Apparat Gaming has signed its very first deal with a content aggregator, with its full suite of games set to be distributed by platform powerhouse, United Remote.
The partnership builds on the existing relationship between Apparat Gaming and United Remote, with the developer using the content aggregator’s Malta licence to release its first two titles, Pharoah Princess and Fruit Storm, back in 2021.
Apparat Gaming has since secured its own Malta Gaming Authority licence. It will now leverage the market and operator reach that United Remote offers as it looks to launch its slots in more jurisdictions and with more brands than ever before.
United Remote has emerged as a leading platform, game aggregator and development studio working with some of the biggest B2B and B2C brands in the business. Players at these brands will now be able to access all Apparat Gaming slots and enjoy the thrilling experience they provide. This includes the just-launched Total Eclipse, which combines the simplicity of classic fruit games with the power of the Hold-and-Respin feature. These players will also be among the first to access the latest slots to leave the Apparat Gaming production line such as 40 Sevens which is set to launch later this month.
Thomas Wendt, co-founder and director of Apparat Gaming, said: “We have been working with United Remote for many months now, so it made sense to join forces with them as our first game aggregator partner.
“United Remote has partnered with leading B2B and B2C businesses and brands, so it is great to see our games line up alongside those from tier-one developers and to now be available to popular sportsbook and casino brands in key Malta markets.”
Eliana Mennonna, product manager at United Remote, added: “We are always looking to add quality content to our portfolio and in Apparat Gaming we have a partner that delivers this quality but also a unique player experience thanks to its approach to creating games with a German accent.
“This is a great partnership for United Remote, but most importantly for our operator partners and of course their players.”