A major provider in the fair games space has announced a new deal with SoftGamings.
Spribe, which has licenses to operate in more than 20 markets around the world, said that it had signed the agreement as part of a push to boost the games it offers.
The firm said that it had also done this as part of a push to provide better content.
Spribe has committed to bringing around four games to market every year.
Its games are available to be played on mobile and have been designed with that in mind.
It is possible to play the games on both iOS and Android devices.
Comments from senior figures
In a statement, a senior figure at Spribe said that the company was “delighted” to have paired up with SoftGamings.
David Natroshvili, who is the managing partner at the firm, said that it will mean that games will be made available to SoftGamings’ partners for the first time.
“We are delighted to have joined forces with SoftGamings and for our suite of games to be made available to its operator partners for the first time,” he said.
He added that the Aviator game will be a particular hit.
“In particular, our flagship Aviator will allow operators to stand out from the crowd with one of the most popular crash games in the market,” he said.
The firm’s product director added that SoftGamings was “the perfect partner”.
“As a relatively new studio we are always looking to increase the distribution of our games and in SoftGamings we have the perfect partner for this,” said Shalva Bukia.