Apparat Gaming signs Powered by Relax partnership

By Peter Lynch

Relax Gaming has agreed a Powered by Relax partnership with Apparat Gaming.

The supplier noted that the German slot developer, which has an MGA licence, has been quick to capitalise on its native market’s online regulation in July 2021, and is now powered by a 15-strong team that aims to deliver “iGaming with a German Accent.”

Apparat Gaming’s first four games are on track to go live with several top-tier German operators, while the developer has a further 10 games in the pipeline. Six of those 10 games will be released on a monthly basis until the end of 2022, and all will be developed to offer their own unique take on native German gaming.

“It’s going to be a monumental year for Apparat Gaming,” said Relax Gaming Chief Product Officer Simon Hammon. “With 10 fantastic games good to go for 2022 and still more in development, the company will be huge in the German market and beyond.

“Relax Gaming is delighted to be a part of this journey and we can’t wait to see how the relationship develops. I’m sure they’re going to be very happy with the incredible reach we’ll be able to offer them.”

The first four games that are set to go live are Pharaoh Princess, Fruit Storm, Total Eclipse and 40 Sevens.

Apparat Gaming Co-Founder and Director Thomas Wendt commented: “We’re confident that the games we’ve developed, as well as the ones we have just around the corner, will appeal massively to a wide player base across Europe.

“With that in mind, we couldn’t think of a better partner to help in maximising the distribution of these titles than Relax Gaming. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship as both our companies continue to grow.”


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