Estonia-based platform provider Hub88 has inked a content supply agreement with Apparat Gaming, further strengthening its vast collection of iGaming titles.
Courtesy of the provider’s “speedy integration process,” the up-and-coming German slot developer’s current four-game portfolio, including Pharaoh Princess, Fruit Storm, and the recently launched Total Eclipse and 40 Sevens, have already been added by Hub88. This enables the games to go live quickly and the Berlin-based company to make quick work of its latest “B2B-focused initiative.”
Two additional titles that are slated for release in the next weeks will also be incorporated by the provider.
Boost to Growth Plans:
In a recent press release, Alina Dandörfer, Co-Founder & Director for Apparat Gaming, expressed the firm’s “delight” with having reached an agreement with Hub88, lauding it as “an impressive platform provider which produces great results.”
Dandörfer goes on to say…
“Thanks to the company’s speedy integration process, we were able to get our games live so quickly. This parentship is a great boost to our ambitious growth plans, allowing us to introduce our content to more players and operators.”
The deal was made possible by Hub88’s parent group, venture capital fund Yolo Investments, which decided to acquire a stake in Apparat Gaming earlier this month. The Guernsey-based firm’s investment expedited the possibility of an alliance between the two businesses.
Other notable Yolo gaming investments include Kalamba Games, Turbo Games and Green Jade Games. The fund currently holds investments in over 55 companies, and assets under management (AUM) of €375 million.
For its part, Hub88 Managing Director, Jose Micallef, said integrating Apparat Gaming’s titles into their platform was “a natural progression.” And…
“They offer a fresh and exciting list of titles which will attract a wide demographic of players.”
The managing director said their offering to their network of operators “will definitely” be enriched by the developer’s games’ portfolio. “We are sure Apparat Gaming will reach new horizons with Hub88.”
Licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), the German company also recent partnered with Wunderino, a top-tier online operator focused on the real money gaming sector, and extended its existing relationship with leading platform provider United Remote.
As mentioned, Apparat’s first four titles have already launched with multiple leading operators in Germany and has an additional ten titles in the pipeline, with six of those to be released monthly until the end of 2022.
Delivering “iGaming with a German accent,” the studio was established in 2020 and has made quick work of capitalizing on its native market’s regulated online market which came into effect on July 1st, 2021, courtesy of the New State Treaty on Gambling (GluNeuRStV).