June 1, 2020 written by

Relax Gaming partners with Roobet

Relax Gaming, an iGaming content supplier, recently agreed a partnership with online casino Roobet.

As a result, players on Roobet will now have access to Relax Gaming’s unique and wide-ranging slot portfolio, as well as content from other partners.

Expansion

Roobet casino will be able to add to its game collection thanks to the partnership with Relax Gaming. They have access to Relax Gaming content, such as the popular Tumble series or games like Hellcatraz. That’s not all though! They can also access content from Relax’s partner network.

So, Roobet can use gaming content from Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet and Powered By studio partner networks. These networks include top iGaming studios like 4ThePlayer, Kalamba Games, and Fantasma Games.

Since signing the deal, Roobet has already placed these new games on their casino, ready for players to enjoy.

This partnership continues the expanding trend of Relax Gaming. Relax have signed a number of partnership deals in recent times, and this latest one further increases its distributional reach in different regulated markets.

“offering something different”

Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CCO, said: 

“Roobet’s plans to transform online gaming with blockchain technology make it an exciting brand to partner with and we are delighted to provide the online casino with our unique blend of original and popular titles primed for the next-generation player.

“The partnership demonstrates the appeal of our offering among a wide variety of operators, which is underscored by fast, seamless integration and business simplicity.”

Meanwhile, Matt Duea, Integrations Director of Roobet said:

“Roobet is committed to offering something different to the market status quo and partnering with Relax perfectly ties into this strive for innovation.

“With the range of quality content the supplier offers, combined with the flexibility of its platform and ease of doing business, we are positive this partnership presents great opportunity from all angles.”

Who are they?

Relax Gaming is in its tenth year, as it launched back in 2010. Patrik Österåker and Jani Tekoniemi founded the company, with the aim of offering high quality gaming solutions. Since its launch, Relax Gaming has expanded across the globe to become a major player in the online gaming industry. It has offices in Finland, Estonia, Malta, Serbia, and others, with a game offering that includes slots, bingo, and Poker.

Some of Relax Gaming’s games include Mega Masks, Snake Arena, Wildchemy, Money Train, and Powerspin, as well as Hellcatraz and the Tumble series mentioned above.

Roobet is a casino with a special focus on cryptocurrency. It launched in 2018, and the fast-growing casino is already one of the best crypto online casinos on the market.

Although many online casinos now accept cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Roobet is one of those leading the way in this field. Roobet accepts Bitcoin and Ethereum currencies.

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