Posted on September 4, 2019 by staff

Listed firm Gaming Realms signs European deal


Listed mobile gaming and gambling developer and licensor Gaming Realms has launched Slingo Originals content with Stockholm-listed online gaming operator Betsson Group.

Founded in 1963, the Betsson Group holds gaming licences in twelve countries across Europe and has offices in Malta, Sweden, Hungary, Lithuania, Georgia and Estonia alongside an office in Battersea, London.

Under the terms of the agreement, Slingo games, which includes titles such as Slingo Rainbow Riches, Slingo Extreme and Slingo XXXtreme, will launch across Betsson Group’s global network of brands, including Betsson, Betsafe, NordicBet, CasinoEuro and Europebet.

The agreement is hoped to expand London-based Gaming Realms’ international reach and further consolidate its presence in the UK and Scandinavian markets.

Gaming Realms works with large media and brand owners for sites such as BGTgames, loveislandgames.

The Slingo games will be the first games distributed via the company’s recently announced distribution partner, Relax Gaming.

Patrick Southon, Chief Executive of Gaming Realms, said: “Following our recent distribution partnership with Relax Gaming, we are delighted to be entering into a licensing agreement with Betsson Group, one of Europe’s largest online gaming companies.

“The agreement will not only bring our collection of Slingo games to new audiences internationally via Betsson’s multitude of brands, but will also reinforce our existing presence in the UK and in particular Scandinavia, where there is a significant appetite for mobile gaming,” said atrick Southon, CEO of Gaming Realms.

Ciara Nic Liam, director of product at Betsson Group, added: “We are committed to providing our customers with engaging and innovative gaming content in order to deliver the best customer experience in the industry.

“With an established following, Slingo games represents an ideal partner and we look forward to offering this content to our international audiences.”