Gaming Realms secures ITV ‘Love Island’ games development partnership

Patrick Southon

Industry next-generation games developer Gaming Realms Plc has this week announced that it has secured content rights with UK broadcaster ITV to build and develop gaming products for its hit reality TV show ‘Love Island’.

The London AIM-listed games developer will build ‘Love Island’ based games in partnership with Storm Games studio, which will be hosted through Gaming Realms mobile gaming platform, making content available to its industry partners.

Gaming Realms management stated that ITV’s partnership for Love Island games content was major addition for the company. Hit series Love Island is a dating show where a group of singles spend seven weeks living in a luxury villa in Majorca. The third series of the show is currently being aired on ITV2.

“Following our successful licensing deals with Britain’s Got Talent Games and The X Factor Games we are delighted and excited to be extending our strategy with Love Island Games,” commented Patrick Southon, CEO of Gaming Realms.

“Alongside Storm, we are providing gaming content and hosting the games on our state of the art platform. Love Island is a fantastic brand to be working with. It’s fun and full of personality and matches the style of Love Island Games that have been developed.”

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