Gaming Realms and 4ThePlayer sign US distribution deal

The group expects to release the first game by November.
The group expects to release the first game by November.

4ThePlayer games will be integrated to Gaming Realms’ platform and distributed through its partners´network.

US.- Gaming Realms has partnered with 4ThePlayer, a mobile-first gambling games developer. According to the deal, the developer will be integrated to Gaming Realms network and distributed in the US.

By the end of November, the group expects to have integrated and released the first game, with the partnership set to deliver between four and five games in the US markets in 2022.

Gaming Realms’ executive chair Michael Buckley said: “We are very excited to be adding a new revenue line to our business by building a selection of’s games into our platform.

“Their portfolio of games complements Gaming Realms’ own Slingo content, and their decision to partner with us highlights the strength of our distribution network in the US.”

Given the conflicts of interest that could arise due to the agreement, and in accordance with the company’s corporate governance practices, Chris Ash will retire as a director of the company.

Buckley commented: “Chris joined the Board back in 2019 and has provided valuable guidance and strategic advice to the executive management, which has helped to scale our licensing business.

“Given Chris is a significant shareholder of 4ThePlayer, it is right that he steps down from the board of Gaming Realms in line with our good corporate governance practice.”

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