Malta.- June 07, 2022 www.zonadeazar.com Kalamba Games has signed a partnership to deliver its portfolio of high-quality slot titles to tier-one operator LeoVegas across numerous markets.
Signalling a major boost to Kalamba Games’ reach across regulated European regions, LeoVegas’ core market is the Nordics while it also has a strong profile in the UK. The operator enjoys a growing presence in additional countries across the continent as well as in Latin America.
As a result of the deal, Kalamba Games will deliver player-favourite titles such as Blazing Bull and the popular Joker series of games, along with recent hit releases Super Size Atlas and Legend of Senteng.
Kalamba Games has become one of the fastest-growing content and technology providers in the industry in recent years, developing its own RGS, Bullseye, analytics platform, Stargazer, and a range of promotional tools on top of its commercially successful slot releases.
Partnering with LeoVegas, a multi-award-winning operator, demonstrates the latest step in Kalamba’s growth strategy as it establishes itself in key territories like Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands. The company continues to introduce its content and services to a growing number of clients across regulated markets.
Andrew Crosby, Chief Commercial Officer at Kalamba Games, said: “Delivering our slot titles to a prestigious and well-known casino like LeoVegas is a testament to our rapid growth in recent years. Its reputation as the go-to mobile-focused casino for players globally, represents a true growth opportunity for our games to be played by many new customers.
“We are pleased with this new partnership and excited to see the reception our games receive from LeoVegas’ customers.”
Steve Cutler, CEO and Co-Founder at Kalamba Games, said: “Delivering to players the widest variety of high-quality entertainment and cutting-edge technology is a key goal within our growth strategy at Kalamba. This latest partnership will help deliver and exceed this ambition as we move to the next phase of the Kalamba journey.”