April 14, 2020 written by

Evoplay partners with Nektan

Game studio Evoplay Entertainment recently signed an agreement with major gaming organisation Nektan.

So, this means Evoplay Entertainment’s portfolio of games will now be available in new markets, including the UK.

Extending its reach

Evoplay Entertainment’s selection of games will be delivered through Nektan’s content distribution platform E-Lite.

Evoplay Entertainment aims to give players in the UK something different, as it prides itself on creating new and innovative games. With an emphasis on an evolutionary gaming experience, Evoplay Entertainment is a game development studio that wants to revolutionise the iGaming industry.

Thanks to their efforts, their expertise has been recognised in the past year with a number of award nominations for its game technology.

With over 80 titles of slots and table games, UK players will have plenty of new games to try out. Some of its titles include Rise of Horus, Animal Quest, Reign of Dragons, Indiana’s Quest, Trip to the Future and more.

They are due to announce new additions to their game portfolio across 2020, giving players an even greater choice of titles.

Perhaps most excitingly, through this deal, UK players will also benefit from Evoplay Entertainment’s 3D and VR games. These include titles such as Necromancer, Candy Dreams, Epic Gladiators, and Elven Princesses.

With Nektan’s influence and position as a renowned, global provider for the online casino industry, their deal with Evoplay Entertainment’s is sure to benefit both parties.

Nektan launched back in 2014 and has a major international reach. It provides B2B gaming solutions and services, aiming to offer an all-in-one gambling solution to companies. This particular deal with Evoplay Entertainment will distribute the studio’s games to online casino operators in the UK and beyond.

As a result, the deal should certainly help to confirm Evoplay as a major player in the gaming industry.

Thrilled and delighted

In summary, Evoplay Entertainment’s Chief Business Development Officer, Vladimir Malakchi, said of the deal:

“We are thrilled to be joining the UK’s legendary iGaming community in a partnership with one of the industry’s most established businesses, Nektan. 

“UK players are some of the world’s most demanding, and we can’t wait to introduce them to our catalogue of cutting-edge, innovative content and see what they make of it.”

Meanwhile, Gary Shaw, CEO for Nektan PLC, added:

“We are delighted to welcome Evoplay Entertainment aboard, and being the first to bring its fresh, pioneering portfolio to the UK is a real plus.

“We have no doubt that this is the start of a long and fruitful commercial relationship and are sure that Evoplay Entertainment’s immersive catalogue will prove to be a hit with players and operators alike.”  

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