British online casino games developer Realistic Games Limited has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see its entire portfolio offered to domains operated by Lottoland in the United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany.

The Reading-headquartered innovator used an official Monday press release to detail that the deal encompasses its complete selection of slot, table, bingo and instant-win games including its stable of Electrocoin remakes as well as its popular Super Graphics Upside Down and Realistic Roulette titles.

British beginnings:

Robert Lee, Commercial Director for Realistic Games Limited, used the press release to explain that this new alliance is to commence with the roll out of his firm’s high-performing Bar-X and Game Changer games onto iGaming domains operated by Lottoland in the United Kingdom. As such and he stated that the arrangement ‘comes as the supplier continues to boost its engaging catalog’ and will add ‘another tier-one operator’ to its already extensive distribution network.

Read a statement from Lee…

“Given Lottoland’s established and growing customer base in the British, Swedish and German markets, this partnership is a significant step forward that will further cement our footprint. From high-volatility slots that appeal to traditional enthusiasts to quick-fire instant-win games for more casual players, our portfolio has something for everyone and will, therefore, make a strong addition to Lottoland’s offering.”

Model match:

For his part and Nigel Birrell, Chief Executive Officer for Gibraltar-based Lottoland, declared that Realistic Games Limited ‘perfectly’ fits the bill of an ‘ideal supplier’ owing to its ability to ‘bring something new to our platform’ while simultaneously complementing his company’s ‘core lottery product’.

Birrell’s statement read…

“The variety of content offered by Realistic Games Limited is exactly what we need to meet the demands of our diverse and growing player base and attract new audiences. We look forward to taking its portfolio live to our customers.”