Apparat Gaming has made its move into the Spanish market via a partnership with Paf. The deal brings a distinctly German touch to Paf’s game offering, with seven of the developer’s most popular slots now available to its players.
This includes classic and video slot titles such as 40 Sevens, Total Eclipse, Fruit Storm, The Warlock’s Book, Pharaoh Princess, 7 Supernova Fruits and Jack Potter & The Book of Dynasties, all of which have just been certified for the market.
The integration with Paf has been facilitated by Pariplay and its Ignite Platform. Apparat Gaming has achieved recognition in the market with its suite of slots developed with a German accent. Each game captures what it means to be German – solid engineering, augenweide (eye candy) and no sense of humour whatsoever.
This combination has been a hit with players in regulated markets across Europe, from Apparat’s home market of Germany to Switzerland and the UK.
Martin Frindt, Chief Product Officer at Apparat Gaming, said: “We are focussed on regulated markets and in Spain, we have a jurisdiction that presents tremendous opportunities.
“We could not ask for a better launch partner than Paf, and Pariplay has proven once again that it is one of the best companies in the industry when it comes to integrations for regulated markets.
“Although in the football world, the competition between Spain and Germany is clearly decided against us in both the men’s and women’s categories at the moment, but when it comes to online casinos, we believe that Apparat’s German-accented slot machines will prove popular with our Spanish players.”
Eric Castro, Head of Games Content at Paf, added: “The studio titles are distinct and great fun to play, and we are thrilled to see them land in our lobby and line up alongside the other quality games we offer to players in Spain.”