Maltese online casino games developer Relax Gaming Limited has announced the signing of a deal that is to see it supply iGaming entertainment to aficionados via the Turkish-language domain at

Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of St Julian’s, the innovator used an official Monday press release to declare that the new arrangement will involve the Curacao-licensed site integrating an ‘extensive collection’ of video slots including its very own Money Train, Snake Arena and Temple Tumble titles as well as an array of ‘aggregated third-party content’ from fellow developers such as Fantasma Games, ReelPlay and Kalamba Games.

Growing group:

Relax recently inked a slew of similar alliances with the likes of iGaming operators like Crowd Services Limited, Derset Limited and Maxent Limited. The Malta and United Kingdom-licensed firm moreover stated that this latest agreement has further expanded this roster of prominent partners and highlights ‘the popularity of its titles’ alongside ‘the value of its services across international markets’.

Increasing interest:

Daniel Eskola, Chief Operating Officer for Relax Gaming, used the press release to proclaim that his firm is currently celebrating its tenth birthday and has in this time chalked up ‘deals with many of the industry’s leading names’ courtesy of its cutting-edge library of well over 1,000 proprietary and third-party games.

Read a statement from Eskola… runs a successful business and it made great commercial sense to team up with such a strong partner. As a supplier and aggregator, we continue to reach new heights with deals like this and I’m very pleased with the momentum of growth we’ve experienced in recent times.”

Coming confidence:

For his part and Kerem Deniz from described Relax Gaming Limited as ‘the go-to aggregator for exciting new content’ in advance of pronouncing his certainty that the new partnership will prove ‘beneficial for everyone involved.’