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The online gaming affiliate company Game Lounge, a subsidiary of Cherry, has acquired the site Slottracker from US-based Innovative Game Solutions Partnership for €1m.

Of that €1m consideration, €200,000 is to be paid 12 months after the acquisition. An additional €300,000 will be paid if the vendor achieves certain objectives over a two-year period.

By selecting Slot Tracker, players are able to have their information saved about what games are played and bets made, as well as winnings and bonuses paid. This allows the player to follow the development and analyse the casino that works best for them.

Jonas Cederholm, CEO of Game Lounge, said: “The purchase of Slot Tracker complements Game Lounge’s already strong offering in order to help players find the right casino or other online games.

“We look forward to working with the people who built Slot Tracker to be able to develop new features that allow each player to gain more control over their gaming. Among other things, we want to offer solutions that can warn players who risk losing control of their gaming.”

Anders Holmgren, CEO of Cherry, added: “Game Lounge is continuing to expand its business. Slot Tracker makes it even clearer that the company’s solutions give players access to information that provides an overview, so that players can choose a game more easily based on their own criteria.

“With the different service levels, players can choose more complete statistics, different extensions, and comparisons between their results and those of others, called Community Statistics. With Slot Tracker, we complement Cherry’s value chain and I look forward to the new features we will launch in 2018.”

Slot Tracker is presently available in a free version and in two pay versions, and works with games from WMS, NetEnt, Microgaming, Thunderkick, Novomatic, NextGen Gaming, NYX, IGT, Play‘n Go, Big Time Gaming, Elk, Quickspin, Red Tiger, Mercury, SGI and Yggdrasil.