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Gaming group Relax Gaming has announced that they've signed a distribution deal with Design Works Gaming and will add the developer's games to their Silver Bullet platform moving forward.
DWG designs and distributes video slots. The company has a history of designing games for land casinos, but has also moved online. Adding their games to Relax's Silver Bullet platform will see their online presence being expanded. For Relax, this deal gives the company more games with which to promote their service, which covers both desktop and mobile verticals for casino operators.
"DWG is well known for delivering popular land-based and social casino content and we are excited to be assisting in bringing these classics to real-money gaming audiences through our market-leading aggregation platform," said Relax Gaming CPO Simon Hammon. "With proven success in other verticals we expect these new additions to perform well and generate the appeal that's so important to our customers and the diversity of their portfolios."
DWG President Troy Zurawski added: "Joining Relax Gaming's partnership programme marks a milestone in DWG's distribution efforts by bringing our outstanding game content to its impressive roster of operating partners.
"We're excited to work alongside Relax's knowledgeable and dynamic team to distribute our content to new key markets and audiences around the globe."
A date for the integration of the software wasn't immediately made available.