Online casino games developer Magnet Gaming has inked a supply deal that will see it utilize the Gameflex platform in order to provide its full portfolio to Isle of Man-based content aggregator Iforium.
The Danish firm stated that the agreement comes as Iforium bids to ‘further its growth in the industry’ and will encompass its full complement of online video slots including the recently-released Haunted House and Treasure Coast innovations as well as its more classic Gold Rush and Fish Tank titles.
Thomas Nielsen, Games Licensing Head for Aalborg-headquartered Magnet Gaming, declared that his firm is ‘always looking to push and grow’ before proclaiming that the deal with Iforium will assist its efforts in becoming ‘a force in the gaming industry’.
Established in 2014, Magnet Gaming explained that it holds licenses for a number of jurisdictions that allow for ‘direct integrations with operators’ while its HTML5 games are already available via the Quickfire platform from Microgaming, EveryMatrix Limited’s CasinoEngine innovation, the Open Gaming System invention from NYX Gaming Group Limited and iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform advance.
For his part, Phil Parry, Chief Executive Officer for Iforium, described the agreement with Magnet Gaming as ‘yet another important milestone for our platform’ that will allow online casino firms utilizing the Gameflex advance to ‘reap the benefits of adopting these new games’.
“The quality of the content from Magnet Gaming is clear and it’s been a pleasure dealing with its excellent team to ensure a swift integration,” read a statement from Parry.