Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has signed a deal to launch with Mr. Gold, a brand-new online casino operated by Miura Technologies.
Under the agreement, Mr. Gold will integrate with the supplier’s aggregation platform, which hosts an extensive portfolio of quality casino games as well as its top-performing proprietary titles such as Temple Tumble, Money Train and Snake Arena.
Leading content from Relax’s third-party studio partners will also be made available, providing the online casino with popular games from Big Time Gaming, STHLMGAMING, and Kalamba Games to name a few.
Launched by Miura Technologies in 2019 with a goal to provide the fastest and most flexible gaming experience in the industry, Mr. Gold is quickly establishing itself as a brand to watch in markets across the globe.
The partnership adds another fast-growing name to Relax Gaming’s client base, which has hit new levels of expansion in recent months as the company continues to sign a steady stream of commercial deals.
Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming's CCO, said: “Mr. Gold’s technology-driven approach to online gaming and its commitment to continually advancing the customer experience make it a fantastic brand to work with and one that will undoubtedly become a long-standing partner.
“We’re looking forward to supplying the online casino with some of the best content available in the industry as it continues to build momentum and attract new customers.”
Thomas Edlund, Mr. Gold’s CEO, said: "Integrating with Relax gives us access to a vast and diverse portfolio that will serve as a major advantage for us as we seek to boost our customer base and launch in new markets.
"Relax Gaming’s reliability and dedication to quality really shine through and we have already been impressed with the flexibility and speed of its platform.”
Relax Gaming provides customers with a portfolio of over 1000 casino games, including high-quality aggregated content from selected Silver Bullet and Powered By partners, together with innovative products from its in-house studios.