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B2B iGaming development studio RubyPlay has secured a significant deal to supply its slot content portfolio to leading operator LeoVegas.

The integration through Relax Gaming’s content aggregation platform will ensure RubyPlay’s unique and dynamic games, including popular hits Royal Griffin, Diamond Explosion 7s and Shake Shake Money Tree, will be made available across the operator group’s brands such as LeoVegas and Royal Panda.

These immersive titles are set to be accessible to players in multiple regulated markets across the globe in which the online operator is live in, including the UK and Europe.

The agreement further demonstrates the high demand from major casino brands for RubyPlay’s games to feature in their online offerings to capture a new audience. 

RubyPlay provides players and operators with revolutionary content that combines online expertise with land-based heritage and the best of social casino mechanics, while specialising in designing captivating and immersive slots for all to enjoy.

Trevor Ginsberg, CEO of RubyPlay, said: “We are beyond thrilled to be partnering with such a well-known and forward-thinking casino brand in LeoVegas, which holds an extensive reach in regulated markets worldwide.

“Such a deal reflects the calibre of games we produce at RubyPlay, designed and developed by a hugely experienced team that is adept at using its insight to craft the game experiences that players want.

“Expanding our player base remains a key focus for us and we’ll continue to put them first with our unique, intuitive and tailored games.”

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