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The Canadian online gambling software provider Chartwell Technology, recently acquired by Amaya Gaming, is to expand its slot games inventory through a licensing agreement with independent software developer NextGen Gaming.
NextGen focuses on exclusive and non-exclusive slot game development and furnishes content to several top internet gambling software providers. They have over 300 catalogue games in inventory, consisting of well-known branded and non-branded titles from recognized land-based suppliers.
In upcoming monthly game releases, the Chartwell plans to deploy at least fourteen NextGen-developed games throughout the remainder of 2011, giving its licensees a wider selection.
Chartwell released two new 20-line NextGen slots this week: The popular Egyptian-themed Rameses Riches has enticing free game features, while Unicorn Legend lets players adjust their own game volatility through its trademarked Select-a-Play. Both games feature rich graphics and engaging sound tracks.
Four more NextGen games will be added to the Chartwell inventory shortly, a spokesman revealed, naming Irish Eyes, Medusa, Crocodopolis, 300 Shields and Cherry Blossoms.
Matt Davey, CEO, NextGen Gaming said, "We are excited to offer our slot content to Chartwell's network of major eGaming operators.Chartwell has the expertise, platform and commitment to customer service to ensure that both operators and players will enjoy this entertaining, fresh content."
"We recognize that slots are a major growth area in our industry, so our continued strategy has been to help our customers retain and attract players by providing them with exciting online casino games," commented Dave Acorn, Chartwell's COO.
"Expanding our slots portfolio through third party licensing deals with companies like NextGen complements our ongoing in-house development and provides our customers plenty of options."
Source: InfoPowa News