UK-based games developer Electracade will be supplying 150 plus games from both its own and parent company Openbet’s games library to Australian online gaming provider Eyecon in a worldwide distribution deal announced this week.
The games will be supplied for distribution on the Maroon gaming platform which allows casino operators to rapidly deploy games to online, mobile and land based customers.
The Eyecon-developed Maroon gaming platform is deployed by European and Asian operators and allows for the simple creation and distribution of games across a broad range of markets.
Mark Paling, CEO, Electracade said: “Eyecon’s presence and experience in both Europe and Asia represent a fantastic opportunity for Electracade to deliver our games into new markets. We look forward to a long term partnership with Eyecon, based on their ability to help us meet our goals”.
“Due to their popularity, Electracade’s game catalogue, including Chain Reactors, Sands of Fortune and Vegas Nights, are perfect for our customers and add tremendous value to our Maroon game distribution platform,” said Eyecon CEO Steve Woodgate.