London-listed Gaming Realms has expanded its licensing and revenue share agreement with GVC Holdings, enabling the operator to roll out Slingo Originals content worldwide.

GVC will offer Slingo Originals games across its portfolio of iGaming sites, as well as the new BlackJack X-Change title, which it will offer exclusively for six weeks.

The new agreement builds on an initial licensing deal that saw GVC distribute the Slingo Originals titles in the regulated New Jersey iGaming market.

"We are delighted to be extending our relationship with GVC Holdings, one of the world's largest sports betting and gaming groups," Gaming Realms chief executive Patrick Southon said.

"We believe that the Slingo game format has mass player appeal, so we are excited by the prospect of the game entering a number of new territories through the GVC partnership and gaining exposure to a large new player audience."

GVC chief product office Liron Snir added: "We constantly strive and are committed to providing our customers with innovative and creative gaming content.

"Slingo Originals has had great success since its roll out on our New Jersey network and we now look forward to offering this content to our customers worldwide, enhancing their player experience," Snir said.

Shares in Gaming Realms plc (AIM:GMR) were trading up 4.10 per cent at 8.07 pence per share in London Thursday morning.

Shares in GVC Holdings plc (LSE:GVC) were trading at 1,033.00 pence per share, 2.64 per cent below their 52-week high of 1,061.00 pence per share set on June 5th.