Relax Gaming expands in Denmark with Tivoli
Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has partnered with the leading Danish online casino operator and amusement park company, Tivoli.
The brand, owned by Danske Spil, has been an established player across the Danish market since 2012 – and is set to enjoy Relax’s full-service platform and catalogue of games.
Under the agreement, Tivoli will benefit from the supplier’s range of proprietary titles such as Book of 99, award-winning Money Train 2 and Top Dawg$.
Content from hand-picked Silver Bullet and Powered by Relax partners will also be available to Tivoli, including innovative studios such as Kalamaba Games, 4theplayer and ReelPlay.
Relax has continued to establish itself as one of the Nordic region’s favourite casino suppliers, with its win at the EGR Nordics 2021 awards as Casino Content Supplier testament to its unique industry approach.
As well as a host of commercial deals signed in recent months, Relax has also firmly cemented its position in Sweden, with the launch of its own gaming development studio in Stockholm – signalling its long-term intentions for the region.
Commenting on the deal, Daniel Eskola, CCO at Relax said: “As our recent activity in the Nordics has shown, this region is strategically important to us and it is great to see this momentum continue thanks to our partnership with Tivoli.
“The brand is very highly regarded in Demark, so it’s great to sign a deal that will improve our footprint so significantly in the country.”
Morten Olesen, Platform and Game Development Manager at Tivoli said: “We work to an incredibly high standard at Tivoli, so naturally we wanted a partner with a similar work ethic. We are more than confident that Relax will live up to its reputation and deliver on this.
“The company offers a wide variety of high-quality products and we are delighted to be working with them.”
Established as one of the industry’s leading aggregators, Relax provides more than 2,000 online casino games, from its high performing proprietary slots to a significant, varied library of content from hand-picked third-party studios via its partnership programmes.