Having scored several similar deals with other major gaming firms already this year, provider of comprehensive gaming solutions, Relax Gaming, has reportedly penned a content deal with leading iGaming software provider EveryMatrix that will see its latest table games content integrated into the London-based developer’s platform. The integration will make the content available to many operators spanning several territories.
Relax’s suite of table games will initially be incorporated, including Blackjack and Roulette, with the possibility of additional content being rolled out later this year. The operator partners of EveryMatrix will have access to this content by way of its CasinoEngine, which features upwards of 5,000 titles spread across various gaming verticals.
Relax’s table games content will operate on its proprietary RNG engine. The Roulette table game features realistic ball tracking while Blackjack offers the convenience of playing three hands at once on mobile devices.
Head of Vendor Management for EveryMatrix, Amund Stensland, reportedly said in the news release that “as a gaming content aggregator” they search to find the best selection of titles available at the best prices in order to ensure they are providing their partners with the best that’s out there and “Relax Gaming’s latest table games are well-suited to these needs.”
“Both the Roulette and Blackjack titles offer premium gameplay and high-spec graphics, both key to delivering the best casino experience to the many customers we service,” explained Stensland.
Also commenting on the content deal, Daniel Eskola, CEO for Relax Gaming’s said: “EveryMatrix has one of the most extensive and quality gaming portfolios on the market and we’re very pleased to integrate our latest table games into their platform.
“We’re confident players will appreciate the titles, having already proven to be very successful with numerous partners around the world.”
In an effort to accommodate the company’s significant growth, Relax Gaming has recently appointed Andrew Crosby and Simon Hammon, formerly with NetEnt, as its Head of Account Management and Chief Product Officer respectively, according to the news release.