WeAreCasino announces new collaboration
The company has revealed a new collaboration with live dealer games from Super Spade Games.
WeAreCasino, the online gaming company based in Portugal, has announced a new collaboration with the innovative and engaging Live dealer games from Super Spade Games (SSG).
“This young and already established B2B provider is an extremely promising partnership for us. We are thrilled to have joined forces with a fast-growing brand and a great team that will definitely enrich the distribution network of entertainment products offered by SSG globally,” said SSG Management.
With this agreement, WeAreCasino’s partners will be able to access SSG’s portfolio of games, including Roulette, Baccarat, Teen Patti, Andar Bahar and Dragon Tiger from their studio in Belarus, among others.
“We are really proud and excited about this partnership with SSG. It’s a dynamic new supplier that offers some localised games, especially for the fast-growing Indian market. With their unique Live Andar Bahar and Teen Patti we’ll be able to increase our portfolio of operators facing that region and establish us as a market leader over there,” said Marko Jelen, Sales Director at WeAreCasino.
Super Spade Games offers a sophisticated and flexible Live dealer system to gaming operators or white-label providers all over the world. The newly designed studio in eastern Europe and with the best-looking professional dealers and top-of-the-line casino equipment, they provide the best live dealer gaming experience to the players
WeAreCasino is a real novelty in the online gaming industry. A young and dynamic company, aiming to become one of the world’s largest online casino gaming providers.
WeAreCasino owns a proprietary Gaming Engine, Remote Gaming Server, mathematics, RNGs and standard integration API, allowing clients to generate their personalized games. This also provides easier feature integration and exceptional quality, whether you’re playing on mobile or desktop. Games, servers and RNGs are certified by external testing houses in different jurisdictions.