Okay here’s a really big piece of news! Relax Gaming, one of the most prominent iGaming aggregators and unique content creators, has inked an agreement with a leading global betting operator PokerStars!
The deal will encompass numerous markets, giving PokerStars a truly wide international player-base access to Relax’s award-winning catalogue, including player favourites like Temple Tumble Megaways Slot, Top Dawg$ Slot and the immensely popular Money Train 2 Slot, winner of AskGamblers Award for Best Slot in 2020.
Adding Visibility and Speeding Up Market Expansion
The newly forged and long-awaited agreement with PokerStars will significantly boost Relax’s exposure in a number of crucial markets in Europe, with Italy and Spain considered the highest-priority markets for both companies.
Relax Gaming has finally joined PokerStars library, bringing over 2,000 titles into the mix!
Commenting on the agreement, Daniel Eskola CCO at Relax Gaming said that the partnership provided added visibility and sped up the supplier’s market expansion and implementation of its ambitious strategy for the year.
“It’s always a pleasure to partner with the world’s leading online brands that are making a huge impact in the market through innovation and a quality offering,” Eskola pointed out.
As one of the industry’s leading aggregators, Relax Gaming’s platform boasts over 2,000 online casino titles, ranging from its high-end proprietary slots to a library of content from third-party studios, including ReelPlay, 4ThePlayer, Ruby Play, Fantasma Games, and OneTouch, to name a few, enabled via partnership programmes Powered By Relax and Silver Bullet.
Eskola went on to describe PokerStars as “an operator with enormous status and reach.”
“I’m sure the addition of our extensive portfolio will only benefit that further as they continue to expand and differentiate themselves from the competition,” Eskola added.
This marks another in a series of impressive achievements for Relax Gaming this year, following the acquisition of a UK supplier license back in May.