Slotmill signs content agreement with SuprNation

By Gambling Insider

Slotmill has signed a licensing agreement with SuprNation, delivering a portfolio of gaming content through a partnership with Relax Gaming. 

The agreement sees a range of content from Slotmill’s collection made available to three of SuprNation’s brands. Customers of Duelz, NYSpins and VoodooDreams will benefit from a range of content, including 11,000 games, 3,000 of which are cryptocurrency-based. 

Johan Ohman, Founder of Slotmill, commented: “It’s fantastic to end the year by entering into a partnership with SuprNation. We believe our games will be a great complement to its existing offering and look forward to seeing how ‘Fast Track’ and 'Burst Mode' will be received by the players.” 

Similarly upbeat about the deal, Rasmus Hammar, Casino Manager at SuprNation, said: “We’re very pleased to welcome Slotmill and their portfolio of games which offer remarkable graphics and smooth gameplay, a clear sign of quality and craftmanship. Particularly excited to see how our players respond to the new innovative game features.” 

The content partnership with SuprNation caps off a busy week for Slotmill, which also reached a similar agreement with BetConstruct. The gaming aggregator carries over 10,000 slot games, and will add Slotmill’s content portfolio to its customer offering.

This agreement follows on from a similar deal, recently struck between Slotmill and supplier SoftSwiss.

Under the terms of that agreement, Slotmill will integrate its content portfolio into the SoftSwiss platform, complementing the operator's line-up of more than 150 providers.

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