Montreal-based online games developer PearFiction Studios recently agreed a four-game licensing deal with independent gaming company Leander Games.
Via the exclusive deal, PearFiction Studio games including Outerspace Invaders, Pugs Life, Fish N Chips and Gustavo El Luchador will join the list of games that are available on the Leander LeGa platform, which is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gaming Control Commission. Leander licensees will have access to the titles this year.
Commenting on the content deal in a news release, Leander Chief Executive Steven Matsell said, “PearFiction Studios is an up and coming studio that develops state-of-the-art casino games with unique and playful themes. They develop humorous story led games that slots players will love.”
“The first game to be delivered by the studio will be ‘Gustavo El Luchador’ a colorful and humorous slot that follows Gustavo who dreams of becoming a champion “luchador” but, at 4 feet tall and 80 pounds, he doesn’t stand a chance of succeeding—or does he?”
Also commenting on the exclusive four-game deal, Pear Fiction CEO Thierry Semoff, said that the company is excited to have signed its first game deal making it a “part of the Leander portfolio of Games Partners.”
Semoff added that Pear Fiction is thrilled in the knowledge that their games will be accessible to a wide audience, thanks to a growing number of “Operator’s integrated to Leander’s Remote Gaming Server.”
“This is a dream deal for our young studio, a deal which will expose our portfolio of games to more operators and eventually players,” Semoff continued.
“At PearFiction we have a a passion for what we do, we are pearfectionists! With state-of-the-art illustrations, game concepts, and engaging math model at the heart of every game. We develop quality games that we believe will stand the test of time.”
Matsell added that the signing of studios that are coming into their own such as PearFiction Studios makes stronger their ambition to bring together “the best and most innovative games on the same platform.”
“We hope to be adding more providers to the LeGa platform in the months ahead,” Matsell said.