Vera&John Casino, known for their excellent variety of online casino games, has added new content to its platform, much to the delight of its players.
Slot games produced by the software supplier, Realistic Games, are now available at Vera&John Casino, including the recently launched Fireworks slot, as well as the Japanese anime themed game, Super Graphics Upside Down.
According to Realistic Games, new titles will be added to the online casino, helped by its integration with NYX Gaming Group's OGS distribution platform.
Players Seek Out New Casino Games
Vera&John Casino recognizes that players are always on the lookout for new content, and therefore makes a concerted effort to introduce new games on a regular basis.
The head of gaming at the online casino, Victor Olinger said: "Our players are always looking for new games and those produced by Realistic Games are proven performers on multiple channels."
"We're looking forward to working with Realistic, who share our vision of high quality, mobile-focused games, and are confident their slots will do well," he said.
Casino Games to Leading Suppliers
While this is the first time that Realistic Games supplies its titles to leading casino operators, it already has an established reputation with other brands. Recently, Realistic produced its first multi-channel game, the Fruit Machine, which is available on desktop, mobile and even in land-based gaming establishments.
The chief executive officer of Realistic Games, Andy Harris said that the group was pleased that Vera&John Casino players could now enjoy Realistic games for the first time, and he expected that they would be well received.
"We think they will help the casino with its growing international presence, as well as furthering our goal of expanding into a number of new markets, with Scandinavia being a particular focus," he said.
"We have earned an impressive reputation for supplying the UK-facing sportsbooks over the years, but deals like this show our content is in demand in different territories around the globe."