Relax Gaming has recently revealed that is has signed a deal with another big name, namely Push Gaming.
According to the deal, Relax will launch all of the games available in Push Gaming’s portfolio on its Silver Bullet casino platform.
When designing Silver Bullet casino platform, Relax Gaming concentrated on the availability of the casino games launched on it and gaming experience. As a result, Silver Bullet is an open gaming platform. It launches whatever content it is supplied with, on all channels simultaneously. Such solutions allow companies cooperating with Relax gaming, like for example Quickspin, to benefit from the great reach that Silver Bullet offers.
The deal between Relax Gaming and Push Gaming will see Push Gaming’s content to be launched through the biggest online platforms cooperating with Relax. Already Push Gaming is gaining advantage of being launched through one of the most popular online casinos, Mr Green.
The team of Push Gaming couldn’t hide their appreciation of the Relax Gaming open gaming platform. Push Gaming managing director, James Marshall said: “We have been very impressed with Silver Bullet and the team at Relax Gaming”. Marshall has also commented on the benefits of being Part of Silver Bullet platform, pointing out to the versatile content delivery. “They have an excellent track record of delivering top quality content on an impressive platform that delivers for both operators and their customers.” added Marshall.
Patrick Österåker also mentioned how happy Relax Gaming is to start cooperating with Marshall and his team. Relax Gaming’s chief executive appreciated the gaming content of Push Gaming and and highlighted the importance of the cooperation. Österåker said: “Push Gaming have excellent casino content and we’re very confident that Silver Bullet will open a number of new doors for them”.
“Access to market is particularly important to boutique suppliers like them and the reliability, flexibility, and speed of integration that comes with a platform like ours is equally important to operators.” added Österåker.