Livespins unites with Relax Gaming in a major content deal
Livespins has announced that they have entered into a partnership with RELAX GAMING.
The deal will see the provider’s entire suite of proprietary games, plus those from the 70+ studios integrated into its Silver Bullet aggregation platform, be made available to some of the streamers in the business.
Livespins has amassed a growing roster of streamers who will now use Relax Gaming’s and studio partners’ content in their streams. This includes titles such as Temple Tumble, Money Train 2, and Banana Town.
The Livespins platform provides engagement and interaction by allowing players to join in with the action and bet behind the streamer. This creates a group bet and a shared experience on the same spin but with each player able to choose the bet amount and number of spins.
Social interaction is also delivered through players being able to chat with the streamer and each other throughout, and by also adding reactions to the action taking place across the reels.
“Relax Gaming is one of the biggest content providers and aggregators in the business and this partnership provides our streamers with access to hundreds of the most popular online slots in the market,” said Livespins CCO Michael Pedersen. “Quality content is a key component to any successful stream and by combining slots from Relax Gaming and its studio partners with our innovative platform and superstar streamers, we have the factors in place to provide an entertaining and thrilling player experience.
“Livespins is here to provide an entirely new way for players to experience online casino and we look forward to working closely with Relax Gaming and other studio partners as we continue to disrupt the status quo.”
Relax Gaming CCO Nadiya Attard added: “Streaming is fast becoming a significant channel for players to access and experience online casino and in Livespins we have a partner that is at the cutting edge of this space. It is great to see our titles and those of our Silver Bullet partners line up in the Livespins portfolio and for its streamers to be using these games in their broadcasts to players.”