Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has signed a deal with gaming software provider 1X2 Network as part of its Powered By Relax partnership programme.
The agreement will give Relax and its growing distribution network access to 1X2 Network’s casino content portfolio, including games by its popular new brand Iron Dog Studio, which is behind creative, high-performing titles like Rainbow Wilds™ and 1 Million Megaways™ BC.
Additionally, operators will be able to offer players their own version of Branded Megaways™ which was recently crowned Game of the Year at the EGR Operator Awards 2020.
As a Powered By Relax platform-to-platform partner, 1X2 Network will gain access to the supplier’s wide network of operators and also benefit from unrivalled speed-to-market, together with complete commercial independence.
The agreement comes as Relax continues to exceed growth targets, having successfully executed an ambitious expansion strategy over the last 24 months in which it has partnered with the industry’s biggest online casino brands.
Simon Hammon, Relax Gaming CPO, said: “1X2 Network and its Iron Dog Studio brand boast a collection of games that have made a real impact on the market and will be a strong addition to our platform offering.
“We pride ourselves on delivering technical excellence with an innovative approach, so to complete the integration seamlessly and in record time is a clear indicator that this partnership has huge potential.”
Kevin Reid, CCO from 1X2 Network, said: “The scale of this integration would normally make it a complex process but with Relax it was quick and flawless from start to finish.
“This deal both raises our profile among top-tier operators and expands our geographical reach, making this a partnership that has great strategic value for our company.”
Relax Gaming is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, having grown to be a leading provider of casino content to tier one casinos. Its platform offers over 1500 casino games, including both in-house and third-party developed titles.