Genii to go live with Bede Gaming

UK based independent iGaming firm Genii is to team up with online gambling software suppliers Bede Gaming in a new content based partnership.

As part of the link up clients of Bede Gaming, who process tens of millions of transactions per month, are to gain access to Genii’s extensive portfolio of in excess of 140 HD games, which incorporate a wide variety of genres designed to cater to the tastes of all types of player from any market.

Genii states that the firm “prides itself in having game-types to fit all players,” with players able to choose between the Spin16 range, its isometric games, multi-level feature games, 3D animated storyline games and much more.

Nick Barr, Sales Director at Genii, said: “The Bede platform is very exciting because it allows us to deliver innovative, patented content, with player engagement and interaction firmly embedded in each game, to operators in the gaming market, swiftly and easily.”

By utilising several different game types, players have a choice of how they wish to interact with the titles, with a number of differing options available.

Amongst those available are selecting the reel and direction in the Spin16 range and which feature game to play in its progressive reward genre of games, each with the aim of adding extra layers of excitement within each game for players.

Michael Brady, CEO of Bede Gaming, added: “This is a great addition to our ever strengthening product. Genii will add a new dimension to our offering with its innovative and engaging content, whilst its broad genres ensure there are games to accommodate all player types.”

Bede has also detailed that the partnership is set to boost its mobile performance, with Genii’s offering supported across all mobile platforms, namely Windows, Apple and Android devices, as well as being available on desktop.

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