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Relax Gaming Advancing Its Powered By Network with DreamTech Gaming Content Deal

Relax Gaming Advancing Its Powered By Network with DreamTech Gaming Content Deal
Relax Gaming inks content deal with DreamTech Gaming

As revealed several days ago, one of the leading iGaming aggregators and online casino gaming content suppliers, the Relax Gaming company has just enriched its Powered By network with a brand-new partnership deal. The company’s officials revealed that the Powered By partner network by Relax Gaming will include an Asian-focused online casino games developer the DreamTech Gaming company.

Under the terms and conditions of this business deal between the two companies, the developer of online casino games will have access to Relax Gaming’s rich network of partners including some of the leading brands in the industry including online casino operators from Kindred Group, Mr Green, LeoVegas and Unibet brand. Moreover, the Asian-focused casino games developer will also add its games to Relax Gaming’s Powered By network.

Details About DreamTech Gaming

Founded several years ago in 2016, DreamTech Gaming is a successfully online casino content developer with a rather rapidly growing gaming library. Speaking of the company’s gaming library, it features a great selection of slot games that come with a unique gaming style and rather optimized gameplay to ensure the most thrilling online gaming sessions. As previously mentioned, DreamTech Gaming is focused on serving the core Asian markets while it also set its eyes on entering the thriving European gaming market.

Thanks to its business partnership deal with Relax Gaming, DreamTech Gaming can take further steps towards entering the European iGaming industry. After looking into the company’s gaming portfolio, we can conclude that DreamTech Gaming is genuinely focused on developing only the highest-quality, unique, and innovative games.

Some of the company’s flagship slot titles which will become available to the Power By network’s partners include Ice and Fire packed with magical winnings, Blood Wolf with great graphics and stunning animations, West Wild which takes players into the western wilderness and Sin City that follows three ruthless gangs as they are plotting a crime plan.

The company’s gaming library of slots features a handful of other highly interesting games including Secrets of the Pentagram which explores the world of power and magic, Mystical Stones that explores ancient civilizations, Witch Winnings that take players into the heart of the darkest forest, Fever Planet with a spaceship-inspired theme, Battle of Red Cliffs that revolve around the Three Kingdoms’ heroes and Tales of Wusong and Wealthy God Arriving which are both Chinese-themed releases. Other Chinese-themed releases crafted by DreamTech Gaming include Tales of White Snake, Shogun, and Big Red.

Relax Gaming Inking a Number of Commercial Agreements

The brand-new business cooperation between Relax Gaming and DreamTech Gaming will not only help the Asian-focused developer with entering the European iGaming market, but it will also help the Malta-based company’s Power By network to grow further. Before this business deal, Relax Gaming has inked a number of other similar business deals and commercial agreements thanks to which its online casino suppliers that are part of the network can easily utilize all of the network’s gaming content, integration platforms and of course, other scalable technologies.

Commenting on the new business partnership, Chief Executive Officer for DreamTech Gaming Thomas Lu said that his company is extremely excited to be partnering with a rapidly growing iGaming powerhouse. Relax Gaming’s officials commented on the new business partnership by saying that DreamTech Gaming core values including offering the best player experience while delivering innovative games perfectly align with Relax Gaming’s business models and visions for the future.

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