Gaming Realms plc has inked its first business-to-business licensing deals for its Slingo Original games portfolio.
The company said in a press statement Friday that having already received a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement in 2016, and following the success of its Slingo portfolio of games in the UK, it has signed agreements with several operators to bring its proprietary game library to the regulated New Jersey market via its own Remote Game Server (RGS).
The company noted that New Jersey’s online gambling market continues to show strong growth, with March a ‘record month’ for the state and Q1-2017 internet gaming revenues up 32 percent y-o-y to US$59 million (see previous InfoPowa reports).
The statement advised that Gaming Realms has entered into agreements to supply its games initially to Resorts Digital Gaming, Caesars Interactive Entertainment, and Pala Interactive and expects to launch in May.
Company chief executive Patrick Southon, said: “Having invested in the development of its unique Slingo Original games portfolio and its own distribution platform, Gaming Realms has an exciting opportunity to generate high margin B2B revenues in regulated markets, and we're delighted to have signed deals with some of the biggest gaming brands in the New Jersey market.”