Gaming Realms Extends Licensing Partnership with King Show Games for iGaming Development

Gaming Realms, a prominent provider of mobile-focused gaming content, has announced the extension of its licensing partnership with King Show Games, paving the way for further development of successful titles in the iGaming and casino sectors.

The extended agreement between the two parties will enable Gaming Realms to continue producing Slingo versions of popular King Show Games slots.

The existing partnership has generated numerous well-received titles that merge Gaming Realms’ innovative Slingo concept with King Show Games’ recognizable themes, such as hit titles like Stinkin Rich Slingo and Lucky Larry’s Lobstermania Slingo.

Following the partnership extension, Gaming Realms has started developing its first Progressive Jackpot title, which will incorporate King Show Games’ popular Lobstermania brand. This game has achieved considerable success in various markets and across both iGaming and land-based sectors.

The deal aligns with Gaming Realms’ strategy of applying licensed IPs to its Slingo mechanic to deliver engaging and distinctive gameplay experiences.

Craig Falciglia, Director, Business Development at Gaming Realms said, “Extending our already successful partnership with King Show Games was a natural progression of our agreement, having already produced multiple hit games like Lucky Larry Lobstermania Slingo and Stinkin Rich Slingo.

“We are excited to begin developing additional content with the King Show Games team and we are confident players are equally enthusiastic to see an innovative Slingo version of some of King Show Games’ most popular slots.”

Bradley Berman, President at King Show Games added, “We are pleased to expand our already fruitful partnership with Gaming Realms to bring more of our successful game brands to players across the globe.

“This collaboration introduces new players to our game brands for the first time and also provides exciting new gameplay experiences for our existing fans.”

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