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Casino software firm Leander has announced that they've come to terms with Singular and will provide their games to the latter for distribution.
The deal will see Leander's games being provided to Singular, who will then provide them to casino clients in regulated markets. Singular is based out of Malta, but also has offices in Macedonia and Georgia, with a presence in more than ten regulated markets. Leander is known for putting out high-quality slots, and the group's big games include Zombie Rush Deluxe, StarStacks, and Silk Road Riches.
Leander and Singular are working out the integration, and the titles will be available for partner casinos to scoop up in the very near future.
Commenting on the deal Leander CEO Steven Matsell said, "Our own games portfolio and that of our partners gives our clients the best selection of games from which to choose. Singular. We are always happy to be adding new names to our network and it is great that our content will now get even wider distribution with Singular."
Singular's Robert Dowling added: "Leander's versatile game portfolio and its localised approach boost the bespoke player journey that is one of the core strengths of the Singular's Platform.
"We strongly believe that together we will enrich the experience of the players increasing revenue for our clients."