In the latest of a host of recent commercial agreements, iGaming content aggregator and supplier Relax Gaming announced that it has teamed up with young casino operation Casino Days.
This latest partnership will see Relax roll out its extensive library of online gaming titles with the recently launched digital casino brand.
Relax’s portfolio of proprietary casino games will be the first to be added to Casino Days’ offering as part of the agreement between the provider and the operator, news emerged today. Casino Days will thus gain access to Relax’s hit titles Temple Tumble, Money Train and recently released top performers Snake Arena and Hellcatraz.
The content supply deal also covers the enormous library of third-party studio games available on Relax’s iGaming content aggregator. Casino Days will thus be able to offer titles from innovative casino content makers such as 4ThePlayer, Fantasma Games, and ReelPlay.
News about Relax’s partnership with Casino Days emerge shortly after the iGaming supplier announced a similar deal with Malta-based online casino operator Max Entertainment. Under that recent agreement, Max Entertainment will be able to launch Relax’s in-house games as well as titles from third-party providers across its iGaming brands.
Excited to Be Part of Casino Days’ Journey
Commenting on their latest operator partnership, Relax Gaming CCO Daniel Eskola said that they are excited to now be part of Casino Days’ journey and to see the new online casino “make a strong start in the sector with a quality online casino offering that cuts above the competition.”
Mr. Eskola went on to say that this latest alliance underlines the appeal of their content aggregation platform among young online casino brands as well as established iGaming operators as it offers flexibility and swift integration to help new market entrants “get up and running seamlessly with must-have content.”
Relax this year celebrates its tenth anniversary. The company offers more than 1,000 in-house developed and third-party studio online casino-style games and offers operators access to these through a single integration process.
Relax’s content is licensed by a number of regulators, including the Malta Gaming Authority, the UK Gambling Commission, and the Romanian National Gaming Office (ONJN), and is certified in a number of other jurisdictions, including Denmark, Sweden, Latvia, and Estonia.
Of their partnership with Relax, Ross Parkhill, Managing Director at Rhino Entertainment, the Gibraltar-licensed company behind Casino Days, said that their goal is to make sure the newly launched online casino offers its players “great entertainment and a personalized experience” and that content represents a “massive part” of this goal.
Mr. Parkhill went on to say that adding Relax’s games suite will help them in their mission and that their partnership with the content supplier will be “hugely beneficial” for them as they look to grow their new brand in a number of markets.
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