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Betting software designer and platform group Relax Gaming has announced that they've signed an agreement with Print Studios and will add the developer to their Silver Bullet platform moving forward.
The deal will see Print Studios' games added to the platform, which will then be distributed to casino partners. The agreement will give Print a foothold to get their products out to more casinos than they'd otherwise have access to. Relax has been signing a number of content deals lately, bringing on-board the likes of 4theplayer, Kalamba, and others.
"Our development team of industry veterans are all about the challenge of making gambling more fun than it ever was," said Print Studios CEO Carl Wiggman. "With Print, we are creating a studio that focuses on impactful game design that delivers exhilarating and dynamic experiences, so when the time came to find an aggregator partner, our sights were naturally set on Relax.
The Silver Bullet programme is exactly the kind of leg-up that is going to help us reach out and establish ourselves as an up-and-coming developer in the iGaming industry. We look forward to bringing something fresh to the slots scene."
Relax Gaming's Simon Hammon added: "Silver Bullet is all about providing a platform for innovative start-ups to get noticed in a crowded marketplace and help us drive differentiation to our operators.
Print Studios is made up of a team of experienced talent, who have big plans for the market and we're pleased to be supporting the first steps of their journey."