Four Leaf Gaming Joins Relax Gaming Partnership Program
Relax Gaming, the content aggregator and developer, has announced a new Silver Bullet partnership with the slot studio Four Leaf Gaming.
Based on the Isle of Man and established this year, Four Leaf Gaming was created by John Quinn and Andy Hollis, who together have more than 20 years of experience in games and product development. Despite its youth, the company has released an exciting roadmap for 2022, which will be realized with the help of the new partnership.
The partnership is due to commence in March 2022, and it will give Four Leaf Gaming access to Relax Gaming’s tier-one operators and deliver better speed to market, allowing them the opportunity to engage a large audience as soon as their games are released.
The decision to join forces with Relax as a Silver Bullet partner was a straightforward one. The combination of their technical excellence and winning mindset matched our own, and together we have the formula to achieve great things. It’s fantastic to share our vision for building games that reward, engage, and deliver end-to-end excitement to the player. It’s an understatement to say we are excited to debut our first game on the Relax platform.
Simon Hammon, the Chief Product Officer at Relax Gaming, said that the company “can’t wait” to see the impact that Four Leaf Gaming’s titles will have on the industry with the help of the Silver Bullet partnership. He added, “Four Leaf clearly believe in putting the player first and crafting both rewarding and long-lasting entertainment experiences that deliver excitement in every spin.”
Relax Gaming already offers its partners a huge library of games through its aggregation platform, and the new deal will only serve to enhance this. This announcement follows a number of other partnerships Relax Gaming have secured through the last couple of months, including the deals with Booming Games and Spinmatic. In recognition of its impressive products, Relax recently won the award for Unique Gaming Company of the Year at the UK’s International Gaming Awards.