BlueOcean Gaming strikes a deal with Kalamba Games!
BlueOcean Gaming Gamehub portfolio just got richer for another great game provider Kalamba Games.
Kalamba’s offering of quality titles includes fan-favorites such as Pyro Pixie, Joker Max, Caribbean Anne, Big Bounty Bill and Temple of Heroes, with the portfolio expanding by around 12 new titles a year. Kalamba’s 34 existing titles feature exciting and compelling themes with stunning graphics and innovative mechanics.
Tamas Kusztos, Head of Sales of Kalamba Games, said: “We are excited about extending the reach of our games by teaming up with BlueOcean Gaming who has an impressive list of operator partners in several markets. With our ever-expanding portfolio of games featuring innovative mechanics and promotion tools we are certain we will be a hit with BlueOcean Gaming’s partners and we look forward to working together.”
The signature mechanics developed by Kalamba help increase player engagement and retention and includes missions, leaderboards and symbol collection progression, as well as the HyperBet and HyperBonus features which allows players to adjust game volatility and offers buy-in options for freespins and bonuses.
Kalamba has quickly established itself as a successful online casino games supplier after being founded in 2016. The work of their passionate, experienced, creative and fun-loving team reflects in the online casino products they develop.
Dejan Jović, CEO at BlueOcean Gaming said: "Kalamba games is surely a great addition to our existing Gamehub offer. We are confident that operators will appreciate such high-quality games, with superbly executed design, including math, art, animation and sound. We are definitely looking forward to start growing the business together!"
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