1X2 Network Adds Quality Content With Black Pudding Games

Since announcing a new partnership with Black Pudding Games, 1X2 Network has added “more quality content” to its remote game server platform.

The deal for the  developer lauded as a “up and coming,” will see Black Pudding produce future games on the remote game server of the 1X2 Network, with the first releases of the game set for Q1 2020.

The company will join a roster of developers whose games, including the 3PI aggregation platform, can be accessed through the RGS of 1X2 Network.

Black Pudding will line up with 1X2 Network’s proprietary 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio brands and Leap Gaming strategic partners, as well as Playson, Habanero, GameArt, PGSoft, Oryx and Gamomat who are currently linked to the 3PI.

Nathan Howes, director at Black Pudding Games, said of the agreement: “This is an excellent fit for us and means we can build our distinctive brand of games on one of the most sophisticated and well-established remote game servers in the industry. It also means we can access one of the largest distribution channels around the world.

“We see this partnership with 1X2 Network as being instrumental in the future of Black Pudding Games and believe it will prove to be hugely successful for both parties, delivering a brace of intriguing new game formats into the hands of eager players worldwide in the process.”

The latest deal continues the strategy of 1X2 Network to introduce and promote games from smaller niche developers alongside larger game distributors, with the goal of enabling operators to differentiate their game lobbies from their rivals.

Kevin Reid, chief commercial officer at 1X2 Network, added: “I am delighted to welcome Black Pudding to the 1X2 Network family and for it to begin developing its highly innovative instant, slot and casino games on our remote game server.

“We are proud to support smaller, more niche game developers and look forward to offering Black Pudding’s unique titles to our operator partners across the whole of the 1X2 Network infrastructure.”