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Gaming platform group Groove Gaming has announced that they've signed a distribution deal with Skywind Group and will add the latter's games to its platform.
Skywind has a suite of 300 or so games in its platform with unique and licensed properties alike. Some of the company's biggest games include Karate Kid, Aztec Respin, and Super Lion. The Groove platform has more than 5,000 games and they have multiple casino agreements in place with operators, with whom they distribute the games as well as backend management tools.
Commenting on the deal Groove Gaming COO Yahale Meltzer said, "Skywind, as the cutting-edge studio, fits snugly into his company's content platform and is the kind of brand that will help define this decade in the igaming industry.
"We are delighted to have secured this high-tech casino software for our stable of operators bursting with such amazing titles."
Skywind's Oren Cohen added: "Partnering with dynamic aggregators like GrooveGaming is another step in our journey to global distribution. With this partnership we are able to plug into an unrivalled ecosystem of operators and to rapidly realise low-hanging fruit. We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Yahale and his team."
Skywind's games are being imported to the platform now and should be available in the near future.