London headquartered games studio Revolver Gaming has rolled out its first agreement of the new year after partnering with UK jackpots and games operator Annexio.
Under the terms of the deal Revolver’s entire suite of igaming content is to be made available on Annexio’s LottoGo brand and distributed through the Pariplay fusion aggregation platform.
Paul Haynes, casino manager at Lottogo, said of the partnership: “The high quality content from Revolver Gaming is a great enhancement to our gaming portfolio, and I’m sure our customers will agree. I’ve no doubt this will be a successful partnership for both companies.”
The new partnership is to see Revolver Gaming provide its flagship video slots, including Multiplier Man, Neon Blaze and Squish. Furthermore, a roadmap of titles planned for 2020 and beyond has also been outlined by the two parties, ensuring Revolver will further boost the LottoGo offering in the future.
Ryan Lazarus, CEO of Revolver Gaming, is confident that this deal further emphasises the firm’s commitment to ongoing expansion in the UK market: “We’re very excited to be partnering with Annexio, they have an amazing brand in Lottogo and we believe our content is well targeted to their player demographic.”
Yesterday, Red Tiger has continued the new year where it left off in 2019, with the online casino software supplier taking its suite of slots live with LottoGo.com.
The brand of online lottery organisation Annexio, licensed via the Isle of Man, boasts comedian Keith Lemon as its brand ambassador.
Red Tiger content, which has joined the firm’s games tab, joins a site which strives to offer its players “the fun and excitement of betting on the world’s biggest draws,” including the Powerball and Mega Millions.