Relax Gaming’s Powered By programme welcomes Design Works Gaming

Relax Gaming, the online gaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has signed a Powered By distribution deal with Design Works Gaming (DWG), a game provider that also operates social casinos.

The deal adds another up-and-coming brand to Relax Gaming’s studio partnership network, further diversifying the content available to its fast-growing client base and building on its portfolio of over 1000 casino games.

DWG’s online casino portfolio offers a variety of Las Vegas-style titles that have existing popularity among land-based and social casino players. The games launching through Relax’s platform will include top performers Diamonds, Sapphires & Rubies, 10x Fortune, Tiger Palace and many more.

After entering the real-money gaming market this year, integrating with Relax will equip DWG with wide distribution among top-tier operators, together with the unrivalled speed-to-market provided by the Powered By programme.

Simon Hammon, CPO at Relax Gaming, said: “DWG is well known for delivering popular land-based and social casino content and we are excited to be assisting in bringing these classics to real-money gaming audiences through our market-leading aggregation platform.

“With proven success in other verticals we expect these new additions to perform well and generate the appeal that’s so important to our customers and the diversity of their portfolios.”

Troy Zurawski, President at DWG, said: “Joining Relax Gaming’s partnership programme marks a milestone in DWG’s distribution efforts by bringing our outstanding game content to its impressive roster of operating partners.   

“We’re excited to work alongside Relax’s knowledgeable and dynamic team to distribute our content to new key markets and audiences around the globe.”  

This year Relax Gaming is celebrating its 10th anniversary, marking a decade of quality service to the industry’s leading online casinos. The company supplies its partners with a growing library of over 1000 proprietary and third-party studio games through a quick and simple integration.

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