Maltese iGaming content aggregator Groove Gaming Limited has publicized the inking of an arrangement that is to see it begin offering the complete range of live-dealer advances from Indian developer Super Spade Games.
The Sliema-headquartered innovator used an official Monday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to proclaim that the new alliance will enable it to increase its portfolio of Asia-facing games in hopes of growing its presence in ‘the rapidly-growing Indian market’.
Groove Gaming Limited recently improved its reputation via a similar agreement with QTech Games and declared that it moreover offers content from ‘industry leaders’ such as BetSoft Gaming Limited, Microgaming and Nolimit City Limited. It also stated that its aggregation advance consequently now features in excess of 2,500 titles encompassing ‘a powerful portfolio of both proprietary and third-party HTML5-friendly video slots and table games’ as well as lottery, live-dealer, bingo and virtual sports titles.
Yahale Meltzer, Chief Operating Officer for Groove Gaming Limited, used the press release to announce that the deal with Super Spade Games is to involve his firm’s aggregation innovation integrating ‘a sophisticated and flexible’ portfolio of games including live-dealer versions of baccarat, roulette, three-card poker and andar bahar. He furthermore proclaimed that these are to be complemented by the Indian developer’s Dragon Tiger, Casino War and Teen Patti advances to help its network of partner operators ‘heighten player value, improve brand integrity and generate new revenue opportunities’.
Read a statement from Meltzer…
“India has been a region of great interest to the iGaming industry for many years and, based on our experience, shows significant promise. This is why we have joined forces with Super Spade Games, which has been developing some of the best products to service the region. We are particularly impressed with its mobile products, which deliver an excellent player experience on-the-go.”