Relax Gaming Sign Agreement With Big Time Gaming To Deliver Their Content

Relax Gaming – an innovative British-based casino games supplier – has reached a lucrative agreement with Australian game developer Big Time Gaming, to distribute their casino content, becoming one of only three platform partners to do so.

Casinos using Relax Gaming’s software systems will be able to offer their players a range of Big Time Gaming’s most popular slots, including the hugely-popular Extra Chilli, and Danger High Voltage. Alongside being able to offer Big Time Gaming’s casino games, an agreement has also been signed, allowing Relaxing Gaming (and it’s partner studio; Silver Bullet Studio) to access a version of Big Time Gaming’s Megaways™ math model – something we’ve seen successfully used by Blueprint Gaming over the last few months.

Daniel Eskola, the CEO of Relax Gaming , said: “Relax Gaming was launched with the aim of bringing in a new era of online casino delivery, and partnering with dynamic providers like Big Time Gaming represents a big step in the right direction.”

“We are proud to have been selected as one of only three platforms to distribute its games, and this agreement is a testament to the ease and transparency with which our commercial model is designed. We’re thrilled that the additional Megaways™ deal not only gives Relax Gaming a license to showcase Megaways™ but also our Silver Bullet partners.”

Nik Robinson, CEO at Big Time Gaming, also said: “Relax Gaming is setting itself apart in the market with a strong offering and considerable distribution. This is complemented by a refreshing commercial model. We’re excited to offer our games via this talented team and exceptional platform. We’re also looking forward to seeing how Relax put their own unique spin on Megaways™.”

About Relax Gaming

“In our case, the pub was in Malta and the year was 2010. As well as a fondness for strong drink, its founders Patrik Österåker and Jani Tekoniemi shared strong technical skills, a feature which still today is a key feature of the organization’s DNA. Our goal was to provide a better quality, more flexible, platform than was available to operators at the time. After three generations of poker products, two generations of bingo ones, and a well-established and well-received casino one it still remains our goal.

Unibet shared that vision, has been an important customer from the start, and still, employs our services today. Naturally, Relax has evolved and matured and now includes a number of leading European gaming operators and fellow suppliers among their clients. From employing a handful of people, we now have over 80 dedicated staff, whose impressive work ethic is matched by their desire to retain the original spirit of adventure and sense of fun.

We Relaxers, as we like to call ourselves, get a kick out of doing new things and leveraging the full potential of our multi-talented team. These days the company is a full-service house where we do pretty much everything in-house. That includes initial concepts, design, user experience, platform integrations, client development, infrastructure operations, licensing, and compliance. We hold gaming licenses jurisdictions like the UK, Malta, Denmark, Romania, and Alderney. And we still find time to go to the pub.”

About Big Time Gaming

“Big Time Gaming’s team are a collective of industry thought leaders with an extensive track record of innovation in online gaming.

Nik Robinson CEO has been at the forefront of the industry since 1996 when he founded New Tech Media which sold to News Corp and merged with Orbis to become Openbet.

Huw McIntosh CTO has an equally impressive  career history and has worked in the gaming industry for more than 10 years at both New Tech Media and Openbet.

Ian Schmidt Creative Director joined Big Time Gaming after working on a range of elaborate titles for Rockstar Games.”

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Alex Smith

Alex is a 26-year-old writer from Brighton, in the UK, and for the past 8 years, he’s worked with a number of companies, creating content for blogs, news articles, and more. While Alex has written on a wide variety of topics, his speciality is online gambling – an industry he’s both passionate about, and experienced in. Having enjoyed gambling for over 7 years, Alex is a huge fan of video slots, and cites NetEnt, Big Time Gaming, Thunderkick, and Quickspin as his favourite providers. The topics he writes on are varied, but he loves nothing more than a good old slot review (he’s written over 1,000 slot reviews in his career), and he also enjoys writing in-depth gambling guides, along with casino reviews. In his spare time, Alex enjoys playing the guitar, and is a self-proclaimed horror film buff.

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