Gaming Realms agrees Slingo distribution deal

Gaming Realms has today confirmed licensing agreements with several proprietary gaming operators in New Jersey’s regulated gaming market.

Agreements have been reached with Resorts Digital Gaming, Caesars Interactive Entertainment and Pala Interactive with a target of implementing its Slingo games in casinos later this year.

The company noted strong growth within the New Jersey Online Gambling Market with March 2017 showing record growth in the state with internet gaming revenues up 32% to $59m.

Patrick Southon, Gaming Realms chief executive, said: “Having invested in the development of its unique Slingo Original games portfolio and its own distribution platform, Gaming Realms has an exciting opportunity to generate high margin B2B revenues in regulated markets, and we're delighted to have signed deals with some of the biggest gaming brands in the New Jersey market."

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