KGM Gaming inks casino games deal with Caesars in New Jersey3rd December 2013 9:08 am GMT
Seattle-based games manufacturer KGM Gaming, in partnership with US developer Spin Games, has finalised an agreement with Caesars Interactive to supply its remote gaming server (RGS) and a number of casino titles on the operator’s New Jersey-facing HarrahsCasino.com and CaesarsCasino.com brands.
KGM claims to be one of the few software suppliers to be able to launch mobile content that can be integrated to an existing gaming platform, allowing operators to quickly roll out games for smartphones.
The company’s president Jason Peters described the partnership with Caesars as “a natural fit,” saying that both companies had “approached online gaming with a start-up mentality that allows us to remain nimble and react quickly and aggressively to opportunities and challenges that arise through this process.”
Spin Games, which has also partnered with mobile specialists Probability and Cozy Games, established a deal with KGM in April this year to license content for use on its RGS platform. The company develops a range of casino titles in high-definition HTML5, for use on both mobile and desktop platforms.
Spin Games president Kent Young said of the Caesars deal: “We’re delighted to be providing leading edge technology and content, with stellar partners, for such a pioneering opportunity.”
Caesars Interactive currently works with two principal suppliers in New Jersey, using a poker solution supplied by 888 to power its WSOP.com offering, and launching its casino offering on Amaya Gaming’s platform.
Caesars Interactive vice president Geoffrey Steward said his company was “committed to providing the most diverse and highest-quality content to our players on CaesarsCasino.com and HarrahsCasino.com,” adding it was “an added benefit that we are able to work with a local US gaming company like KGM.”