Relax Gaming Partners With WeAreCasino

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Gaming platforms Relax Gaming and WeAreCasino have signed a partnership deal that will see Relax's games being ported to the WeAreCasino platform.

The deal will see Relax's first-party games as well as third-party titles from partners like Kalamba, 4ThePlayer, Fantasma Games, and others being offered on the WeAreCasino platform, where they'll then offered to casino partners. For Relax, this gives the company another large platform with a decent customer base to partner with, adding many new casino operators as revenue streams.

Commenting on the deal Relax Gaming's CPO Simon Hammon said, "WeAreCasino set out to do things differently - an attitude that resonates with our own goals in content distribution and makes them a great partner to collaborate with.

"This partnership further broadens the reach of our in-house and partner games and we expect that working alongside the creative team at WeAreCasino will offer great benefits for both our businesses."

WeAreCasino Head of Sales Marko Jelen added: "Relax Gaming comes highly recommended in the industry as a company that not only provides a results-driving games portfolio but is also a pleasure to do business with.

"We're excited to be working with such a well-respected name and look forward to offering our customers its extensive collection of slot and casino games that are proven to perform well in a range of markets."

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Therese Williams
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30 June 2020 - 2:54pm

Relax gaming seems to be doing pretty great as I keep seeing them signing new partnership agreements almost every day. They are certainly doing well and their games are really cool.