivering slots that meet German engineering standards as well as the highest artistic quality.’
A statement from Frindt read…
“It is a great honour that ComeOn Group has chosen Apparat Gaming Services Limited for its first API integration. Based on this confidence in our capabilities as well as our upcoming games portfolio, we look forward to a great partnership.”