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Game developer Woohoo has announced that they've signed distribution agreements with Happy Luke, Empire 777, and Live Casino House, expanding their reach for the slot designer.
The agreements will see the different operators all getting access to Woohoo's games, which include video slots, roulette, and table games. Woohoo is known for targeting the Indian gaming market, as they've put out digital versions of Teen Patti and Andar Bahar. The company's slots have high production values, with the likes of Zombie League and Cyberpunk Wars featuring high definition graphics and mobile compatibility.
Commenting on the agreements Woohoo Games Head of Business Development Ed Whittington said, "The creation of our games is never rushed as we need to make sure each release is, not only unique, but also interesting enough to create loyalty and fun for the end user. In this hugely competitive landscape we also need to, and believe we have, taken the user experience and game graphics to another level. However, proof is in the pudding of operator adoption, and, to be taken up by established industry brands like Happy Luke, Live Casino House and Empire 777 is very exciting."
The games should be live on the sites in the immediate future.