Reely Poker from Leander Games launches on GTS Network
The innovative games developer Leander Games is pleased to announce the launch of one its first games on Playtech's EdGE games platform.
Monday 28th November 2011
London, UK, 28th November 2011 - The innovative games developer Leander Games is pleased to announce the launch of one its first games on Playtech's EdGE games platform. Following the partnership agreement with Playtech's Gaming Technology Solutions (GTS) subsidiary, it has launched of one its games in the Reely series , Reely Poker, on GTS's EdGE platform.
The highly-anticipated Reely Poker (TM) has been fully integrated to the GTS EdGE platform, with a long list of operators ready to release the game to their players. Reely Poker is part of the Reely Series of slot games which have been designed to appeal to both mainstream slot and table game players.
GTS's truly open platform solution enables Leander to reach new operators worldwide, including Unibet, Bet 24, Betsson, and the BetClic Everest Group, which encompasses big brand names such as Expekt, Betclic and bet-at-home.com.
Since the company launched in 2008, Leander Games has emerged as the industry's most exhilarating games development company led by the company's two founders, Ramiro Atucha and Daniel Schultz.
Ramiro Atucha, who is also Leander's Chief Executive, commented: 'We are delighted to see our games enter the mainstream market through some of the industry's most highly respected and well-known gaming operators. Through our Side Bet Series, which is currently pending an international patent, Reely Poker has enabled us to combine a popular table game with a slot game. This, coupled with our engaging creative and thrilling mathematics makes us very confident that this game will be a hit with players on a global scale.'
Steven Matsell, Director of GTS, added: 'We pride ourselves in offering our operators a wide range of exceptional and engaging games. We have received a huge amount of interest for Reely Poker from all our leading operators and we are really looking forward to working closely with Leander Games on proposed future projects.'