Endorphina Signs Content Agreement with Iforum

Publish: 16.12.2017

A software provider which offers a wide range of top-quality slot games for online casinos – Endorphina – has once again hit the news with a decision to enter the content agreement with Iforum.

Endorphina is known as a company that produces slots using cutting-edge technology which makes its products the true gambling-oriented titles such are the In Jazz slot or the Cuckoo slot our Canadian friends were introduced to earlier this year.

Endorphina’s mission is to create games that are not only beautiful to look at, but slots that bring the real thrill of gaming through authentic atmosphere. The mathematical aspect of game creation is taken quite seriously by Endorphina who apply constantly-tested algorithms much to the safety of their players.

Iforum Deal

A multi-award winning top-notch development company Iforum, established in 2006 with a particular focus on providing flexible gaming solutions teamed up with Endorphina with a content agreement that will add the company’s games to Iforum’s unique and innovative Gameflex casino aggregation platform that combines over 5,000 titles from over 50 gaming vendors.

“It is always a pleasure working with professionals like iForium. We hope that this partnership will help a wide audience of players to access our games. Our portfolio is growing fast with new titles like 7Up!, In Jazz or Slotomoji that will find their way to player´ s hearts also thanks to iForium.”, Endorphina VP of sales, Jan Urbanec, said of the new partnership.

The Iforum management was also pleased to announce the newly-formed partnership with Endorphina, welcoming the Czech gaming company as the latest addition to the Gameflex casino aggregation platform.

Endorphina’s exciting portfolio of innovative slots is expected to be a breath of fresh air for Iforum users.

I look forward to working closely with the excellent team at Endorphina and delivering their top performing titles across multiple markets via Gameflex.”, Iforum CEO, Phil Parry, commented on the deal.