Relax Gaming expands distribution with Pinnacle partnership

Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has launched its extensive portfolio of slot games with sportsbook and online casino operator, Pinnacle.

Top-performing titles from the supplier’s in-house library such as Money Train 2, Snake Arena and La Fiesta have already been made available to Pinnacle’s players as part of the agreement, as well as a wide selection of aggregated games from its hand-picked studio network.

Relax’s platform offers a variety of third-party content from its selected Silver Bullet and Powered By Relax partners, including innovative suppliers such as ReelPlay, Kalamba Games and Fantasma Games, which are all offered unrivalled speed-to-market through the two distribution programmes.

The partnership with Pinnacle adds another reputable online casino brand to Relax Gaming’s distribution network and builds on a period of strong growth during which the supplier has secured major deals across the industry.

Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CCO, said: “Pinnacle is a fast-growing industry name and we are excited to be providing the operator with a wide variety of content that has proven to boost customer engagement and retention.

“We are committed to delivering the best casino games to the market with speed and efficiency. This partnership is a result of the quality service we offer on a day-to-day basis.”

Steve Wells, Head of Casino and Games at Pinnacle, said: “We have a very ambitious growth plan for our casino vertical, and it is vital to be able to count on high-performance and creative content such as that offered by Relax Gaming.

“Relax creates some of igaming’s most exciting and engaging products and it’s great to be able to share them with our players. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership together.”

This year Relax Gaming celebrated its 10th anniversary, marking a decade of service to the industry’s leading online casinos. The company supplies its partners with a growing library of over 1500 proprietary and third-party studio games through a quick, simple integration.

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