London-listed provider Nektan has agreed a deal to supply LeoVegas with a suite of its proprietary mobile games, with the Malta licensee becoming the first of its content licensing partners to go live with its games.

Nektan has integrated its Evolve remote gaming server into the LeoVegas casino platform, allowing it to launch content that has been designed specifically for mobile and tablet devices.

The supplier’s chief operating officer Matt Sunderland said he was delighted to become a content licensing partner with LeoVegas.

“LeoVegas is a leader in mobile casino gaming and we believe our games can help with their continuing growth,” Sunderland added.

Nektan said that the deal was a "significant milestone" for the business, as LeoVegas is the first content licensing partner to go live with Nektan games, which is a step towards a new and exciting part of its business.

“We are excited by the prospect of Nektan’s mobile games portfolio on our mobile casino,” LeoVegas chief executive Johan Styren commented. “At LeoVegas we take great pride in offering the broadest suite of quality mobile games in the world today.”

“Nektan is a very promising partner and will further accelerate LeoVegas fast growth on the UK market,” he added.

Nektan said that it would look to leverage its investment in the Evolve RGS and game studio roadmap to finalise new strategic content licensing partnerships in the coming months.

Shares in Nektan plc (AIM:NKTN) are currently trading at 190.00 pence per share in London this morning, a fall of 20 per cent from the placing price at its initial public offering earlier this month. 


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