Relax Partners With OneTouch

Relax Gaming (RG), the industry’s leading content aggregator and provider, has partnered with OneTouch Technology to bring its games to the Powered By program.

OneTouch would be able to take advantage of RG’s extensive network of tier-one providers as well as its unrivalled rush to market as a result of the agreement. The former is the most recent addition to the Powered By team, which already includes a number of well-known developers.

In recent months, the Powered By program has seen a major expansion across several European markets.

A Long-Term Partnership

Representatives from RG, which recently launched Vavada Casino, claim their newest partner is an excellent fit for them and their operators, and they look forward to a long-term partnership.

Simon Hammon, CPO at Relax Gaming, had this to say about the deal: “OneTouch’s focus on technology and high-quality content represents the ideal partner for us and our operators.

“The deal highlights the value that Powered By Relax brings to the table both for us and for studios, allowing for content to be exposed to the leading operators at speed. We look forward to many years of success together.”

Ideal forum for expansion

Officials from OneTouch state that RG’s extensive operator network would provide them with an ideal forum for expansion, and that they are excited to collaborate with them.

OneTouch’s Head of Business Development and Operations, Petra Maria Poola, added: “Relax’s network includes an impressive range of high-profile operators in regulated markets across the globe, which makes it the perfect platform to power our growth.

“Our immersive gaming suite, which has been lauded for its mobile-oriented designs and intuitive gameplay, will continue to draw new players from a host of demographics thanks to this agreement.”

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