Galaxy Gaming inks iGaming content licensing agreement with Konquer

September 8, 2023

The partnership will bring with it the release of four new titles to the North American market.

Galaxy Gaming has signed a licensing deal with Konquer to build and distribute four new titles to the US market. The Las Vegas-based independent casino table games and technology company will give North American players access to Daredevil Poker, Emperor’s Challenge Exposed, High Card Flush and High Hand Blackjack.

Galaxy Gaming President and CEO Todd Cravens noted that these titles will debut live online for the first time for North American players and said the company is eager to collaborate with Konquer.

He commented, “We’re delighted to see some of our most exciting titles and progressives be developed for the North American iGaming market by the Konquer team.

“This is the first time Daredevil, Emperor’s Challenge Exposed, and High Card Flush will be live online, and we can’t wait to engage and delight players with this proven content.”

Konquer was co-founded by its CEO Ashford Kneitel and CTO Aditya Singh. The company specializes in developing innovative games with clear rules, focusing on engaging players.

Ashford expressed the company’s excitement to partner with Galaxy Gaming by saying, “Galaxy Gaming has some of the most valuable games in casinos worldwide. We’re honored they trusted us to bring them online.”

In other Galaxy Gaming new, the company recently signed an agreement with The Talisman Group LLC to gain exclusive distribution rights throughout the US, Canada and the UK for EZ Baccarat. The deal will take effect September 9.

EZ Baccarat was developed by Talisman Group’s Robin Powell and Francisco “TJ” Tejeda. Since its creation, the no-commission baccarat game has been installed in more than 140 casinos around the world.


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