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In its third major deal this year the Buenos Aires online gambling games developer Leander Games has signed a content supply agreement with Openbet, the UK provider of interactive gaming and betting solutions.
Leander previously signed deals with Playtech's GTS subsidiary and a branding deal with the heavy metal group Megadeath (see earlier InfoPowa reports).
The Openbet contract will see Leander integrating its full suite of games with OpenBet’s Remote Gaming Interface (RGI), giving licensed operators of the platform access to the Reely Series Slots.
Games currently featured in the series include Reely Roulette and Reely Poker, Celebrity Cash, Lucky Tango and 33 Lives – a slot game based on the real story of the 33 Chilean miners miraculously rescued earlier this year - with many other games to come, all unique and created entirely in-house.
Ramiro Atucha, founder and CEO of Leander Games said, “To be able to partner with OpenBet is a true reflection of the hard work and creativity of our game developers. We are creating a portfolio of games that not only differentiates our products from other slots but aims to set the industry benchmark, on behalf of our peers and also their players.”
Max Francis, Commercial Partner Manager for OpenBet said, "Through OpenBet’s RGI, Leander will be able to fully integrate their suite of games to a single back office, giving our customers access to a wider range of market-leading products.”
Source: InfoPowa News