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Software designer Triple Cherry has announced that they've signed a content supply agreement with Tecnalis and will provide their games to the company's Alira platform moving forward.
The platform will offer Triple Cherry's full library of games, including Carnival do Rio, Monsters Fear Bullets, and Saint Fermin. Alira is a Spanish company, and this agreement will expand Triple Cherry's presence in their home country with regulated online casinos. Triple Cherry games are developed in HTML5, and can be played on desktop and mobile devices.
"We are very happy to have achieved this collaboration with Tecnalis," said Triple Cherry CEO Juan Antonio Galindo. "Our main objective is to create the best online slot games, each one always different from the previous one. We truly believe that Tecnalis customers will enjoy our games."
Tecnalis Director of Operations Alejandro Serrano added: "We believe that Triple Cherry has some very attractive and high quality games, which will be a valuable addition for operators working with Tecnalis."