The Stockholm-based online casino platform and game developer Nolimit City revealed that it has reached a partnership agreement with one of the fastest-growing online gambling operators in Europe – Kindred Group, previously known as Unibet Group.
The Chief Technology Officer of Nolimit City, Jonas Tegman, described the partnership agreement as one of the milestones in the company’s way so far. He also explained that Kindred Group was one of the most suitable partners for the Stockholm-based gaming solutions supplier not only because it was one of the largest operators to date, but also due too the company’s enhanced and constantly growing presence in Europe.
According to Mr. Tegman, the reach to regulated European markets is a crucial part of Nolimit City’s development, and seeing the gaming solutions of the company go live with international brands such as Kindred Group, iGame, Maria casino, etc. came as an ultimate proof that the company had the right approach to becoming more popular in the iGaming and online casino market.
Under the terms of the agreement, the high-definition slots games offering of Nolimit City is to go live with the Kindred Group brands. This will make some of Nolimit City’s best-known titles, such as Oktoberfest, Sushi Mania, Space Arcade and Creepy Carnival, available to Kindred’s customers.
Nolimit City has all of its games being designed and developed in HTML5 platform. The company has been focused on providing excellent gaming experience through wonderful graphics and sounds as well as engaging gameplay. The Stockholm-based online casino platform is also aimed at attracting more customers to their products, so it is very much into content partnership deals with leading companies in the online casino and gaming arena.
The Head of Kindred Group’s Gaming division, Fredrik Kjell, confirmed of the partnership agreement, saying that everyone at the company was very much impressed by the high-quality and excellent gaming experience brought by the games of Nolimit City. He described the games additions as a great choice for the operator’s portfolio in terms of increasing the customers’ interest towards the company’s offerings.
Over the past few months Kindred Group has also been focused on expanding its reach among customers in the regulated European markets. The company has been aimed at making new additions to its gaming portfolio, inking partnership agreements with leading gaming software suppliers.
In February 2017, the company also made a £175.6-million acquisition bid for all current and future assets of 32Red. The acquisition offer for the Gibraltar-based gambling operator came as a proof that Kindred Group is looking for further expansion and consolidation of its positions in the market, and especially on the territory of the UK, Gibraltar and Italy. Product suite expansion has also been among the top priorities of Kindred lately.