Skillzzgaming and R. Franco Team Up
Posted on 2019-06-12 by Sean Williamson
The R. Franco digital portfolio has been boosted significantly by the addition of skills-based games from respected developer Skillzzgaming. This follows a recent deal between the two companies.
The provider’s casino games depart from the traditional format in which the results are entirely up to chance. Instead, while luck and odds are factors, the results of titles such as Gems Odyssey also depend on the choices made by players. Among the other titles that were added to the R. Franco Kolyseo server include Game of Chronos, Match Machine, Mr. Miner, and Triple Mask.
Deal Adds Value
According to reports, Skillzzgaming CEO Eran Sharar was happy about the deal that he believes enriches R. Franco’s offering. He said partnering with the open, inventive platform was an exciting opportunity.
Sharar added that his company’s games would add even greater value to its portfolio, and that players who will play those titles will enjoy an exciting, novel experience.
Diversified Offering Pleases
The Skillzzgaming CEO was not the only one to express positivity at the new deal. R. Franco managing director Javier Sacristan said it increased the value of his company’s offering of gaming that was appealing and enjoyable, and that it offered more opportunities for players to enjoy themselves.
Speaking about the company’s model, as well as its Kolyseo server and deals such as the one signed with the developer, the MD said it made it easier for smaller and medium-sized companies to see their efforts recognised.
Sacristan explained that the open RGS server saw the implementation of APIs that allow casino game developers to use RNG, database, audit, and other services. It also allowed developers to leverage on the platform’s game distribution capabilities without losing their brand identity. He added that the server had been integrated with various important platforms, among them R. Franco’s own Iris platform.
Another deal that helped diversify the R. Franco offering was signed in April, when it inked an agreement with Espresso Games. It was made at Feria Americana de Juegos de Azar in Bogota. Among the more than 40 casino games made available on the platform were Reelpot and Racepot.
Speaking about the deal at the time, Franco Group chief marketing officer Ruben Loeches said it further enhanced Iris. He went on to say that platform also had seen the addition of sports betting, new payment methods, and the novel integration of games.