Hacksaw Gaming Announces Content Distribution Platform

Hacksaw Gaming, the online casino game developer, has announced that it is planning to release a proprietary content distribution platform.

The platform is expected to go live in the second quarter of this year. Named OpenRGS, it is designed to make it easier for independent studios to release titles by using Hacksaw Gaming’s technology and distribution network.

Studios that sign up to the platform will benefit from an accelerated route to market, enabling them to gain greater exposure. They will be able to benefit from Hacksaw Gaming’s expertise and while it may be a young company, it has quickly made a name for itself with games such as Chaos Crew, Wild West Showdown Wanted Dead or a Wild, and R.I.P. City since launching in 2019.

Last month Hacksaw Gaming gave its European presence a significant boost by signing a deal with StarCasino that brought its games to Italy. The deal followed a number of significant developments for the developer in the North American market.

The company was awarded a West Virginia license, which Marcus Cordes, the CEO, described as “the start of a significant expansion into the US”. Hacksaw Gaming has also recently received licenses in the Isle of Man and Romania.

The launch of our own content distribution platform represents another huge milestone for Hacksaw Gaming and will help put independent studios on the map. Integrations can often prove difficult, so we’re thrilled to offer our support and expertise in getting our partners’ games to market via OpenRGS.

Marcus CordesHacksaw Gaming CEO

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