Pariplay adds German iGaming studio Apparat Gaming to Ignite partner program

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Leading iGaming content and aggregation platform Pariplay Ltd has added German casino software developer Apparat Gaming to its growing roster of Ignite partners. The commercial deal comes just one day after Israeli iLottery solutions and services firm NeoGames announced the finalization of its acquisition of Aspire Global, the provider’s former parent company.

Pariplay has already launched two of the German developer‘s games, Fruit Storm and Pharaoh Princess, while two additional titles, 40 Sevens and Total Eclipse, are to be introduced later in June as part of Apparat’s packed roadmap for 2022.

Partnership Benefits:

The agreement between the Berlin-headquartered games studio and the NeoGames’ subsidiary will allow the former to enter new markets via the aggregator’s expansive operator network while also gaining access to a back-office and engagement tools suite that provides Apparat the opportunity to significantly improve game performance and player value.

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Furthermore, the Ignite partnership will enable the developer to create proprietary content via the provider’s flexible turnkey development framework and seamlessly distribute its content in regulated markets globally through the successful Fusion aggregation platform.

Increase Audience:

Commenting on the new alliance, Alina Dandörfer, Co-founder and Director form Apparat Gaming, said…

“We have had a fantastic journey so far and we are ready to take our content to the next level and by becoming an Ignite partner we will gain the support we need to take this next step.”

Dandörfer explains that their “mission is to deliver iGaming content with a German accent,” and they “can’t wait” to introduce their titles to a “wider audience” via the partnership with Pariplay.

Company Info:

Established in 2020, Apparat Gaming’s founding team has a combined gaming experience of 70-plus years in both land-based and online, with significant game production skills. The firm’s mission is to develop games with a German flavor. It draws from its extensive experience in the sectors and is committed to providing games that meet the engineering standards of its home market and are of the highest artistic quality.

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Ignite Partnership:

Also contributing his thoughts, Callum Harris, Director of Partnerships for Pariplay, said they are “extremely proud” of their Ignite program which ensures studios can “hit the ground running” and allows them to “expand their reach while focusing on what they do best – creating unique and exciting content.”

Harris continues…

“In Apparat Gaming, we have found a studio partner that delivers high-quality, reliable and fun titles that are already trusted by operators in Germany and other European markets, and we look forward to working together to further propel their growth and product delivery.”

Spinberry Debut Game:

Meanwhile, Ignite has announced that its new partner Spinberry is set to launch its very first online game, Drop the Wilds.

Part of Estonia-based 1PT Group, which has since 2013 enjoyed success within the UK land-based sector and markets beyond, the game development studio’s debut title has already proven popular at brick-and-mortars and should be equally as popular with online players, with its combinations of bagatelle, pinball and slots.

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Players can expect the highly-anticipated game to drop on June 23rd!

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