Pocket Games Software Partners With Leander Games

Published Wednesday, November 01, 2017 - Online-Casinos.com
Pocket Games Software Partners With Leander Games

Independent gaming company Leander Games has been expanding its horizons lately with partnership deals such as the one made in London a few weeks ago with ‘Live 5’ which signed on as ‘Strategic Gaming Partner.’ Live 5 Gaming is a UK-based independent developer which provides a range of innovative slots and instant win products.

‘Live 5’ will utilize the Leander Games LeGa Remote Gaming Server (RGS) which has been developed with the latest technology for a fast, flexible and scalable platform. The platform runs with 30 languages and ISO 4217 currencies made possible by a team that has innovative concepts, creating top quality entertainment. It is licensed by both the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gaming Control Commission.

Now Leander Games has announced it is again partnering with a noted content provider Pocket Games Software. PG SOFT™ was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Malta. The team philosophy at Pocket Games Software is to disrupt the traditional slots industry. Leander will be offering a number of Pocket Games slot games on the Leander LeGa platform by next year.

Leander chief executive officer, Steven Matsell, said, “In a short space of time, Pocket Games has quickly established a reputation as one of the more innovative games developers out there; they bring a freshness to game play and their designs are top class,” “Signing up Pocket Games reinforces our ambition of bringing together the best and most innovative games on the same platform.”

Managing director and co-founder at Pocket Games Software, Ken Zhang, also commented, “We are super confident in the quality of our games and believe that slots players will take them to their hearts when they get the chance to play them.

“This is exactly the kind of deal we want whereby more operators and eventually players are exposed to our portfolio.”




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