Relax Gaming Signs UK Based To Silver Bullet

Aggregation company and online casino content provider Relax Gaming has signed to its Silver Bullet partner programme.

By joining the initiative, the organisation, which partnered with Yggdrasil Game Server Masters earlier this year, aims to create “unforgettable gaming experiences.”

Relax is to take care of consumer marketing, regulation, network support, advertising tools and delivery. will release its Relax Gaming platform product bundle, gaining access to the provider’s collection of over 390 casino brands.

Andrew Porter, founder of, said of the partnership: “Signing with Relax Gaming is another step towards our goal of building the ultimate gaming experiences for players around the globe.

“Aside from the fact that Relax have an experienced team who have been running a successful third-party business for many years, they understood what we were trying to achieve with some of our crypto format inspired real money games.”

The first game, 100 Bit Dice, is to be published this week under the terms of the agreement. The game is hailed as “an innovation in table gaming,” bringing real money RNG casinos with a crypto style game.

In recent months, Relax Gaming has expanded its portfolio rapidly, supplying its partners with a roster of over 640 casino games, including aggregated content from selected Silver Bullet studios along with proprietary products.

“We are delighted to welcome into the Silver Bullet partner program, significantly boosting the top-tier range of products we are able to offer our operator partners,” commented Simon Hammon, chief product officer at Relax Gaming.

“The provider is fast carving out a great reputation in the industry for its forward-thinking approach to game development, and it is excellent to have this knowledgeable studio on board.”

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