Relax to distribute Silverback Gaming content

GAN and Relax Gaming have put pen to paper on new deal to distribute Silverback Gaming’s content. Silverback is a developer of online casino games and was acquired by aggregator GAN in December 2021.

This gave the California-based company exclusive global rights to the Bulgarian studio’s full portfolio of gaming content, which Relax will now bring to its partners across multiple regulated markets.

Among Silverback’s portfolio are titles such as Aztec Luck and Mystery Stacks, with the developer aiming to produce 50 new mobile-first online slot games in the next three years, and double its headcount by 2023.

“Our partnership with a premier B2B partner like GAN and the ability to leverage their proven technological platform and distribution network presents an incredible opportunity to scale our portfolio into the US market,” said Raph Di Guisto, Silverback Gaming’s Founder and CEO.

“In addition, marrying our resources and teams of engineers will expedite our ability to bring new and exciting games to players over the coming years.

“We are very pleased to continue our relationship with Relax Gaming to ensure the best scope of distribution for our existing and upcoming content.”

Relax now offers its partners more than 3,000 online casino games, from both its in-house studios and collection of aggregated content.

Relax Gaming’s Chief Product Officer Simon Hammon commented: “Relax Gaming is delighted to continue its partnership with both Silverback and now GAN as part of its continued drive to work with innovative and promising studios under our Silver Bullet program.

“Silverback has delivered popular content that shows true potential, and we are excited about the continuation of this successful partnership and Silverback Gaming’s packed roadmap.”

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