Nolimit City adds River iGaming to Client List

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Gaming group Nolimit City has once again signed another content deal, this time joining forces with River Game Operations (River iGaming) and will offer their games to the operator as a result.

The deal will see Nolimit City providing their full slate of games to River iGaming's casino brands, with include VegasCasino.com, which may be a re-branding of the previously shuttered VegasCasino. The press release from both groups was overwhelmingly puffy, expressing how "ambitious" River iGaming is. The agreement will see games like Hot Nudge and Wixx being offered.

Commenting on the agreement Nolimit's Malcolm Mizzi said, "The moment I realised what a great team of skilled and experienced individuals is running their show over at River iGaming, I immediately knew that we need to be working with them. It is with immense pleasure that we announce this deal and will have the opportunity to grow together."

River iGaming's COO Ismael Diagne added: "Finding the right partner and be able to work closely together is key to us! We're thrilled to join forces with an innovative casino provider like Nolimit City as they will undoubtedly strengthen and bolster our overall gaming proposition to the market place."

We don't have a timetable for the launch of the games.

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Dustin Jermalowicz
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7 November 2018 - 2:23pm
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Yeah, Nolimit City have been one of the busiest developers lately spreading their games around but I think Dustin is right there calling the press statements from both brands overwhelmingly puffy 🙂