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Casino game developer Probability Jones has announced that they've signed a distribution agreement with Singular and will add their games to the platform moving ahead.
The deal will see Probability Jones' full library of games being ported over, including the company's slots, scratch cards, and instant win titles. Singular serves as a gaming platform, providing titles to casino sites, who then offer games to punters. Probability Jones has previously signed distribution agreements with Relax Gaming and Playtech, and this deal will only broaden their footprint.
"We are proud to be growing the reach of our diverse range of products with Singular in a partnership that will be hugely beneficial for both companies," said Probability Jones CEO David Newstead. "We are very pleased to now be rolling out our games in line with our vision to rapidly expand our global distribution."
"It is fantastic to be partnered with them and we hope to enjoy a long-lasting commercial relationship as both companies look to build on our current success."
Singular's Rob Dowling added: "We constantly strive to offer our operator partners the widest selection of quality games in the market, so partnering with Probability Jones is entirely in line with our strategic vision to deliver this on a global scale.
"Its excellent range of games will enable us to set our offering apart and enhance our reputation for delivering best-in-breed content."