Gaming Realms signs Licensing Agreement with Inspired Entertainment

Gaming Realms, a game developer listed in London, has announced that it has entered into a license agreement with Inspired Entertainment in which the parties will develop a new game under the Reel King brand.

Slingo Reel King is slated to hit the market early next year, joining the popular Slingo format from Gaming Realm and Inspired’s leading Reel King brand. Gaming Realms retains the exclusive worldwide distribution rights for the new game.

The agreement is part of a three-year sub-license agreement signed with Inspired earlier this year that led to the favorable release of Slingo Centurion.

Michael Buckley, interim chief executive officer and non-executive chairman of Gaming Realms, commented on the new agreement, saying that Reel King remains one of Inspired’s most popular and successful brands and they are delighted to work with them to bring something new to this company to bring favorite to players worldwide.

Buckley continued that after the successful launch of Slingo Centurion earlier this year, there is no doubt that the game will be well received by existing and new players.

Claire Osborne, vice president of Interactive at Inspired Entertainment, said they couldn’t be happier to extend their successful partnership with Gaming Realms.

Osborne also said that after taking over the Novomatic Gaming Technology Group (NTG) in October 2019, the Reel King brand is the jewel in their crown, and after Slingo Centurion’s success, they know that customers will love this new brand loyalty.

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