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Internet betting software group NoLimit City has announced that they've signed a content deal with iGaming Platform, and will offer their games on the group's gaming platform as a result.
The agreement will see NoLimit City's full platform of games, which includes Oktoberfest, Space Arcade, Creepy Carnival (among others) being ported to the iGaming Platform, which will then be distributed to outside casino clients. The deal is active now, with the games being offered to clients as of press time.
Commenting on the deal iGaming Platform Head of Sales Phil Pearson said, "Working with Nolimit City for iGP is a no-brainer. Due to their recent surge in the market, and expansion in new territories, not to mention some high quality & popular games, we were very fast acting with entering into an agreement to provide NoLimit games to our players and clients. We look forward to a good partnership for a long period of time."
NoLimit City Head of Sales Malcolm Mizzi added: "The general approach and enthusiasm to work on a partnership deal with iGP has been something that got this deal done in record timing." "We are impressed with the far and wide reaching extent of iGP's platform compatibility and client network that this deal was a must."