Comtrade Gaming, a leading gaming technology supplier announced a new deal with Arcadem, a fresh and innovative online casino games development company. Under the agreement, the tech supplier will power the studio with its gCore RGS technology.
Comtrade to Power Arcadem with RGS Tech
As per the deal, Arcadem will get its own version of Comtrade Gaming’s RGS hosted in the cloud, the two companies announced. This will help the studio streamline its creation process, helping it roll out more exciting games.
Comtrade Gaming RGS is a solution that allows the implementation and distribution of online, mobile and server-based gaming content. In addition, the cloud-based solution provides small game developers with the opportunity to access their own independent solution without worrying about the underlying tech they build their games on.
Comtrade Gaming’s gCore technology is currently licensed in many key regions, including the United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Malta, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, among others.
Comtrade Is Looking Forward to Helping Arcadem Make Games
Steven Valentine, Comtrade Gaming’s chief commercial officer, commented on the agreement and on his company’s RGS technology. He noted that it is currently in use by some of the biggest game providers in the world.
Valentine said that he is happy to welcome Arcadem as one of Comtrade Gaming’s newest partners and is looking forward to supporting it on its journey to create more best-in-class gaming titles. He is sure that the RGS tech will help the developer roll out more exciting games.
Our cloud hosted managed solution gives smaller game vendors access to their own independent solution whilst not having to worry about the underlying technology they build their games on.
Steven Valentine, CCO, Comtrade Gaming
Meanwhile, Phillip Douglas, Arcadem’s chief product officer, said that his company is thrilled to join forces with Comtrade Gaming. He said that his team is convinced that the gCore technology will provide the flexibility and speed Comtrade needs for its game development process. He added that Arcadem is looking forward to expanding its business and supplying content to more operators and aggregators across the globe.
Ultimately, as we begin to scale our business across the globe, this will aid us in rapidly reaching our targets.
Phillip Douglas, CPO, Arcadem
In other news, In July, Comtrade Gaming further expanded its presence by inking another tech deal, this time with Stanleybet in Romania. The gaming technology specialist agreed to provide the Romanian operator with the dedicated iGaming platform, iCore. A few months earlier, the tech supplier provided Spinza with remote server tech.