Revolver Gaming Pens Content Aggregation Deal with United Remote

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May 27th, 2020
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London-based software studio Revolver Gaming is taking the next step in enhancing its offer by teaming up with United Remote, an aggregation platform that provides a range of games and backend tools.

As a result of this agreement, Revolver’s entire library of titles will be integrated into the premium platform, which is already decked with top-flight brands. Players from regulated jurisdictions will therefore have an opportunity to try out the supplier’s top-performing slots and other products in the style of Dragon Spins, popular Squish, Neon Blaze and Reign of Gnome.

Big Plans in 2020

By announcing its next move in terms of content distribution, Revolver Gaming continues to pursue main objectives for 2020, which is increased visibility on the market and maximized exposure. In previous months, the company has successfully concluded several vital business collaborations with Slotegrator, BlueOcean Gaming, Videoslots, WeAreCasino and most importantly, White Hat Gaming, giving it bigger publicity in the United Kingdom.

Up-and-coming aggregation brand, United, provides casino operators with a collection of instruments and business utensils for prosperous and streamlined results, such as real-time statistics, user-friendly solutions in the field of iGaming, while label technologies and safety. The company is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority to provide casino games, while its latest partner studio holds an additional permit from the UK Gambling Commission.

This brand has recently completed thorough restructuring, which has obviously resulted in major technology investments, as many operators started showing interest in its new business model based on major technology investments, customer protection and profitable integrations. The platform’s goal is to ensure a fluent B2B channel by giving it priority over other services.

A Long-Term Partnership

Aside from the abovementioned titles in Revolver’s growing catalog, it’s important to mention Space Traders, Multiplier Man, Parrots of the Caribbean (see preview below) and Goodfishes as well, famous for providing sharp graphics and captivating features with huge winning potential. Under the terms of the arrangement, provider’s future releases will also be integrated into the platform. Every game is developed in HTML5 and offers full support on mobile and desktop devices, including stable data connection and engaging gameplay.

“We’ve been working to expand our operations. Working with United Remote is a fantastic opportunity for us, and I’m excited that our games are now available on their platform,” said Ryan Lazarus, CEO at Revolver Gaming.

Jeremy Fall, chief executive at United Remote added that the company’s mindset is closely aligned to the modern, pioneering and innovative spirit at Revolver Gaming, making it a perfect partnership.

“We provide highly effective and straightforward solutions to our partners so on-boarding the Revolver Gaming portfolio allows us to expand our offering with more high-quality games that are eye- catching, appealing and engaging,” concluded Fall.

One of United Remote’s trademarks is the creation of exceptional products and services that are mainly driven by passion and precision. The company has a team of over 30 industry professionals who are dedicated to delivering highest standards when fulfilling the demands of both players and operators.

Lastly, the group is building its reputation as a rapidly-growing aggregator and white label provider of games from innovative game studios. It’s also certified in Spain apart from its ties with the Malta Gaming Authority.

Source:

“Revolver Gaming fires up with United Remote”, revolvergaming.com, May 27th, 2020.

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