Nolimit City Supplies Games to Mr Green

June 10th, 2018
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One of the most renowned operators and online casinos, MRG (ex-Mr Green) and developer, Nolimit City, have just signed a multi-year partnership deal that will see the developer deliver and supply their games to MRG. This direct integration of the supplier’s games onto Mr Green's casinos will take immediate effect via the RGS platform.

Preceding this deal was an agreement between the two brands on delivering the direct route to market on a deal established under an exclusive MGA license. The deal will see Nolimit’s suite of games including titles such as Wixx, Creepy Carnival and others supplied to the casino and its numerous punters. New games will be added as they are developed and released.

The software brand’s Head of Sales, Malcolm Mizzi, comments: “We are over the moon with this collaboration. The deal between us has a long-standing history and we couldn’t be happier to see our games live on such iconic brand.”

Mr Green's Casino Manager, Daniel Mitton, stated: “I am extremely happy to announce our collaboration and successful launch with Nolimit City. Their product catalogue is truly refreshing and breaks away from the norm. We look forward to all the new, exciting possibilities that are yet to come.”

The multi-award winning operator has recently announced their rebrand to MRG – as it will better reflect the outstanding market growth the casino enjoys. They have also introduced their first sportsbook and bingo subdivisions. Its latest partner, established in 2014, has set its aim on delivering top quality content to operators everywhere. New and exciting titles will come in 2018 to cement their reputation of being one of the most prominent newcomers in the industry.


“Mr. Green launches Nolimit City games!”,, June 7, 2018.

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