Maltese online casino games developer Evoplay Entertainment has announced the signing of a deal that is to see it supply its complete portfolio of over 100 titles to aggregation specialist Slotegrator Limited.
The innovator used an official press release to declare that the arrangement will allow it ‘to continue attracting new audiences’ to its extensive collection of games, which include the recently-launched Penalty Shoot-Out and Midnight Show video slots, so that that these may be ‘enjoyed by an ever-growing army of fans.’
Evoplay last month inked a similar alliance with the Serbia-facing domain at Mozzartbet.com and proclaimed that it is now ‘looking forward to cultivating a productive long-term commercial relationship’ with Slotegrator Limited and its already-extensive ‘partnership network.’
Vladimir Malakchi, Chief Business Development Officer for Evoplay Entertainment, used the press release to describe Slotegrator Limited as a ‘leading aggregator’ that has held ‘a strong commercial presence’ in the iGaming markets of numerous European jurisdictions dating back to 2012.
Read a statement from Malakchi…
“We are delighted to team up with Slotegrator Limited, [which is] a hugely successful platform provider with a strong commercial presence across the globe. We’ve gone from strength to strength in recent months and international expansion remains key to our commercial strategy. Our latest partnership will no doubt be key to boosting our reach and we can’t wait to see what Slotegrator Limited’s partners make of our titles.”
For her part and Elina Safargulova from Slotegrator Limited pronounced that the software and platform specialist ‘is thrilled’ to have inked its ‘long-awaited partnership’ Evoplay Entertainment and that the two will now be able to ‘make a huge leap forward in maximizing our potentials for growth and success.’
Safargulova’s statement read…
“By making Evoplay Entertainment’s unique games available to a broader audience of operators across the globe, we will contribute to the delivery of quality game content to end-users and strengthen the industry at large.”