Relax Gaming adds Elysium Studios’ games to its distribution programme

Relax Gaming has added games by Elysium Studios to its distribution programme. The supplier says Elysium’s own remote gaming server will be used to keep games up to date and running smoothly. 

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Games by Elysium included in Relax's distribution network will include Battle of Myths, Wizardz World and Spirit Hunters. 

Relax CEO Simon Hammon said: “Elysium is a truly stellar studio with an impressive portfolio of titles under its belt.  

“Their games thoroughly impressed us thanks to their distinctive art style and impressive bonus features that encourage players to take action and engage with the game. We’re delighted to welcome them to the Powered By Relax family.” 

Elysium CEO Sergio Jacob added: “The team from Relax has been fantastic from day one, we’re grateful for this opportunity and for the partnership which will take Elysium to the next level in its expansion journey. We’re excited to share our highly engaging games with the industry and keep pushing the boundaries of innovation. 

“I’m very proud of the Elysium team who have done an excellent job in producing and delivering exceptional games. In today’s market, with so many providers and developers in this sector, it’s not a matter of how many games you release each month, but it’s the engagement of games and the quality you bring to the table that will prevail." 

In August, Relax inked a content deal with bet365. The operator now receives access to content developed in-house by Relax, including slot titles such as Temple Tumble, Snake Arena and Money Train 2.

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