Nolimit signs “game-changing” integration deal with Relax Gaming

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Nolimit City has secured a new deal to integrate its content to Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet casino platform.

[dropcap]A[/dropcap] new deal between online casino game developer, Nolimit City, and Relax Gaming has been heralded as “game-changing” by the Nolimit’s Chief Technology Officer, Jonas Tegman.

Nolimit’s latest deal will see the supplier integrate its content directly into Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet casino platform, which is used by more than 30 online casino operators including the likes of LeoVegas, MrGreen, Betsson and Unibet.

Jonas Tegman, Chief Technology Officer at Nolimit City, said: “This is a game-changing deal for us, and we are thrilled to have signed it. Relax work with the operators we want to supply our games to, and this is an effective and efficient way of doing it.

“They are a very strong partner, and share our approach to technology. Most game providers would prefer a direct integration with operators, but Relax has an excellent platform through which we’re very happy to supply operators. The integration is already underway, and our games will be live shortly.”

Following the platform-to-platform integration, operators will be able to access Nolimit titles such as Oktoberfest, Creepy Carnival, and Space Arcade.

Patrik Österåker, CEO at Relax Gaming, said: “We are really excited to be working with Nolimit City. Ever since we first sat down with Jonas and the team we knew we were dealing with true professionals with a deep knowledge of the online casino industry.

“Reaching an agreement to integrate their games into our platform was a no-brainer. We have been working hard to increase the scale and scope of the premium content we offer our prominent group of B2B partners, and Nolimit City fits the bill perfectly.”

The deal marks the fourth major launch for Nolimit City this year, having flicked the switch with Realm Entertainment to launch its games across the operator’s Bets10, CasinoMaxi and Casino Metropol casino brands.


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