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Software firm Texyon Games has announced that they've signed a supply deal with Triple Cherry and will begin offering their games to their customers.
Players at the Texyon site will now have access to all of Triple Cherry's games, which include 3D visuals and a variety of different features. The group launched their company in 2018, and they've been in the process of designing games and signing deals with operators. The titles are being integrated now, and the Spanish group plans to have the games available soon.
"We are delighted with the relationship we have established with Texyon Games," said Triple Cherry CEO Juan Antonio. "We are extremely confident that the range of games being added to the platform will be loved by current Texyon players and also help attract new players."
Texyon CEO Nacho Ferrer added: "Texyon is committed to an alliance with Triple Cherry that will expand a new type of game among current Texyon players and reach players and countries where Triple Cherry has no presence."