Revolver Teams Up with iGaming Platform to Grow Presence
Supplier of online casino games Revolver Gaming has entered a content distribution agreement with provider of software for the online gambling industry iGaming Platform (iGP) to boost the footprint of its content and reach new gaming audiences.
Under the terms of Revolver’s latest distribution deal, the supplier’s games will be made available through iGP’s GameHub, known to be the company’s dedicated content aggregation and delivery platform.
Headquartered in London, Revolver creates and delivers innovative online slots and other casino games. Its portfolio includes hit titles such as Multiplier Man, Lotto Lucky, and The Big Deal as well as unique new concepts such Squish, a 6×6 high-volatility online slots that is packed with attractive additional features. Revolver revealed last year plans to release “a roadmap of epic games” in 2020 and beyond.
Revolver’s partnership with iGP and GameHub will significantly enhance the game supplier’s presence in existing and new markets. iGP’s network of operator partners includes more than 300 operators providing their services in over 80 markets around the world. It should also be noted that the software solutions provider also powers more than 30 white label casinos and supplies its technology to a number of other larger gambling-oriented websites.
Partnership Not a Shot in the Dark
Commenting on their latest content distribution agreement, Revolver Gaming CEO Ryan Lazarus said that they are delighted to have partnered with “such a forward thinking platform and look forward to seeing their games go live with new operators and their players across diverse territories.”
Of teaming up with Revolver, iGP Head of Sales Phil Pearson said that this partnership was “definitely not a shot in the dark” and that to them to have “a growing slot company with the quality of games Revolver has, is very much a ‘Big Deal’”.
Mr. Pearson went on that they are “fired up” for the launch of Revolver’s titles and that they hope they can shoot their new partner’s content to “as many of our clients and partners as possible.”
News about Revolver’s deal with iGP arrive just a couple of months after the games supplier teamed up with another major provider of solutions for the international gambling industry. It was in mid-November when Revolver announced that it would integrate its entire portfolio of casino games with CasinoEngine, the content aggregator of EveryMatrix.
CasinoEngine is one of the largest content aggregation platforms in the iGaming industry. It features more than 8,000 titles and 260 jackpots from over 140 of the most popular games suppliers to be servicing the online gambling industry.
Earlier in 2019, Revolver joined Relax Gaming’s Powered By program for the distribution of content from commercially independent partners.
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