The companies have announced a deal that will see GMW distribute WeAreCasino’s titles in Asia.
Macau.- GMW Global, a leading Asian games developer and provider, has announced a distribution deal with European developer and aggregator WeAreCasino.
The Global company, born on the casino floor, produced over 300 slot titles enjoyed by players all around the world and have proven to be top earners for operators creating unique games and robust platforms since 2002. The company will distribute the full collection of slot and video bingo titles developed by WeAreCasino in Asia .
The company will also provide to WeAreCasino clients easy access to its four generations of Slot machine platforms, Facebook Social Gaming Applications, Windows Download Application, Flash, Html5 and recently Native Mobile Applications for Android and iOS.
Diego Verano, Account Manager at GMW Asia, commented: “GMW has been developing Casino Slot games for more than 16 years. Through the years we have developed for the brick n mortar casino market. The brick n mortar slot market is the most demanding and unforgiving, we have a proven track record of high performing games on the casino floors across the Americas.
“GMW has developed more than 300 unique game titles over the years to a variety of gaming platforms. We are proud to announce our integration with WeAreCasino, proving them with 44 game titles in HTML. GMW believes that we’ll be adding value to WeAreCasino’s content offering. GMW is committed to providing WeAreCasino with excellent quality service and support to ensure a successful partnership.”
Christian Maglia, CCO at WeAreCasino said: “I’m extremely proud that our content will be distributed in Asia by such an important and well recognised partner like GMW Asia. The fresh design and features rich slot games we developed makes me confident we are going to receive the success our products deserve to.”
Marko Jelen, Director Sales at WeAreCasino, added: “I’m really excited about the deal we closed with GMW Asia. They chose us as a worldwide distributor of their content of more than 300 game titles. I’m pretty sure that the games coming up from land-based cabinets in Latam and Asia will get the same appeal also on all other markets including Europe and the Middle East.”