Relax hails Silver Bullet’s ‘Monumental’ 12 months

Relax Gaming welcomed the achievement of a “monumental year” with Silver Bullet partners as the organisation is celebrating the collaboration program’s “revolutionary initial 12 months.”

Originally, the online casino content provider planned the platform as an outlet for up-and-coming games studios, making it easier to release 18 handpicked slot titles within its first year.

In an effort to set up an “as a must for operators” online casino portfolio, Relax has expanded to offer access to more than 650 third-party and in-house names.

The company now works alongside nine development studios through Silver Bullet, providing “open and transparent commercial terms” along with its ever-increasing distribution network.

Also, Silver Bullet partners will leverage what the organisation lauds as deep industry knowledge, technical expertise and support in both enforcement and cost functions, as it seeks to help develop the best possible speed games.

Silver Bullet aims to create a smoother direction of access to fresh content for iGaming operators, as well as promising to offer a continuously improving launch roadmap over the coming months.

Simon Hammon, Relax Gaming CPO, commented: “We set out with an ambitious mission: To turn content delivery on its head through the creation of transparent relationships and an open approach to doing business.

“The results have completely surpassed our expectations and confirmed that there is opportunity in our industry for companies, like Relax Gaming, that dare to do things differently.”

Relax launched its second branded network game earlier this month, titled It’s Time!!

Following the previous month’s Let’s Get Ready To Rumble bid produced in conjunction with boxing announcer Michael Buffer, Relax’s latest introduction was created in conjunction with Bruce Buffer’s mixed martial arts counterpart.

The 6×4 name features the ‘Voice of MMA’s’ catchphrase ‘It’s Time!! for a chance to win up to 2500x bet as players move into the octagon.