iGaming platform supplier Comtrade Gaming announced the launch of its new game development division, CG Games. “This strategic expansion underscores Comtrade Gaming’s commitment to deliver products that deliver increased revenues for operators,” according to a press release.
CG Games debuts with a varied lineup of titles, including the crash games Space Aviator, and Crash Soccer. “These games offer all the thrills of traditional crash games with the added benefit of being able to be customized to a specific operator brand,” the company stated.
“Crash Soccer adds a unique twist where players can experience the thrill of going for a goal and it should resonate well with all football fans, especially for the upcoming Euro24 Tournament,” the provider explained.
CG Games will also launch an initial 8 high-end slot games, including titles such as Gem Miner, Sweet Treasure, and Break the Bank.
With the launch of CG Games, Comtrade Gaming aims to “leverage its extensive expertise in software development and use its own RGS technology to create captivating titles that resonate with diverse audiences,” the business said.
According to the company, the division will focus on “developing cutting-edge games across various genres, enriching Comtrade Gaming’s extensive portfolio, and solidifying its position as a premier provider in the gaming industry.”
Steven Valentine Steven Valentine, Chief Commercial Officer at Comtrade Gaming, said: “We are thrilled to unveil CG Games as the newest addition to the Comtrade Gaming family. This initiative represents a significant milestone in our 20-year journey to deliver gaming excellence to our clients.”
“With CG Games, we are poised to introduce a new era of innovation and creativity, setting new standards for excellence in game development. It also allows us to partner with many more operators outside our traditional iGaming Platform space,” he added.
As CG Games expands its portfolio, “operators and players can look forward to a diverse range of titles pushing the boundaries of creativity and innovation in game development,” the company concluded.
The company will be showcasing its latest products at the upcoming ICE London in booth N4-330.