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Magnet Gaming agrees Chanz deal

TAGs: Chanz, Magnet Gaming

Suppliers’ full suite of games go live with the social operator

London, December 12, 2017 – Leading slots provider Magnet Gaming has agreed a deal to distribute its portfolio of games to Estonian social gaming operator Chanz.

MAGNET GAMING AGREES CHANZ DEAL The Danish provider’s full suite of HTML5 slots, which are designed to work seamlessly across a range of platforms, will be made available via www.chanz.com.

Popular titles such as Fish Tank, Gold Rush, Diamond Express and Candy Kingdom, as well as latest releases Treasure Coast and Haunted House, will all be made available to its players.

Thomas Nielsen, Head of Game Licensing at Magnet, said: “We are delighted to be working with Chanz, an operator who shares our belief that gambling should be sociable and fun.

“We are constantly developing our games to promote gambling as a form of social entertainment and are confident our slots will go down really well with their players.”

Anton Krasnitksi, member of management board at Chanz, added: “We are always looking to add the best slots games to our site, and with the quality of Magnet Gaming’s portfolio, we have certainly done that.

“We know our players will love the social side of Magnet’s games, as well as the top-quality graphics, sounds and narrative. We look forward to a long and beneficial relationship.”

Magnet Gaming, who are based in Aalborg, Denmark, hold a number of licences that allow direct integrations with operators.

Their games are also available via Microgaming’s Quickfire, NYX’s OGS, EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine, and iSoftBet’s GAP distribution platforms.

Founded in 2014, the company’s goal is to develop attractive slot machines in HTML5 that are designed to deliver a great gaming experience on multiple devices.

For more information on this release or to arrange an interview with Thomas Nielsen please contact Robin Hutchison at Square in the Air on 0203 586 8272 or robin@squareintheair.com

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