Relax Gaming Supplies Twin Casino

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April 25th, 2018
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The innovative casino game developer, Relax Gaming, has signed a content deal with Malta-licensed, Twin Casino. As a result, the brand’s full suite of slot and table games will be making their way to the online casino’s pages, allowing it to gain a new legion of fans along the way.

As a first phase of the partnership, the developer has created special, custom-tailored roulette and blackjack games that will go live on the site. What sets these games apart from others of this genre is the physics of the ball movement, making it the most realistic out there – this is done via the brand’s RNG engine and HTML5 architecture used.

The developer, who has recently appointed former NetEnt executive, Simon Hammon, as its Chief Product Officer, called upon its CEO, Daniel Eskola, to comment on this newly established partnership: “Twin Casino continue to impress with a casino site that delivers the best games on the market to its thousands of players and we’re delighted to be a part of this. Our premium Roulette and Blackjack titles have been made available at extremely competitive rates so that we can learn each other’s business requirements and build on our relationship further down the line.”

Chief Brand Officer at Twin Casino, Marcin Jablonski says: “Our customer-first approach requires us to integrate the best and latest games content from the best suppliers around. Relax Gaming’s new table games fit this bill perfectly and we look forward to our Twinners experiencing their quality gameplay. We hope to build on this relationship in future with more Relax content across different genres and types integrated and made available to our growing customer base.”

Source:

“Relax Gaming agrees Twin Casino deal”, relax-gaming.com, April 16, 2018.

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