Apparat Gaming, the developer of slot games with a German accent, has added leading iGaming platform and sportsbook provider Gaming Innovation Group (GiG), yet another big-name, to its ever-growing list of partners.
The deal will see Apparat Gaming’s unique slots with a German accent be made available to players across the platform provider’s expansive number of operator partners.
Apparat has quickly become one of the most demanded game developers in regulated markets since its inception in August 2020 due to its German approach to development, with a focus on quality, engineering and providing plenty of Augenweide (eye candy) with absolutely no sense of humour(!) to ensure a superior player experience across its games.
This includes titles such as Total Eclipse, The Warlock’s Book, King of the Vikings, Pharaoh Princess, Black Book of Pirates, Heimdall’s Horn, Jack Potter & The Book of Dynasties and many more. The partnership also includes all of Apparat’s future slot releases like the recently published The Griffin (March 8) or the Easter seasonal Eggciting Fruits Hold & Spin, with a busy product roadmap set with at least one game per month for the coming months.
Martin Frindt, Chief Product Officer at Apparat Gaming, said: “It’s great to see that GiG understands our strengths, willing to add it to their portfolio to increase our international reach and visibility.
“Our slots really are unique. They combine our German accent with a deep knowledge about providing high quality entertainment to the players. We believe in the quality of our games and our partnerships and invest in both. Just as our German Accent makes us stand out, our quality approach should always be exceptional.”
Marcel Elfersy, Chief Commercial Officer at GiG, added: “We’re pleased to welcome Apparat to the extensive list of quality games providers on our iGaming platform. As our partners continue to expand in markets around the globe it is important for us to continue to provide the quality, expertise, and localised content our partners need to grow their brands.”