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Gaming Realms inks Slingo licensing agreement with online gambling firm Betsson

Based in Sweden, Betsson holds gaming licences in twelve countries across Europe

Gaming Realms PLC - Gaming Realms inks Slingo licensing agreement with online gambling firm Betsson

Gaming Realms PLC (LON:GMR) has inked a licensing agreement with Swedish online gambling group Betsson for its Slingo game.

The mobile casino game developer said under the agreement it would launch Slingo games across Betsson’s global network of brands, which include Betsafe, NordicBet, CasinoEuro and Europebet.

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Gaming Realms added that the deal would further expand its international reach and consolidate its presence in the UK and Scandinavian markets, with the Slingo games to be distributed via its new partner, Relax Gaming.

"The agreement will not only bring our collection of Slingo games to new audiences internationally via Betsson's multitude of brands, but will also reinforce our existing presence in the UK and in particular Scandinavia, where there is a significant appetite for mobile gaming”, said Patrick Southon, Gaming Realms chief executive.

The news sent the shares spinning 3.9% higher to 6.4p in early deals on Wednesday.

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