A round-up of the latest news from industry suppliers including updates from Pragmatic Play, NetEnt and Kalamba Games
QTech Games strikes Patagonia Entertainment content deal
Asian games distributor QTech Games has bolstered its position in the LatAm market after partnering with Patagonia Entertainment.
The deal means worldwide operators powered by the QTech Games platform will gain access to a range of titles from Patagonia’s catalogue of content including bingo, casino and board games.
As part of the agreement, the Pachinko series is being integrated for QTech partners, alongside titles such as Candy Bingo and Super Zodiac Bingo.
QTech Games CCO Staffan Cnattingius said: “The combined power of this content will deliver a welcome shot in the arm for our global operator partners.”
Sisal signs up for SOCCERBET with Highlight Games
London-based video virtual sports supplier Highlight Games today announced that its SOCCERBET product is now live with Italian operator Sisal.
SOCCERBET will be available in 500 venues across the Sisal retail estate and will soon become available to online and mobile customers in Italy.
SOCCERBET games are based on Highlight Games’ exclusively licensed and ADM-approved virtual football product, which features real archive footage from the Serie A Italian football league.
Highlight Games CEO Tim Green said: “This premium game has already proven to be a number one performing virtual sports product where it is live in Italy.”
ORYX Gaming strengthens partner network with OMO Gaming
ORYX Gaming, a Bragg Gaming Group company, has signed a new content provider agreement with Swedish games studio OMI Gaming.
OMI is a developer of mobile and multi-platform casino games, based in Stockholm and the deal will see its proprietary games made available on the ORYX aggregator platform.
Its titles feature original maths models and are geared towards new concepts and an “innovative, player-friendly” user experience in different markets.
ORYX Gaming CEO Matevz Mazij said: “OMI has a proven track record of delivering engaging game play, unique multiplier features and combinations that drive profits and commercial success.”
Pragmatic Play unveils Caishen’s Cash slot
Video slots provider Pragmatic Play is wishing players good fortune with its latest slots release, the Chinese folklore-themed Caishen’s Cash.
The 5×3 video slot features hoards of coins littering the sides of the reels and an oriental soundtrack adding an immersive feel to the game.
Caishen’s Cash also features a Jackpot Bonus game, where players pick coins to reveal jackpots, and players have to match three to win.
Pragmatic Play CCO Melissa Summerfield said: “With gold coins filling the reels, the Chinese God of Wealth offers both excitement and the potential for big prizes.”
Kalamba Games launches Doctor Electro slots title
Kalamba Games’ latest slot Doctor Electro amps up the excitement with an expanding reel offering players the chance to unlock “electrifying” wins.
Starring the eccentric character Doctor Electro, the game sees the return of the player favourite HyperBonus feature that presents slot fans with a shortcut to free spins rounds.
Doctor Electro is exclusively distributed on the Relax Gaming platform via its Silver Bullet partner program and is available to leading casino operators.
Alex Cohen, COO and co-founder of Kalamba Games, said: “Doctor Electro introduces a unique layer of player engagement with column expansion collection and our new HyperSpins feature.”
NetEnt releases Arcane Reel Chaos game
NetEnt’s latest release, Arcane Reel Chaos, is a 5-reel, 3-row, 20-line video slot where four fearless friends set out to protect their city from the wicked Deep Pockets.
The heroes – Flare, Chronos, Zero.x and Psyop – bring their unique super powers to the reels to grant players stacked wilds, multipliers, multiplying re-spins and overlay wilds.
Every time the bald baddie is beaten by one of the fearless foursome, a bet line multiplier increases, giving up to four times the bet line win.
“Arcane Reel Chaos combines a proven, player-favourite math model with rich, comic-like graphics and a compelling superhero storyline,” said Bryan Upton, NetEnt’s director of games.