Blazesoft signs deal to add three new partners via Relax Gaming program

January 9, 2024
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The North American supplier will give its players access to additional slot and casino-style titles.

Blazesoft has gained three new European partners, Print Studios, Max Win Gaming and 4ThePlayer. They will collaborate to “bring a fresh line of casino-style games to its free-to-play platforms.”

Per the terms of the deal, the Blazesoft brands will be able to utilize slot and casino-style genre games through its latest partners. Its player base will have access to these platforms, which are powered by Relax Gaming’s Silver-Bullet program.

Blazesoft Head of Strategic Partnerships and Marketing Yuliya Ivanisova said the company is eager to collaborate with Print Studios, Max Win Gaming and 4ThePlayer.

Ivanisova commented, "We are excited at the impact that the partnerships via Relax's Silver Bullet program will have on the growth of all Blazesoft brands. 

“This strategic partnership with Relax Gaming will help boost our game selection even more and strengthen Blazesoft's position as the fastest-growing multi-brand operator in the North American social gaming industry."

Relax Gaming Chief Product Officer Shelley Hannah echoed similar sentiments and said forming these relationships falls in line with the company’s goals.

She said, "We are delighted to be able to see new partnerships develop via our Silver Bullet program, and this was exactly what we had hoped for when we first conceived the idea.

“Bringing such forward-thinking brands such as Print Studios, Max Win Gaming and 4ThePlayer to Blazesoft is sure to create an incredibly varied portfolio of content for players to enjoy."

Blazesoft is a North American social gaming company behind the Fortune Coins Casino, Zula Casino and Sportzino brands.


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