Scientific Games (SG) is working very hard to claim the number one place on the best aggregators podium. And to ensure their Open Gaming System (OGS) platform was as appealing as its competitors. They’ve recently enhanced it by inking a deal with a studio on the rise.
Indeed, NoLimit City is the latest content creator to join the likes of Bally, Williams Interactive and NextGen whose games are already available on OGS. And so this means that online casinos that use OGS will see their distribution range get a boost. To sum up, NoLimit City’s catalog already includes 29 slots. But, the studio keeps on adding new titles every couple of months. Without a doubt, NoLimit City is an emerging studio that many see as a rising star. In fact, their most recent titles Barbarian Fury and Punk Rocker truly help them to shine amongst others.
Certainly, this deal delighted many. But no one was happier than Malcolm Mizzi when the pen touched paper. In fact, the Director of Commercial Operations at Nolimit said: “Now that all the stars have aligned, let’s make magic happen”. And at the same time, he also thanked Steve Maye at SG Digital who helped to make this possible.
Working with Scientific Games is an honor that is only reserved for the best studios. And, of course, to those who show great promises too. Yet, before inking this deal, NoLimit City’s games were already available via Microgaming’s platform. And so this means those who play on Mr. Green, LeoVegas, Slots Million and Rizk casino were already familiar with their slots. But with that said, SG’s distribution network is equally impressive as Microgaming, if not more. An inking a deal with SG may also give the studio a shot at shining across the ocean. So it looks like NoLimit City is ready to tackle the world of online gaming in full force. And they’re doing so by shaking hands with some of the biggest names in the industry.