Malta-headquartered B2B supplier within online gambling, Relax Gaming, has signed a distribution deal that will see it add titles from new game design studio, Dice Lab, to its Silver Bullet open casino platform.

According to the official press release

Premier offering:

The new and innovative Dice Lab specializes in the creation of one-of-a-kind online games, most notably online casino dice games. SlotDice, the design studio’s first game, will be for offer exclusively on Relax Gaming’s platform which provides a hassle-free route to market. The new dice game offers a fresh RNG spin on the classic dice game made by Milton Bradley, Yahtzee.

a crucial endorsement

Commenting on the company’s latest distribution deal, Chief Executive Officer for Relax Gaming, Daniel Eskola said…

“We are delighted to have signed this agreement with Dice Lab as we continue to move forward with our aim of offering game providers the most efficient and cost-effective route to market.

“This deal is a crucial endorsement of our fresh commercial approach to delivery in the igaming sector, and we are delighted to be working with such an innovative partner.”

the utmost transparency

For its part, Dice Lab Chief Executive Officer, Enrico Bradamante, added…

“The clear commercial structure of Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet programme instantly appealed to us, greatly enhancing our distribution with the utmost transparency.

“We are proud to be supplying Relax Gaming with our unique content and are sure its partners will fall in love with our unique spin on online gaming content. With a minimum bet at EUR 0.01, SlotDice is the industry’s most cost-effective game for operators to promote.”

Open casino platform:

Introduced last year, Silver Bullet provides operators and games studios with an industry alternative for content delivery. The platform was designed to offer a highly proficient and seamless route-to-market via a one-time integration, as well as transparent commercial terms.

Significant growth:

Founded in 2010 in Malta, the new-breed content provider and distribution platform currently offers more than 280 games. The company’s commercial footprint has grown significantly in recent months, having inked platform-to-platform deals with industry standouts.

January tie-ups:

The St. Julian’s-headquartered firm most recently partnered with innovative mobile-first provider, Hacksaw Gaming, with the agreement expanding its platform by adding the provider’s portfolio of 26 scratch card games.

In addition to Hacksaw Gaming and now Dice Lab, in January alone the supplier has inked new partnerships with provider of business-to-consumer (B2C) casino, sports betting, and poker services, Gaming Innovation Group and with international games studio, Kalamba Games.