Malta-based supplier Slotmill has signed an agreement with Tier 1 operator LeoVegas to provide its portfolio of slot games.
The games will be available at the main brand leovegas.com and to sister brands gogocasino, royalcasino, as well as recently acquired expekt.com.
Slotmill claims to have, in record time, established itself as an award-nominated provider of quality content. Its games feature full HD graphics and provide a premium player experience.
The delivery will be made through the partnership with Relax Gaming.
Johan Ohman, founder of Slotmill, commented: “The entire team at Slotmill is super excited and happy over the agreement with LeoVegas which is a major milestone.
“I feel that Slotmill’s focus on developing games offers all players a first-class experience regardless of which device they’re playing off.”
James Ford, group casino director at LeoVegas, said: “We are very pleased to add the Slotmill games to our portfolio. Slotmill combines unique content and a rich player experience.
“Their lightweight game clients optimized for the mobile channel is a perfect fit for us being the premier mobile casino. We pride ourselves in providing the best content to our players and that is a key reason behind our success.”
The deal marks the continuation of an impressive period for Slotmill, which since receiving its B2B licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) in June has signed a promising deal with major operator Casumo.
Slotmill is a game studio focused on innovative, high-quality slots with stunning graphics and a streamlined user interface providing a premium player experience.
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