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Hub88 and Apparat Gaming ink content integration deal

Platform provider Hub88 has forged a new partnership with German developer Apparat Gaming to expand its content offering.

Their agreement will see Hub88 host Apparat’s full portfolio of games on its platform, such as four of the developer’s introductory releases: Pharaoh Princess, Fruit Storm, Total Eclipse and 40 Seven.

Earlier this month, venture capital firm and Hub88’s parent group, Yolo Investments, acquired a stake in Apparat.

Naturally, this paved the way for a collaboration between the developer and platform provider, facilitating their recent partnership.

Jose Micallef, Managing Director at Hub88, said: “It was a natural progression to have Apparat Gaming’s titles integrated onto our platform. They offer a fresh and exciting list of titles which will attract a wide demographic of players.

“Their games’ portfolio will definitely enrich our offering to our network of operators. We are sure Apparat Gaming will reach new horizons with Hub88.”

Apparat, meanwhile, is hoping to further its B2B-focused ambitions through this deal as more operators will have access to its content.

To this end, Apparat has struck multiple deals in recent months, including one with United Remote on 1 July and before that, one with Relax Gaming in late June.

“We’re delighted to have reached an agreement with Hub88, an impressive platform provider which produces great results,” said Thomas Wendt, Apparat Gaming Co-Founder and Director.

“Thanks to the company’s speedy integration process, we were able to get our games live so quickly. This partnership is a great boost to our ambitious growth plans, allowing us to introduce our content to more players and operators.” 

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