Kalamba Games partnership with Reelzone pushes innovation

Posted:: Aug 31, 2020 12:36 Category: Casino , Europe , Game Reviews , Posted by

Kalamba Games has successfully integrated its Remote Gaming Server, Bullseye, with Reelzone’s innovative hybrid social/real money tournament platform

Reelzone is a brand new intelligent marketing platform comprising a suite of services where casino game providers can market their games in a hybrid social casino context. It allows providers to leverage the growth and opportunity in the Social Casino Gaming space. The launch tournament will feature Kalamba’s hit Blazing Buland starts on Monday 31st August, and players will also gain access to the monthly Coin League which will enable them to play all of Kalamba’s slots that are available on the site.

As Casino Races and Welcome Bonuses have been the cornerstone of the industry for a long time, Reelzone wants to reimagine the way to market games and entice players by giving them the chance to interact with the games through Free-to-Play slot tournaments with a chance of winning real cash prizes.

This integration underlines Kalamba’s commitment to innovating in the industry and has real potential to reach previously untapped markets. Kalamba’s substantial portfolio of games will be available on the platform including hit titles such as Sky Hunters and Blazing Bull, and newly-released Maui Millions.

Stefan RafaelStefan Rafael, CMO at Reelzone, said: “Partnering with Kalamba represents another great strategic step towards fulfilling the Reelzone vision. We’re thrilled to be working with a company possessing such a great games portfolio and deep knowledge of the industry.”

Tamas Kusztos, Head of Sales and Account Management, said: “We’re very pleased to work with Reelzone who are looking as if they’re going to be one of the most exciting prospects in the industry. Unlocking the opportunity presented by social and the crossover to real money could yield big results for us if we get it right.”

About SiGMA Europe – Malta
SiGMA Group has announced the postponement of its Europe summit, which was planned to be held in Malta on 17-19 November 2020. The show will now open its doors early next year in February, running from the 16-18th, making it the first event to headline the 2021 gaming calendar.

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