Relax Gaming teams up with brand-new operator Casino Days
Relax Gaming teams up with brand-new operator Casino Days
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Relax Gaming, igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has joined forces with Casino Days to launch its extensive portfolio with the young online casino brand.

 The supplier’s collection of in-house games will be among the first titles to go live, including popular slots Temple Tumble and Money Train, as well as recent strong performers Snake Area and Hellcatraz.

 Relax’s vast library of third-party studio games will also be made available, providing the operator with aggregated content from innovative brands such as ReelPlay, 4ThePlayer and Fantasma Games.

 As a brand-new name in the industry, the Gibraltar based Casino Days adds another up-and-coming online casino to Relax’s fast-growing client base, which has grown significantly in recent months with major deals signed across Europe.

 Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CCO, said: “It’s exciting to be a part of Casino Days journey and see them make a strong start in the sector with a quality online casino offering that cuts above the competition.

 “This partnership underlines the appeal of our platform among upcoming brands as well as established operators, offering flexibility and rapid integration to help new market entrants get up and running seamlessly with must-have content.”

 Ross Parkhill MD at Rhino Entertainment, said: “Our goal is to make sure provides players with great entertainment and a personalised experience. Content is a massive part of this for us and adding Relax’s portfolio of premium and localised content will help us in that mission.”

“We expect this collaboration will serve to be hugely beneficial as we look to grow our brand in various markets, and I look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

 Relax Gaming is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, marking a decade of service to the industry’s leading online casinos. It now offers its partners a portfolio of over 1000 proprietary and third-party studio games through a single integration process.