Relax Gaming has added development house Print Studios to its Silver Bullet partnership programme as part of a deal which will see the latter’s anticipated content integrated onto Relax’s platform.

Under the terms of the agreement, all distribution arrangements will be managed by the aggregator as Print becomes the latest developer to benefit from Relax’s extensive network of tier one operators, joining the fold with the likes of Kalamba Games, Fantasma Games and 4ThePlayer.

Similarly to its sister programme, Powered By Relax, Silver Bullet studios also benefits from the aggregator’s commercial representation as well as compliance and legal support.

Carl Wiggman, CEO at Print Studios, noted “Our development team of industry veterans are all about the challenge of making gambling more fun than it ever was.

“With Print, we are creating a studio that focuses on impactful game design that delivers exhilarating and dynamic experiences, so when the time came to find an aggregator partner, our sights were naturally set on Relax.

“The Silver Bullet programme is exactly the kind of leg-up that is going to help us reach out and establish ourselves as an up-and-coming developer in the iGaming industry. We look forward to bringing something fresh to the slots scene.”  

According to a joint statement, Silver Bullet aligns itself with Print Studios as it brings some of ‘the most high-quality, budding developers’ to the Relax network.

The new Malta-based slots studio comprises ‘highly experienced industry professionals’ who have come together to bring their own ‘signature blend of creativity, insight and boundary-pushing expertise to market’.

“Silver Bullet is all about providing a platform for innovative start-ups to get noticed in a crowded marketplace and help us drive differentiation to our operators,” explained Simon Hammon, Relax Gaming CPO.

“Print Studios is made up of a team of experienced talent, who have big plans for the market, and we’re pleased to be supporting the first steps of their journey.”