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Realistic Games partners with Kindred Group

8 Dec 2016

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Award-winning casino content supplier Realistic Games has signed a deal to supply its games to leading operator Kindred Group, parent company of brands including Unibet Casino and Maria Casino.

The deal will see the operator bolster its customer offering with the supplier's market-leading table games, as well as their diverse portfolio of slots.

The roll-out includes Realistic's recent releases, such as Fireworks and Crystal Clear, and proven revenue generators like Super Graphics Upside Down and Sunset Reels.

Realistic Games CEO, Andy Harris, believes the agreement will provide a great opportunity for both parties.

He added: "We think it will significantly strengthen Kindred Group's arm in the U.K. with content that has been consistently popular among British players, and for us it's a fantastic chance to showcase our games to large new audiences in the Nordics and beyond.

"We're very confident the players will love the content and will get a lot of enjoyment out of it, whether they chose to play the games on their desktop, phone, or tablet devices."

Fredrik Kjell, Head of Gaming at Kindred Group, added: "Realistic Games have built a formidable reputation on designing and developing some of the best games on the market.

"We're very happy to bring these games to our players and are looking forward to them supporting our continued growth in the U.K. and other key markets."

Realistic Games has a track record of producing many successful titles. Its Fireworks slot was nominated for Game of the Year at November's EGR Operator Awards.

The company now supplies games to many of the world's leading operators. They also recently produced their first truly multi-channel game, The Fruit Machine, which went live across desktop, mobile, and land-based machines.
 
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