Independent slots studio Thunderkick is continuing to expand its international market reach after signing a deal with Gamingtec, a leading B2B solutions provider.
The partnership includes Thunderkick’s full portfolio of slots, including renowned titles such as Dionysus Golden Feast and the Esqueleto Explosivo series alongside Sword of Shoguns, the recently released sequel to Sword of Khans.
The studio’s future content is also expected to be included as part of the agreement, with Thunderkick gearing up to debut several releases throughout the remainder of 2023.
Founded in 2013, Gamingtec provides fully bespoke turnkey gambling solutions for startup brands and established businesses in the industry. Their platform allows providers to enter new markets and expand their reach, with compliance at the forefront.
The deal follows Thunderkick’s recent signing with REEVO, a B2B aggregation platform, and signals an important period of growth for the provider as it prepares to ramp up activity in the second half of 2023.
Fredrik Ekholm, Head of Sales at Thunderkick commented: “Our partnership with Gamingtec is an exciting one that will allow us to reach even more players and markets than ever before.
“We’ve got an incredible collection of slots to our name already, and with several exciting releases in the pipeline for 2023 and beyond, we’re thrilled to be working alongside Gamingtec to bring them to an even wider audience.”
Andrei Beu, Commercial Director at Gamingtec added: “Thunderkick is a very exciting studio with an exemplary portfolio of games, so we’re honoured to assist in elevating them to new heights.
“We offer the very best solutions in the iGaming sector and pride ourselves on helping our clients grow to the next level – we can’t wait to work alongside Thunderkick and contribute to their journey!”
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