Evoplay Notches Up Latest Malta Agreement with GiG
Game development studio Evoplay has continued its impressive growth trajectory in Europe, in its latest landmark content agreement with Malta-facing provider, Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (GiG).
The new partnership marks a significant milestone for GiG, as it takes an impressive selection of games from the supplier’s portfolio live with its audience across Malta-regulated markets.
Founded in 2012, GiG is a prominent technology platform that supports a number of renowned iGaming operators with industry-leading solutions, products and services.
Under the agreement, 62 games, including 52 highly immersive video slots and 10 entertainment-first instant games from Evoplay’s popular offering will be available to GiG’s player base.
This now marks the second major deal where Evoplay’s major games such as Temple of Dead, Fruit Super Nova 100, Cycle of Luck, Gold of Sirens, and Ellen’s Fortune have become available across Malta- licensed jurisdictions.
Compliant in a number of key markets with a global network of operator partners, the alliance will allow GiG to strengthen its localised offering and supply Evoplay with an entirely new audience.
Commenting on the agreement, Vladimir Malakchi, CCO at Evoplay, said: “Establishing a relationship with GiG is a massive win for our brand as we continue our mission of European domination. It’s been an amazing journey for our team so far this year, and in many ways, we’re only just getting started.
“We pride ourselves on delivering the very best content on the market and securing content deals of this nature only reinforces our desire to develop them. We’re sure this will be the start of a fantastic partnership.
Rebecca Attard, Business Development Specialist at GiG, said: “We are thrilled to go live with such a recognisable brand as Evoplay, and couldn’t be happier to serve its renowned iGaming products to our players.
“It’s fantastic for our business to establish such a long-term, fruitful partnership with the development studio, and we look forward to seeing it bear fruit in the near future.”