Realistic Games, an established provider of casino content, has secured a deal with Lottoland to launch its slots, table games, and instant win titles via the same brand. This will enable the company to further extend its presence in the European continent.
Based on the new agreement, a selection of games from the Realistic portfolio, such as the Game Changer series and Electrocoin titles, will be available to Lottoland customers, including the classic releases, Realistic Roulette and Super Graphics Upside Down. Moreover, the games will be accessible via the games, bingo, and instant win tabs across main UK sites.
Meanwhile, Realistic continues to push boundaries in the industry by releasing some of the best games, such as Game Changer and Bar-X.
What Was Said
Speaking on the new deal, Commercial Director at Realistic Games, Robert Lee, said:
“Given Lottoland’s established and growing customer base in the UK, Swedish and German markets, this partnership is a significant step forward that will further cement our footprint.
“From high volatility slots that appeal to traditional enthusiasts to quick-fire instant win games for more casual players, our portfolio has something for everyone and will therefore make a strong addition to Lottoland’s offering.”
CEO of Lottoland, Nigel Birrell said:
“Our ideal supplier partner is one that not only can bring something new to our platform but also complements our core lottery product. Realistic fits that bill perfectly.
“The variety of content they offer is exactly what we need to meet the demands of our diverse, growing player base and attract new audiences. We look forward to taking their portfolio to live to our customers.”
Realistic Games is a top-tier provider of casino titles, established in 2002. Its company consists of people who have a wide experience in the sector while working in different positions such as operators and machine designers. It partners with some of the leading companies in the industry, such as Bet365, Ladbrokes, Bet Victor, Bet Fred, Stan James, and SportingBet. The provider holds the license from the UK Gambling Commission.
“Realistic Games expands in Europe with Lottoland deal”, realisticgames.co.uk, January 11, 2020.