GVC Holdings Adds Relax Gaming Titles to Library

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Online betting group GVC Holdings has announced that they're adding Relax Gaming's games to the library of their brands, which include Bwin, Ladbrokes, Partypoker, Coral, and more.

The deal is a big deal for Relax, as GVC is one of the biggest betting brands in the world. They'll be bringing their titles such as Snake Arena and Temple Tumble to the sites, and they're also bringing titles from their Silver Bullet platform over as well. GVC sites hold licenses in more than 20 jurisdictions, and among the first sites to be integrated will be Danske Spil in Denmark. Other properties will be getting the games in the time after.

Commenting on the deal Relax Gaming CCO Daniel Eskola said, "GVC is one of the most well-respected names in the gambling industry with years of experience in the sector, and we're delighted to have signed a deal to provide our popular content to its online brands.

"It's been an incredibly busy year for us at Relax Gaming as we continue to expand our network with leading operators, and we look forward to offering our games to an even wider audience through this exciting new partnership."

GVC Holdings Commercial Director Paris Anatolitis added: "At GVC, our aim is to provide our customers with the most cutting-edge and innovative content available and deliver the industry's premier gaming experience.

"We're absolutely delighted to have joined forces with Relax Gaming. We know its games will be a huge hit with our players and a fantastic addition to our market-leading portfolio."

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