EveryMatrix has announced the latest expansion of the CasinoEngine games library by integrating content from German development studio Hölle Games.
This will see operators targeting the regulated German market gain access to the country specific Hölle Games’ video slots, which the studio says have been developed to specifically appeal to players in this jurisdiction.
The firm, whose games such as Fruits, Bells XL and Ring the Wild Bell are based upon classic themes, has also developed a “unique game mechanic” titled ‘Bonus Spin’, which aims to counter the proposed German turnover taxation.
“I am very happy and proud to be able to partner up with EveryMatrix,” Robert Lenzhofer, CEO & Co-Founder of Hölle Games, said of the collaboration.
“We will focus the partnership initially on the German market and we’ll expand into further key markets where our games have a natural appeal, later in the year.
“I have been in the industry for around 20 years and it’s incredible to see how EveryMatrix has evolved and grown over the past decade especially.”
The EveryMatrix igaming integration platform enables online casino operators to select from over 11,500 games from more than 175 top content providers, and offers in excess of 450 local and global jackpots.
Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO at EveryMatrix, said of the group’s latest deal: “Hölle Games is the perfect addition to our casino library, helping us expand it with high-quality, market-focused content, developed with a player-centric approach.
“Their team has a solid industry experience that gives each game the potential to become a hit in the markets they target.”
Earlier this month, EveryMatrix detailed its first igaming development investment in the United States via the Armadillo Studios game studio, which will be based at the company’s headquarters in Miami.
After launching Spearhead Studios and RGS Matrix in 2020, and investing in Lady Luck Games earlier this year, Armadillo Studios becomes EveryMatrix’s third significant investment in games development.
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