Dice Lab’s admittance to the Silver Bullet programme has been labelled ‘a crucial endorsement’ by Relax Gaming’s CEO, who believes this partnership has a key part to play in their efforts to revitalise the online gaming sector.
From its Malta headquarters, the business to business (B2B) content distributor has seen their platform grow from humble beginnings to its current status of host to more than 280 games. This growth is mostly due to their role as a major initiator of platform integrating deals with some of the online gaming industry elite.
Among their recent partnerships is Hacksaw Gaming, the provider of Mobile First, which brought on board a 26 scratch game portfolio. Other January signings include Gaming Innovation, an online casino and sports betting provider; and Kalamba Games, an international studio.
Simplifying iGaming content delivery has been Relax Gaming’s distribution mainstay in a B2B capacity since its inception in 2010. With their sights set on global outreach, the firm has rapidly undertaken recent expansion to accommodate this goal.
The company now holds multiple licences in jurisdictions that include the Malta Gaming Authority, UK Gambling Commission, Alderney Gambling Control and the Danish Gambling Authority.
Why The Partnership?
According to Dice Lab CEO Enrico Bradamante, the commercial structure of the Silver Bullet programme is crucial, as it provides an alternative for content providers in the gaming sector with its transparent and seamless integration.
SlotDice is an RNG retake of the famous dice game Yahtzee, making it a unique and innovative new way to play. Daniel Eskola, relax gaming CEO, said that his company was happy to be partnering with Dice Lab’s ingenuity.
Therefore, this new development holds plenty of promise for not only Dice Lab and Relax Gaming, but the online gambling world as a whole.