Interwetten and Relax Gaming Sign Partnership
Relax Gaming, a leading supplier for the online gambling industry, have just announced a partnership with Interwetten Gaming Limited, one that will see it provide its roster of top gaming titles to the brand.
This deal includes titles such as Temple Tumble and Dragon’s Awakening. Interwetten, which incorporates a host of sports betting and casino features, will also gain access to all Powered By games and everything created via the Silver Bullet partnership. That’s a lot of quality casino games, and a deal that will provide a wealth of benefit to both parties.
Three of the Best
This deal was announced in May and was the third of its type that Interwetten announced in that month. They also signed deals with Nolimit City, who are based in Sweden and have had a busy 2019 thus far, and Pragmatic Play, who are based in Malta.
A spokesperson for the brand commented on the deal to say that Relax Gaming’s titles, “Might be new, but they’re making…waves” in this industry. They added that they believed the deal would add a “new dimension” to their portfolio.
They also commented on the groundbreaking Silver Bullet program, saying that it provides them with ease of access to “an abundance of innovative titles” for all Relax Gaming partners, which they were “excited” to be able to introduce to their players.
A Good Year
Relax Gaming have been busy in 2019. They have signed several new deals and have released a plethora of new video slots, including the well-received Caveman Bob, which puts players in the shoes of a hunter-gatherer as he goes on a quest to find treasures. They also recently signed deals with major Boxing and MMA broadcasters to entice fans of these popular sports to play their games.
The CEO of Relax Gaming commented on this recent partnership to declare their excitement at working with the “leading operator in Germany, Austria” and other countries. They went on to add that they were confident Interwetten’s players would enjoy the vast selection of games in the Relax Gaming and partner programs, echoing the sentiments that Interwetten had voiced and suggesting that this was a win-win deal from the start.