Through the deal, Slotmill’s entire portfolio will become available to the SoftGamings distribution network. This includes titles such as Coin Quest, Money Jar, Gem Rush and Super Fruit Smash.
“We are super excited about the agreement with SoftGamings which holds fantastic potential,” said Slotmill Chief Commercial Officer Andreas Ternström. “SoftGamings has a strong market position and reputation for providing complete gaming solutions to operators.”
The games are set to be available to SoftGamings’ distribution network of more than 250 casino operators by early 2023, as noted by Slotmill.
SoftGamings Director of Partnerships Anna Lalina commented: “We look forward to adding the Slotmill games to our offering. The attention to detail and quality of their games is superb, resulting in a first-class player experience which is further accentuated by features like integrated Feature Buy and a high-paced gameplay.”
Founded by a team of industry veterans with the ambition of revitalising the online gaming market, Slotmill is a game studio that focuses on “high-quality slots with stunning graphics and a streamlined user interface providing a premium player experience,” the company notes.
SoftGamings, meanwhile, is a B2B casino platforms provider and gaming systems aggregator with more than 14 years of experience in the industry. Its portfolio includes more than 200 gaming suppliers with over 10,000 games.
Last week, SoftGamings signed a deal with casino software development company Betsolutions. Per the deal, Betsolutions’ title Zeppelin has become available for integration via SoftGamings’ unified API system.
Zeppelin is Betsolutions’ biggest hit with its “crash” game mechanic and multiplayer option. It has also paved the way for other provably fair games from Betsolutions powered by blockchain technology.