Maltese online casino games developer Kalamba Games has announced the signing of a deal that will see its complete portfolio integrated onto the Hub88 platform from cryptocurrency-facing iGaming operator Coingaming Group.
The Birkirkara-headquartered firm used a short press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that the alliance represents its ‘commitment to global expansion’ and is to involve Coingaming Group utilizing its Remote Gaming Server (RGS) innovation, which is due to be fully rolled out later in the year.
Kalamba Games stated that the union will allow users of the Hub88 advance from Coingaming Group to offer its full catalogue of online casino games including its popular five-reel and 40-payline Caribbean Anne title as well as its recently-released Blazing Bull and Miami Bonus Wheel video slots.
Tamas Kusztos from Kalamba used the press release to proclaim that the agreement with Coingaming Group is just the latest in a series of arrangements that has seen his firm ‘further expand its global footprint’ in an effort ‘to enhance its own RGS platform.’
Read a statement from Kusztos…
“Hub88 is a great platform to work with and we’re really pleased to be available under the Hub88 banner, which offers us potential in all the markets we serve. Offering the Kalamba Games portfolio under a single API will bolster our core offering and further define our ever-expanding footprint.”
For his part and Vladimir Negine from Coingaming Group revealed that his firm’s Hub88 innovation provides iGaming operators with the ability to integrate well over 3,000 individual games from in excess of 40 providers onto their sites via a single API.
Negine’s statement read…
“We believe that Kalamba Games makes some of the best games around so we’re looking forward to achieving some really powerful results going forward, delivering excellent numbers throughout the rest of 2020 and beyond.”