Relax Gaming Add 1X2 Network To Powered By Partnership

After adding 1X2 Network to its Powered By partnership scheme, online casino aggregator and supplier Relax Gaming has praised a ‘strong addition to our platform offering.’

This will allow the former and its distribution network access to the casino content portfolio of the game developer and content aggregator, including those from its subsidiary Iron Dog Studio, which is behind games such as Rainbow Wilds and 1 Million Megaways BC. In addition, operators will be able to sell their own version of Branded Megaways to players.

As a platform-to-platform partner of Powered By Relax, 1X2 Network can gain access to the growing operator network of the supplier, and benefit from full commercial independence as well.

Kevin Reid, CCO from 1X2 Network, of the collaboration said: “The scale of this integration would normally make it a complex process but with Relax it was quick and flawless from start to finish.

“This deal both raises our profile among top-tier operators and expands our geographical reach, making this a partnership that has great strategic value for our company.”

This deal continues a busy period for Relax Gaming, after the company gained a 12-month exclusivity to the Megaclsuters mechanic of Big Time Gaming, received SOTW accreditation for Iron Bank from SlotBeats and outlined plans for seven new offices over the following 12 months.

Relax Gaming CPO Simon Hammon added: “1X2 Network and its Iron Dog Studio brand boast a collection of games that have made a real impact on the market and will be a strong addition to our platform offering.

“We pride ourselves on delivering technical excellence with an innovative approach, so to complete the integration seamlessly and in record time is a clear indicator that this partnership has huge potential.”

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