Initially, Relax will supply Pomadorro with its new, cost-effective table games, including Roulette, which boasts realistic ball motions, and Blackjack, which enables players to be dealt a trio of hands simultaneously. Soon after, further gaming content will follow, according to the news release.
The titles will be offered via the Curacao-based operator’s casino brands, including Joy Casino and Casino X, which feature high-spec physics modelling and detailed design, along with a proprietary RNG engine.
“Table games have always been a staple of our online casino offering, with players continuing to support them across our various brands, so to integrate Relax’s new titles will be a significant boost to our portfolio,” said a spokesman for Pomadorro.
“Relax Gaming have confirmed their position as a leading gaming provider of late, with high-quality products across various verticals, and we look forward to a successful partnership.”
Also commenting on the new integration, CEO for Relax Gaming, Patrik Österåker, said: “Pomadorro have various established casinos in multiple territories, and we’re sure our content will appeal to their players across the board.”
“We’ve positioned our content at a competitive price point to kick-start partnerships with major operators like Pomadorro. With further content to be rolled-out to their casinos in the coming months, we expect to see robust growth together on the back of it,” said Österåker.
In addition to its recent deal with Swedish iGaming operator LeoVegas AB, Relax recently appointed former NetEnt executive Simon Hammon as CPO and Andrew Crosby as Head of Account Management.