Daub Alderney, a subsidiary of London-listed operator Stride Gaming, has struck a deal to take gaming content from Gibraltar-licensed casino games developer Realistic Games.

The agreement will see Realistic’s full suite of slots and table games rolled out for Daub Alderney sites such as Kitty Bingo, Lucky Pants Bingo and Spin and Win, across all channels.

Realistic’s latest releases, Chasing Rainbows, Colour of Money and The Great Pyramid, as well as its baccarat and side-bed game for its blackjack product, will be included in the launch.

The supplier’s commercial director Andy Harris said that his company’s content would be a perfect match for Daub Alderney’s brands.

“We’re delighted to agree a partnership with Daub Alderney who have an impressive track record of appealing to a wide range of gambling consumers,” he explained. "The diversity of our games is ideal for their brands, but we’re particularly looking forward to the performance of the slot games that were made specifically to appeal to bingo players.

“As a result, we’re confident the deal will quickly grow into one of our most important commercial relationships.”

Daub Alderney’s Christo Oosthuizen said that he welcomed the partnership with Realistic, saying that he looked forward to work with the supplier “at a very interesting stage” in the operator’s business.

“We feel we are an excellent partner for businesses like Realistic. Our first online bingo site, Kitty Bingo, was launched in 2012,” Oosthuizen explained. “Since launching Kitty Bingo, the group has experienced significant organic growth of its proprietary brands – which include Kitty Bingo, Lucky Pants Bingo, Spin and Win, Magical Vegas and Bingo Extra.”

Daub Alderney entered the UK market through the launch of Spin and Win Casino and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stride Gaming, founded by Eitan Boyd and Darren Sims - both of whom have extensive online bingo gaming experience having sold both Globalcom (now the Dragonfish platform) and Wink Bingo to 888.

 

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