RAW Arena partners with Rogue for Innovative Content Distribution

January 26, 2023 | Sarah Blackburn

RAW Arena, the aggregator arm of RAW Group, today announces a premium studio distribution partnership with Rogue.

It is RAW’s vision to create innovative games that combat industry monotony and bring new ideas and gameplay to the market. Rogue fits beautifully with this vision, developing highly innovative and exciting new slots, such as Wildfire West, Mega Laser Kitty Cubes and their latest release Hong KONG featuring the Blockchain engine.

Rogue will benefit from RAW Arenas extensive distribution across 14 different regulated markets as well as access to Arena features and services. Rogue will not be impacted by slow partner development teams and through the use of RAW Arenas foundation development kit, they will be unhampered to release as many games as they desire.

Tom Wood, CEO of RAW said: “RAW Arena is designed with the explicit intent of delivering new and innovative content that the market hasn’t seen before, delivered by high quality, experienced studios that are looking to push the boundaries and challenge the status quo just as RAW is doing with RAW iGaming.”

Tom continues: “Rogue defines this, and we welcome John and his amazing team to the RAW’s premium partnership program which gives them access to our deep platform features, RAW contracted brands, cost saving services, and superior data mining and analysis through Arena Sense*.”

John Parsonage, founder of Rogue adds: “Joining the Arena will give us the tools we need to distribute our amazing games across the world at speed. With Arena, we don’t have to be limited in our creativity or number of games and get access to Arena Sense* so as we can understand player behaviours when playing our innovative games.

“This will further enhance our ability to deliver even better games to operators and their players. As a premium studio, these were key drivers when choosing RAW Arena and we look forward to working with Tom and the Arena family on fighting industry monotony.”