Games development and licensing agreement with ITV
Gaming Realms plc (AIM: GMR), the developer, publisher and licensor of mobile real money and social games, is pleased to announce that it has signed a multi-show game licensing agreement with ITV.
The agreement, which follows on from the success of the loveislandgames.com site launched in Summer 2017, will be initially based around the television shows Dancing on Ice, The Only Way is Essex and Hell's Kitchen.
The new games will be hosted on Gaming Realms' proprietary platform under the umbrella brand tellygames.com, as well as licensed to 3rd party operators as part of Gaming Realms' 'Slingo Originals' licensed content model.
Commenting on the agreements, Patrick Southon, CEO, said:
"These are great commercial developments for Gaming Realms and we are delighted to be extending our partnership with ITV on the creation of entertaining gaming content based on these popular television shows."
Gaming Realms plc
Patrick Southon, CEO
Mark Segal, FD
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Notes to Editors
Gaming Realms creates and publishes innovative real money and social games for mobile, with operations in the UK, U.S. and Canada. Through its market leading mobile platform and unique IP and brands, Gaming Realms is bringing together media, entertainment and gaming assets in new game formats. The Gaming Realms management team includes accomplished entrepreneurs and experienced executives from a wide range of leading gaming and media companies.
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