Aggregator and platform provider GrooveGaming has been selected by Orbital Gaming as a “key distribution channel,” which will see the delivery of the games developer’s blockchain gambling titles.
As a result of the agreement, GrooveGaming has introduced a blockchain games segment to its games aggregation platform, adding a new layer to its roster of igaming content.
“We have been leaders in building blockchain games, as well as re-imagining next-generation products,” stated Boris Kiknadze, CEO of Orbital Gaming.
“We are delighted to collaborate with GrooveGaming, who are a technology innovation company we feel very comfortable with, to deliver Orbital Gaming offerings that are fundamentally changing the way the market interacts with gameplay.”
GrooveGaming’s platform includes over 5000 casino games made up of a wealth of aggregated content ranging from slots, online casino and live casino, to poker and table games, as well as another recently added segment of ‘Real Casino’.
Orbital Gaming joins a network that also boasts collaborations alongside the likes of EveryMatrix, iGP, Digitain, GoBet, ProgressPlay, Hub88, QTech, Alea, Quickfire, Max Entertainment and BetConstruct, amongst others.
Yahale Meltzer, COO at GrooveGaming, added: “Introducing new technologies is the hallmark of the GrooveGaming mission, to stay that essential one step ahead of the market, so we are delighted to onboard Orbital Gaming with their distinctive new approach to gambling.
“Blockchain has immense growth potential and we want to bring that opportunity to our operators from the get-go.”
Last month, in conversation with CasinoBeats, Meltzer emphasised that since its inception, GrooveGaming has focused on meeting the needs of the market and traffic demands – a way of thinking that has been the integral to the team’s success.
“We’re a global ecosystem with the latest content that can be adopted to each individual operator,” he explained. “The amount of content allows us to have a really specific target and build a specific portfolio for operators to have the best performance, depending on where they want to work.”