The landmark deal will see High 5 Games licence its entire library of online casino content to many of GVC’s most high-profile brands, including Sportingbet and bwin.
The partnership is expected to last several years and provides the developer with a hugely expanded footprint across many international markets – and crucially, it will introduce all High 5 titles to GVC’s already huge customer base.
The integration of High 5 Games will take place from the Gameion platform, where the firm initially made its name.
Its remote games server, VAULT, will allow GVC customers to access high-profile titles such as Double Da Vinci Diamonds, Secrets of the Forest and All That Cash, among countless others.
Under the terms of the distribution deals with GVC and LeoVegas, High 5 Games will gain access to slots players throughout the UK, Spain and Sweden, where the online gaming market has recently been reorganised.
The firm’s European expansion has been made possible in part by the B2B license it was recently granted by the Malta Gaming Authority.
High 5 Games currently has two decades of experience in both the online and land-based gaming industries, and its continued expansion will come as no surprise to industry experts and online casino fans alike.
A “Fantastic Move”
A spokesperson for GVC described the development deal as a “fantastic move” for both companies, highlighting the confidence GVC has for H5G to deliver consistently innovative and entertaining titles for its international customer base.
The brand is known for offering games which are easy to play across mobile and desktop platforms.
Online slots fans can expect to see High 5 Gaming titles rolling out on GVC sites during the summer months, while those familiar with the LeoVegas brand will have already noticed H5G titles being integrated since the middle of April.