Relax Gaming Signs BetGames.TV Agreement

Relax Gaming, an excellent aggregator and supplier of exclusive casino content, has signed a deal with BetGames. TV, a leading manufacturer of live dealer solutions. Under the Driven by Partners scheme, the contract is signed, enabling the aggregator to include all games from the former brand.

Relax will give BetGames. TV a flexible set of games, including 6 + Poker, Speedy 7, and War on Bets, under the terms of the contract. Along with table and lottery goods, it will allow partner brands to benefit from set betting odds.

The new partnership will also allow the live dealer studio to boost its worldwide presence.

Relax continues to secure deals with the sector’s top-tier operators. Although enriching the portfolio with new releases, the brand is rising fast.

Simon Hammon, CPO at Relax Gaming, commenting on the latest landmark, said: “BetGames.TV offers a distinctive portfolio that is truly unique on the market and we are looking forward to seeing how it is received by our partners’ players.

“Challenging the market status quo is central to our ethos, and we are always on the look-out for suppliers like BetGames.TV that delivers fresh and new ideas whilst upholding high standards of quality.”

CCO at BetGames.TV, Richard Hogg said: “We’re delighted to join Relax’s Powered By program and see it as another major step for our business as we continue to gain significant ground with big brands in markets across Europe and beyond.

“As pioneers in our vertical, Relax’s offer of speed, flexibility, and open collaboration makes them the ideal aggregation partner as we look to accelerate growth and build on our offering.”

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