Relax Gaming to Offer NetGaming Titles

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Game aggregate Relax Gaming has announced their latest content supply deal with NetGaming that'll provide the latter with a large number of casino clients for which to offer their games.

The agreement will see NetGaming's titles offered on the Silver Bullet platform, which is offered by Relax. The NetGaming is a new betting software developer that launched earlier this year, having released Candy Burset and Age of DaVinci as their primary titles. Content agreements give smaller developers such as NetGaming the opportunity to provide their games to as many operators as possible. The Silver Bullet platform now has more than 640 games on it, with the likes of BTG, Genesis Gaming, Felt Gaming, and more.

Relax Gaming's CPO Simon Hammon spoke about the deal, noting: "Relax Gaming's partnership programs were designed to be revolutionary. We have broken away from the market trend to segment relationships between studios and operators, instead injecting transparency and flexibility into content distribution.

"Our platform-to-platform deal with NetGaming underlines the success of this pioneering approach, providing it with a commercially transparent route to market as it continues to build its portfolio of quality content."

NetGaming CEO Pallavi Deshmukh added: "Today NetGaming has achieved another significant milestone. We are delighted to join the Relax Gaming content distribution network and are super excited to start our long-term partnership.

"NetGaming has a lot in store and we are hoping to delight our customers as we continue to grow working alongside Relax Gaming's knowledgeable and creative team."

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