GiG Expands Games Portfolio with Push Gaming and Gaming Realms
A fast-growing and one of the biggest Maltese iGaming companies, Gaming Innovation Group (GiG), is strengthening its position in the industry by announcing two back-to-back deals with innovative game developers: Push Gaming and Gaming Realms.
As a white label gaming platform supplier (iGaming Cloud) and the owner of seven proprietary casino brands – including Guts Casino which is consistently in our top 10 – among other businesses, GiG is proud to announce that it has successfully integrated Push Gaming’s HTML5 games. Albeit it’s one of the smaller companies in terms of size, it’s one of the biggest in terms of quality and design.
Some of Push Gaming’s most popular video slots include Meet The Meerkats, Hockey Hero, Humpty Dumpty, and Wizard Shop. And most of these are now also available on the proprietary sites at least. “Being selected as a supplier to such a progressive business is testament to the stand out mobile games that we’re developing”, said Push Gaming Managing Director James Marsha.
The second contract was announced on 3rd April between GiG and Gaming Realms. The latter is also a publicly traded group which is best known for their exclusive Slingo Originals games. The official report states a three-year licensing deal and revenue share agreement for the non-exclusive, worldwide, rights to deploy a portfolio of more than 20 original bingo and slot-hybrid games.
Some of the featured titles to roll out to the GiG sites and its white labels such as Cashmio include: Slingo Riches, Slingo Extreme, Love Island Slingo, Slingo XXX Treme, Slingo Fortunes. They even have Rainbow Riches, as well as branded Slingo editions like X Factor, Deal or No Deal, and Britain’s Got Talent.
Roughly put, Slingo games are not traditional slots but more of arcades or speciality games with a seemingly different target market, but with some exceptions like Colossal Bar X. As to why they’ve chosen Gaming Realms’ games commented Mathias Larsson, Managing Director of GiG: "We are delighted to now be offering Gaming Realms’ Slingo content to our customers through our platform. The unique selection of games is the perfect fit to complement our extensive offering and we look forward to continuing to offer such creative and innovative content".
That said, here’s what Patrick Southon, CEO of Gaming Realms, had to add: "We are extremely excited to be partnering with Gaming Innovation Group. Given its scale across the iGaming industry, this partnership provides us with a significant opportunity to extend our Slingo content across new markets".
Having just celebrated its 5th anniversary, for which they’ve even invited Steve Wozniak himself to the party, GiG is clearly making fast progress to becoming a global gaming force to reckon with and, with that, player-friendlier than ever before.
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