UK-based games developer Betdigital has signed a deal to launch four classic slots across multiple channels for William Hill using GECO Gaming’s remote gaming server (RGS).

The deal will initially see Betdigital titles including Blazing 7’s and Giant Gems launched across retail, desktop and mobile, with William Hill customers to gain access to the supplier’s best content through the RGS.

Launched in December last year, the GECO RGS is designed to give developers multiple distribution points through a single integration to ensure speed and efficiency.

Betdigital chief executive Heath Samples said the deal with William Hill was proof that his company’s proprietary slot content was “of the highest quality.”

“Our integration and game creation skills in the omni-channel market sets us out from the crowd as the company continues to grow rapidly.”

“We have commissioned four slots with Betdigital, all of which will be launched across retail, desktop and mobile,” William Hill’s gaming development manager Will Mathieson commented. “It is a great pleasure to work with the team who are efficient, dedicated and take great pride in their work.”

GECO chief executive Mark Paling said of the integration: “GECO has been created by Developers for Developers, we know the problems and pitfalls of getting games live, so we have gone all out to provide a one stop solution that works better for all parties." 

William Hill signed a deal with GECO in March this year to take delivery of third party content through the supplier’s RGS.


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