Relax Gaming prepares for expansion in Germany with Loewen Play deal

Relax Gaming, igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has teamed up with one of Germany’s largest land-based casinos, Loewen Play, to launch on the operator’s new online site.

Leading titles from Relax’s proprietary portfolio including Temple Tumble, Money Train and Snake Arena will soon be available to players on Loewen Play Fun, as well as popular games from the supplier’s third-party studio partners.

Relax’s platform offers access to aggregated content from some of the industry’s top brands, with Big Time Gaming, Reel Play and Push Gaming among the roster, as well as innovative slots from up and coming studios such as Fantasma Games and Kalamba Games. 

Ahead of Germany’s online gaming market opening in 2021, this partnership cements Relax’s position as a go-to provider of top-quality casino content among the industry’s biggest operators and further expands its reach in Europe.

Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CCO, said: “Loewen Play is at the top of Germany’s land-based casino industry and we are proud to be a part of the operator’s online journey at this exciting time for the market.

“From localised content to must-have slot titles, our portfolio has something to suit everyone and will make a valuable addition to Loewen Play’s offering as it continues to attract new customers.”

Tal Zamstein, Managing Director at Loewen Play Digital, said: “Relax’s straight-forward approach to business and reliability make the company an ideal platform provider to partner with as we prepare to take Germany’s online sector by storm.

“With the variety of content on offer, its slot and casino games are sure to be a hit with players of all preferences and we’re looking forward to a seamless integration with the Relax platform.”

With a decade of growth now under its belt, Relax Gaming claims the title of one of the industry’s leading casino content providers. The company’s platform boasts over 1000 proprietary and third-party studio games, available to its partners via a quick and simple integration.


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