The agreement will see Lightning Box's games like Chicken Fox, Pinata Box, Dolphin Gold, and others all being offered on the Ruby Sevens platform, who'll then offer them to casinos throughout the North American market. Lighning Box entered the market last year, having signed agreements to offer games in the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Quebec.
"I met Michael six years ago in San Francisco at GiGse and after many twists and turns for both of our businesses, it is great that we're finally working together," said Lightning Box CEO Peter Causley. "I'm confident the two games that are due to go live with them later this year, Chicken Fox and Silver Lioness 4x, will prove equally as popular as the other games we have launched in North America and continue to expand our operations there."
Ruby Seven Studios CEO Michael Carpenter added: "We are truly pleased to offer this talented team's exciting games into all of our casino partner apps and websites."
As of press time no information on casinos brands adopting the games was available.