AGS, headquartered in Las Vegas, has signed a distribution agreement with Intouch Games, a game content provider, asserting that the content will “resonate with players” across the operational jurisdictions of the company.
The agreement will see Intouch’s content development brand Slot Factory provide game content for the real-money game aggregation platform of AGS, serving a variety of operators.
The Slot Factory series, like Reel Royalty, Pick a Pot’O Gold and Money Grows On Trees, will be available via the company’s AxSys Games Marketplace network to AGS’ portfolio of online operators under the agreement.
AGS Executive Vice President Matt Reback commented: “We are excited to welcome Intouch Games as a games content provider for our AxSys Games Marketplace. The Intouch Games Slot Factory team is known for its focus on innovation, entertainment, and creating an amazing player experience, and we feel confident that their games will deliver strong performance for our online operator partners.”
Slot Factory games for Intouch Games, consists of 130 titles, serving over five million players in the UK under six internal brands – mFortune, PocketWin, Mr. Spin, Dr Slot, CashMo, and Casino 2020.
Simon Wilson, managing director of Intouch Games has said: “We are honoured and excited to join AGS as a content supplier through Slot Factory. The AGS Interactive team has focused on partnering with industry-leading game developers, and in doing so, have curated a diverse library of content that caters to nearly every type of player.
“We look forward to expanding player exposure to our games through AGS’ partnerships with many of the world’s leading online operators.”
AGS maintained trust earlier this month that the company’s long-term prospects remain intact, with a disinclined attitude to the challenges posed during the year, earning recognition in the company’s latest financial report.
The company’s second quarter sales closed at $16.7m, down 77.4 percent from $74.5m in 2019, powered by virtually all AGS customers’ operational shutdown due to market uncertainty caused by COVID-19’s global spread.