Gibraltar-licensed supplier Realistic Games has agreed a deal to supply its content to, a mobile-focused casino owned by London-listed operator Gaming Realms.

Previously all games available through PocketFruity were developed by the company’s in-house team, and Realistic becomes the first third-party provider to integrate its games onto the site. It will launch a full portfolio of slot and table games including Super Graphics Upside Down and 6 Appeal.

The roll-out will be the first part of a broader partnership with Gaming Realms that will see Realistic’s content launched across all its brands, which include the bingo-focused, mobile-first Bingo Godz.

The supplier’s commercial director Andy Harris said that PocketFruity’s commercial success made Gaming Realms an especially attractive partner.

“Like Realistic Games, Gaming Realms has an excellent understanding of the industry and what is required to build effective commercial partnerships,” Harris explained. “That combined with the track record they’ve got of establishing a number of extremely successful online brands makes the deal very attractive.”

“We’re delighted we can now share our content with them, which has proved a real hit with both operators and players around the globe,” Harris added.

PocketFruity’s head of product and operations Paul Gielbert said the company was delighted to have agreed its first third-party provider deal with Realistic.

“Their excellent slots and casino games will complement our existing suite of proprietary games,” Gielbert added. “We are looking forward to an exciting and fruitful relationship with them.”

The deal further strengthens Realistic’s client base, with Gaming Realms joining the likes of William Hill, Betfred and Paddy Power as a customer.


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