Interblock takes first step into iGaming with Black Cow Technology

June 11, 2024
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This collaboration will focus on RNG table games.

Interblock Gaming has agreed a strategic partnership with Black Cow Technology, allowing it to make its first entry into the iGaming space. 

This deal will be focused on the development of RNG table games using Black Cow’s Open Gaming Architecture (OGA) to develop existing, as well as new, game concepts. 

Interblock will then be able to launch single-player RNG games using its own Remote Gaming Server (RGS) built by Black Cow and will look at exploring online multiplayer game concepts using Black Cow’s technology. 

Black Cow’s OGA features Single Player RGS, Jackpot Server and Multiplayer server. 

Interblock CEO John Connelly said: "We are excited to collaborate with Black Cow Technology as we expand into the iGaming space. 

"This partnership enables us to bring our innovative games to a wider audience, enhancing the gaming experience and setting new standards for quality and creativity in the industry. We're committed to delivering top-tier gaming solutions to players globally and can't wait to see the impact of this alliance." 

Black Cow Technology CEO Max Francis added: “The Open Game Architecture (OGA) solution has been designed to deliver unrivaled flexibility and control to our partners. We are thrilled to have joined forces with Interblock, and we are looking forward to seeing how they will combine their exceptional experience and awesome luxury casino games with the capabilities of our solutions.  

“Our technology has been out in the wild for more than a decade now and has proven itself time and time again to support our partners in pushing boundaries to bring new online gaming products and solutions to market. We can’t wait to see how Interblock will use our Single Player RGS, Jackpot and Multiplayer solutions, to drive innovation and change the game.” 

In a recent appearance on the Huddle, Connelly spoke about Interblock’s conversion to the online space, among many other topics. 


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