In-demand game developer, ELA Games has finalised its integration with Hub88, seeing its full content line-up made available to the aggregation provider’s operator partners.
Since its establishment, ELA Games’ ultimate goal has been to deliver truly unforgettable experiences to all players in the industry, through its content’s top-notch graphics and immersive gameplay.
Via a single API integration, Hub88’s premium aggregation platform will benefit from a varied selection of entertainment options that are tailored to meet the interests of different audiences, ranging from an array of exciting slots to the classic ‘Plinko’ game, and the unique live title ‘Cash Crab’.
Cash Grab sees a traditional claw machine with a unique edge, placing the power of control into players’ hands. The game rewards users in new and exciting ways through its highly social features such as the player-to-player chat and bet-behind feature. Through these elements, gamers are brought together, building a community of adventure-seekers that can enjoy the friendly competition. The features are customisable, offering unmatched acquisition and retention opportunities.
Ollie Castleman, Head of Hub88, said: “This new agreement is facilitating the distribution of a diverse range of visually stunning and high-performing games from ELA Games. There is no doubt that this will strike a chord with many different player types, reinforcing our reputation as a premium content aggregator in the industry.”
Daniel Mitton, Director of Gaming and Business Development, said: “Collaborating with this prominent aggregation provider is a momentous step for ELA Games as we share the same vision of supplying players with unique gaming experiences and bringing new elements that push the boundaries of online casino entertainment. This partnership enables us to reach even more players around the world, which is in line with our expansion strategy.”
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