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English game developer Zeal Instant Games has announced that they've entered the Lithuania gaming market by signing a content deal with Internet Lottery & Betting Group.
The agreement will see ZIG offering up ten of their online instant games, with more being added after the fact. The company will reportedly be bringing their Instant Powerball and Instant Lotto products to use on the company's site. ZIG is part of the Zeal Group and has been in operation for the past four years. The group has developed more than 40 games and operates in regulated markets like the UK.
Zeal's Head of Communications Matt Drage spoke about the deal, noting: "The instant games team had been doing a really good job for our brands and the feeling was that the service would be applicable to other brands.
"Aside from transforming to becoming a lottery brokerage, we are also an investor in start-ups and new enterprises, and this is just another example of that approach."
IL&BG CEO Šarūnas Dusevičius added: "As soon as we met with the team at Zeal Instant Games, we knew they were the right partner for us. Their experience as both an operator and developer is invaluable as they really understand and focus on the needs of the consumer.
"The double-digit growth rate of their games is clear proof of their success and growing customer demand. The integration has been seamless and we look forward to bringing these games to our customers."