This week has seen Realistic's table games go live with William Hill, Pariplay partner Breakout Gaming and Quickfire integrate content from Lightning Box, as well a new partnership for Pragmatic Play and product launch from Betsoft Gaming.

Realistic Games

A range of table games from Realistic are now live with William Hill, including Blackjack, Roulette and side bets Perfect Pairs and 21+3.

The titles have been made available through NYX Gaming Group's Open Games System (OGS).

"We're delighted our table games are now live with William Hill and we are very confident that our attention to detail will be enjoyed by their customers," Realistic Games senior commercial manager Robert Lee said.

"Our goal has always been to recreate a life-like experience on desktop, mobile, and tablet in as genuine a way as we can. We know from the revenues that the games generate how effective this approach can be."

William Hill Commercial Gaming Director Graeme Powrie added: "Realistic's table games are proven performers and we’re very pleased to be able to offer them as part of our commitment to showcase a wide range of content."


iGaming solutions provider Pariplay is powering Breakout Gaming Casino, a new site operated by UK-licensed Breakout Gaming Group.

The partnership will see Pariplay deploy its SMTM platform and entire portfolio of slots and online scratchcards for the new site.

"Our sophisticated back-end igaming platform SMTM, combined with our cutting-edge games, allow operators to develop an unparalleled online casino offering," Pariplay managing director Adrian Bailey said. "Our technology and content will ensure that Breakout Gaming's new Breakout Casino establishes itself strongly in the online casino space and enjoys solid growth in Q4 2017 and into 2018."

"We're very excited about the new Breakout Casino launch," Breakout chief gaming officer Gian Perroni added. "We've been working closely with Pariplay to develop the Breakout Casino site for the past several months, and we couldn't be happier with the end result."


Australian slot developer Lightning Box has signed a distribution agreement with Microgaming's Quickfire open platform.

The three-year deal gives Quickfire clients access to Lightning Box's full portfolio of games, with the first title, Silver Lioness 4x, set to go live in February 2018.

"We're very pleased to have signed a deal for Quickfire because it's great to have another route to get even more of our unique Aussie content into the market," Lightning Box chief executive Peter Causley said.

Microgaming director of Quickfire Andrew Clucas described Lightning Box as a "fantastic addition" to the platform's development partner portfolio.

"[Their] games are enjoyed by land-based, social and online players around the world. It is great to have them on board," he said.

Pragmatic Play

Slot specialist Pragmatic Play is taking players to Sin City in its latest release, Vegas Nights.

The 3x5, 25-line slot is set against the backdrop of the Las Vegas Strip, with artwork featuring glittering showgirls, roulette wheels and luxury cars. It also features an Extra Wild chip that appears exclusively on the slot's fifth reel, stripping low-value symbols from the other reels for three Extra Wild Respins.

The iconic 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas' sign serves as the game's scatter symbol, with free spins mode triggered when three or more appear on the reels.

"We're proud to announce the launch of Vegas Nights, an engaging release that builds on our tradition of providing players with immersive and multi-layered games," Pragmatic Play head of business development Yossi Barzely said. "I am sure the game will prove a big hit with our players and operating partners alike, with its immersive graphics and unparalleled bonus features."

Betsoft Gaming

3D slot specialist Betsoft Gaming has launched a new vampire-themed video slot in time for Halloween.

Blood Eternal features six reels and thirty paylines, and sees players match vampires to their victims.

"We are confident that players will fall in love at first bite with Blood Eternal," said Dan Cooper, head of product development at Betsoft. "This exciting game is poised to capture a lot of important markets where vampire stories are popular, and it is well known that vampire popularity has claimed a cherished place for many demographics, across many cultures."

"We think the strong theme, coupled with the innovative bonus features, will make Blood Eternal a hit all year-round, but most especially during the Halloween season."