Realistic Games and White Hat in Content Deal

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Internet casino game developer Realistic Games has signed a content deal with White Hat Gaming and will see their slot games offered on the latter's platform as a result.

The agreement will see all of Realistic's slots being offered on the White Hat platform, which in turn will be offered to casino partners. Realistic specializes in developing games that play well on smartphones and tablets. The company has a slew of different slots and table games in their library, with some of their slots including Snapshot, Over the Rainbow, Pentagram, and more. Recently, Realistic released Black Ice, which is their first 3D game.

White Hat's platform is diverse, featuring games from dozens of developers such as Bally, Play'n GO, IGT, Microgaming, and Rabcat. The company holds licenses through both the UK and Malta, allowing for their titles to be offered throughout Europe and large parts of the globe.

Speaking about the deal White Hat's Marc Weinberg said, "Realistic Games has been producing high quality content for a number of years and we are very pleased to have added them to our stable of slots suppliers. We are looking forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership."

Realistic Commercial Director Robert Lee added: "We are delighted to be live with White Hat Gaming, whose portfolio of operators will really boost our distribution, and are confident our games will offer them further innovation and variety, as well as keeping their players fully engaged."

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4 October 2018 - 9:22am
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Another one, there is a lot of companies and providers merging for one reason or another these days, they all seem to be more of the bottom half. None of the big dogs seem to be bothered judging only from what I'm come across the last couple of months.

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Seems to be a nice partnership between those two, one that would suits the both brands quite nice.

It's true that such a deals occurs almost every day in this business but that's what all about it in the end, developers enlarging their presentation and the platforms like White Hat increasing the number of products the potentially could offer.