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Solid Gaming integrates slots from G Games for distribution in Asian markets

Solid Gaming, an Asia-based B2B aggregator owned by Libita Group – itself a subsidiary of Gamesys – has signed an agreement with G.Games to supply its online video slot titles to Asian markets.  

G.Games, a British studio, will see its video slots portfolio added to Solid Gaming’s online offering for Asian jurisdictions. 

The studio has produced several titles as part of its Deluxe suite, including Cheeky Fruits Deluxe, Clover Rainbow 6 Deluxe and Eastern Gold Deluxe. 

Other games produced by G.Games includes Elite of Evil – Portal of Gold, Vegans vs Vampires and Vomiting Unicorns. 

G.Games’ titles come from old-fashioned video games, with the gamer mechanics reinvented to befit a slot game. The studio also utilises “Power-Up” features in its reconstructed slots. 

Solid Gaming CCO Shaun Cowles said: “The Power-Ups are a feature not many providers offer, and it will challenge the outcome of the game at any stage, providing a new and different experience every time for the player. We look forward to seeing how players will receive this exciting new feature brought by G.Games.” 

The games studio’s core markets include the UK, Germany and Nordic regions. It has recently expanded its offering to the Eastern European and Latin American markets, and now, Asia.  

G.Games says its cooperation with Solid Gaming reinforces its strategy with Asia, as it continues its expansion into new regions.

Helen Walton, CCO at G.Games, added: “We are thrilled to partner with Solid Gaming who will introduce our games to new markets and operators. We look forward to a long and successful partnership together.” 

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