Mobile real-money gaming solutions and services provider Nektan has inked an agreement that will see it bring licensed content from American developer Spin Games to its Evolve Lite aggregation innovation.

Gibraltar-headquartered Nektan agreed an inaugural Evolve Lite integration deal with Tyche Digital Malta Limited in October while last week saw the online casino at Vegas Baby become the first to launch the aggregator service entirely in German.

Nektan stated that its latest agreement means that the Evolve Lite platform will soon feature ‘proven United States land-based titles’ provided by Spin Games and become the first in Europe to offer a range of video slots from Konami Gaming Incorporated such as the developer’s China Shores game.

Claire Osborne, Commercial Director for Nektan, declared that she is ‘hugely excited’ about the deal with Spin Games as it will allow her firm to ‘expand our excellent range of content with an industry-leading partner’. She explained that the online casino at VideoSlots is to be the first to benefit from its latest agreement before the additional content is rolled out to its ever-growing network of ‘white-label’ partners.

“This deal represents a major step forward as we continue to deliver a business-to-business gaming platform offering unique and bespoke content,” read a statement from Osborne.

For its part, Reno-based Spin Games offers an HTML5-friendly remote games server of its own featuring content from some of the industry’s leading land-based developers including Incredible Technologies Incorporated and Grand Vision Gaming while March saw it secure an exclusive real-money European distribution deal with Konami Gaming Incorporated.

Kent Young, Chief Executive Officer for Spin Games, proclaimed that he was ‘thrilled’ to have signed the agreement with Nektan as it will allow his company to bring its ‘exceptional range of games to Europe for the first time’.

“We have been very impressed with the power and flexibility of Nektan’s platform and we look forward to working closely with it as we continue to build on our potential,” read a statement from Young.