Independent slots studio Thunderkick has signed a partnership with Alea, an award-winning casino game aggregator, to integrate its games into the service.
The deal will see the provider’s entire portfolio go live with Alea’s partnered operators, bringing acclaimed titles such as Bones & Bounty and Hot Potato to an expanded player base across the European, African and Latin American markets.
As part of the agreement, Thunderkick’s future content is also set to be integrated through the aggregator, with several exciting releases lined up for release in 2024.
The Barcelona-based Alea, founded in 2012, is an iGaming aggregator that offers over 10,000 games from esteemed providers to operators worldwide. Its expert technology and secure API allow casinos and players to enjoy a seamless and immersive gaming experience.
The signing is another notable development for Thunderkick, which has been on an impressive growth trajectory over the past 12 months after previously partnering with the likes of Gamingtec and REEVO. The provider has also continued to bolster its game portfolio with titles that have seen fantastic player engagement rates.
Fredrik Ekholm, Head of Sales at Thunderkick, commented: “Alea’s aggregator service allows us to provide our unforgettable, innovative gaming experience to even more players around the world, so we’re thrilled to have integrated our portfolio.
Our games this year have been embraced and enjoyed by more players than ever before, and we can’t wait to keep that progress going with Alea in 2024 and beyond. It’s been a swift, smooth process thus far, and we’re looking forward to what the future holds!”
Edu Verdaguer, Partnership Manager at Alea, added: “We’re delighted to be integrating Thunderkick’s stellar portfolio of fantastic slots into our collection of games, which has now reached over 10,000.
“Our API provides a one-stop modern solution for casinos in several key markets, and we’re excited to contribute to Thunderkick’s story and provide them with a whole host of new players across the globe.”