Relax Gaming has added to its talented group of developers having hired a third in-house games studio to “ramp up production” of its high-performing proprietary content.
To accommodate the expansion, the iGaming aggregator and content supplier has opened a new office in Stockholm, which will complement its already established Belgrade and Malmö studios, and has room for further growth with more developers.
Relax recently announced that following a year of substantial commercial success, over the next 12 months it will open seven new offices to accommodate its rapidly-expanding workforce as it maintains its planned growth trajectory. The company has already opened one new office in Gibraltar after securing a B2B gaming license from the Licensing Authority in early October this year.
Chief Executive Officer for Relax Gaming, Tommi Maijala commented on the new hires in a company press release…
“At Relax, we recognise great talent and have built our team on a foundation of deep industry knowledge and expertise.
“Every member of the new Stockholm office makes a fantastic addition to the company and together they bring a level of experience that will see us ramp up production of the high-performing games that we are known for.
“Our strength as a business is founded in the brilliance of the people who work for us and with our current pace of growth, we’re always willing to bring in more talented minds and innovative thinkers.”
The supplier has brought the new Stockholm-based team on board to consolidate its game development business and boost its capacity to create premium games with a focus on “pushing design boundaries.”
Year of successes:
It has been a landmark year for Relax’s in-house studios, with its hit Money Train 2 launching on September 2nd this year and crushing company records, along with other hit releases, including La Fiesta, Hellcatraz, and all-time fan favorite Temple Tumble, helping to establish its award-winning portfolio as one of the industry’s most coveted offerings.