Apparat Gaming signs deal with GiG

Apparat Gaming has signed a partnership with supplier Gaming Innovation Group (GiG).

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Through this agreement, players will be able to access German-accented slots from Apparat Gaming.

Games from Apparat Gaming include Total Eclipse, The Warlock's Book, King of the Vikings, Pharaoh Princess, Black Book of Pirates, Heimdall's Horn, Jack Potter & The Book of Dynasties, among others. 

The partnership also covers all upcoming slot games from Apparat such as The Griffin and the Easter-themed Eggciting Fruits Hold & Spin.

A full product roadmap is already set up for the upcoming months with at least one game being released each month.

Martin Frindt, Chief Product Officer at Apparat Gaming, said: “It’s great to see that GiG understands our strengths, willing to add it to their portfolio to increase our international reach and visibility.

“Our slots combine our German accent with deep knowledge about providing quality entertainment to the players. We believe in the quality of our games and our partnerships and invest in both.” 

Marcel Elfersy, Chief Commercial Officer at GiG, said: “We’re pleased to welcome Apparat to the extensive list of quality games providers on our iGaming platform.

“As our partners continue to expand in markets around the globe it is important for us to continue to provide the quality, expertise, and localised content our partners need to grow their brands.”

Recently, Softswiss signed a partnership with Apparat Gaming.

This partnership will allow Softswiss to increase the variety of games available through its Game Aggregator. Additionally, the new game content is now accessible to 600 businesses sponsored by the game aggregator.

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