AGS Partners with Relax Gaming

Slot manufacturer AGS announced an agreement with online gaming content supplier Relax Gaming to become distribution partners for each other’s content. AGS CEO David Lopez (l.) calls it “an important partnership.”

Malta-based online gaming company Relax Gaming and Las Vegas-based gaming supplier AGS announced an agreement to become distribution partners of each other’s content to global gaming operators.

Products from AGS and selected partners of the Las Vegas-based company will be made available to Relax Gaming’s online network. Similarly, AGS will add content from Relax Gaming to its video gaming machines for casinos.

In a joint statement, the companies said the partnership allows both platforms the opportunity to widen their distribution networks.

AGS CEO David Lopez said the agreement allows the company to build its presence in Europe.

“We are excited to be able to release our quality proprietary and aggregated content to Relax Gaming and, in turn, receive reciprocal, best-of-breed titles for our expanding operator base,” Lopez said. “This is an important partnership and we look forward to capitalizing on this opportunity.”

Relax Gaming CEO Daniel Eskola said the AGS game content will allow the company to increase its European product line.

“We’re taking great strides towards building one of the most comprehensive content networks, with a benchmark for quality and a fresh and dependable approach to delivery,” Eskola said.

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