After earlier signing a deal that saw its poker and bingo titles go live at sites operated by the Kindred Group, online casino games developer Relax Gaming Limited has now announced that it has extended this agreement to cover its roulette and blackjack innovations.

Malta-based Relax Gaming Limited explained that its online table games utilize a proprietary random number generator engine and are now available at Kindred Group sites including 32Red.com, Unibet.co.uk and MariaCasino.co.uk.

Patrik Osteraker, Chief Executive Officer for Relax Gaming Limited, declared that the online casinos of the Kindred Group have ‘won numerous awards’ in the past and so its incorporation of his firm’s blackjack and roulette games represents a ‘testament to the hard work our team is doing’.

“We want to build on our already strong partnership by delivering more cost-effective titles that will appeal to various demographics and types of casino player,” read a Tuesday statement from Osteraker.

Established in 2010, Relax Gaming Limited proclaimed that its roulette title has been designed to showcase ‘accurate ball movement’ while its blackjack counterpart allows players to enjoy ‘three hands simultaneously using the same random draw mechanism’.

“We’ve enjoyed real success with Relax Gaming Limited’s products and are excited to be building on this now with further casino content,” read a statement from Fredrik Kjell, Head of Gaming for Kindred Group, which was previously known as Unibet Group until a 2016 name-change. “Our brands pride themselves on providing a quality user experience to all casino players, which means integrating the latest titles from innovative operators such as Relax Gaming Limited.”

In related news, Relax Gaming Limited additionally stated that it has ‘strengthened its product distribution’ with the recent appointment of former NetEnt AB executive Simon Hammon as its new Chief Product Officer while last week saw it reveal that Osteraker intends to stand down as its Chief Executive Officer from April 1st in order to be replaced by the current Chief Product Officer for Kindred Group, Daniel Eskola.

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