G Games continues to work with Light & Wonder
Light & Wonder is known for many things, but one of the biggest achievements in the company is easily the OpeningGaming platform. This platform hosts dozens of slot developers and allows them to reach an even bigger audience by providing the tools to create an unrivalled player experience.
The London-based slot developer, G Games, has announced that it has signed a four-year deal with Light & Wonder to join the OpenGaming platform. This will give Light & Wonder access to the growing G catalogue.
What will this partnership involve?
Evidently, this move will enable the supplier to enter new markets as Light & Wonder continues to expand its reach. This renewal deal will secure Light & Wonder's access to existing and future releases enhancing the OpenGaming platform.
The OpenGaming system delivers more than 3,500 games from a global network involving in-house and third-party game studios with an easy integration that is secure. All the games are supported with a range of responsible gambling tools to deliver a safe experience to players.
"Great news for our partners," says Light & Wonder
Steve Mayes, Digital Partnerships Director at Light & Wonder, said: “G Games has built a deserved reputation for building games that are highly polished and packed with features, performing strongly on our OpenGaming platform.”
“The extension of our partnership is great news for our partners, particularly given the exciting plans the studio has in place to provide multi-player content of the sort the industry is crying out for.”
"Built a strong relationship," says G Games
Helen Walton, CCO of G Games, said: “Light & Wonder were one of our earliest supporters and since those early days, we have built a strong relationship. Its OpenGaming platform has helped to deliver our content to operators and players all over the world.”
She concluded: “The new long-term agreement provides us with a strong footing to continue rolling out a wide range of innovative, engaging content to multiple markets through the world’s biggest gaming brands.”