Synergy Blue, a casino game developer, based in the U.S, has announced that it has signed a distribution deal that will see it partner with Jade Entertainment. The new agreement will see Jade Entertainment provide support and distribution services in Asia Pacific for Synergy Blue’s gaming platform and casino games.

As stated on calvinayre, this announcement comes at a time when there is a partnership with G2E Asia that will be held in the Philippines and is expected to start on the 4th of December. George Washington, CEO of Synergy Blue, will be attending the event is scheduled to be part of the panel that will include developers and innovators who have been creating services and products meant to make the player’s experience enjoyable.

The CEO believes that this new agreement is a massive step for his company and they are excited to be working with their new partner Jade Entertainment, who happen to be experts in the market.

He also believes that new trends are steering innovations in the entertainment sector around the world, which has led to new gambling experiences are coming up reflecting that change. This has enabled his firm and many others to provide experiences with a level of engagement and quality that players have come to expect. The CEO also stated that their gaming libraries were built for this specific purpose.

The deal is expected to offer Jade Entertainment total and complete access to Blue’s arcade-styled gaming library. Synergy Blue’s games are designed on a HAWG platform. This platform is deemed a premier platform due to its immense flexibility for every operator’s needs because it allows games to be tailored to suit gaming regulation needs and customer experiences.

However, this is not the only deal that synergy Blue went into. Hours after signing a contract with Jade Entertainment, the firm went penned another agreement with Caesars Entertainment, which will see it place their games at the Las Vegas Linq Casino and Hotel. Based on a statement made by a Caesar spokesperson, the games are expected to offer customers exciting and innovative games that will improve user experience.

On the deal with Caesars, the CEO at Synergy Blue stated that Caesar’s dedication to offering a unique user experience fully aligns with Synergy Blue’s goals, and the firm believes its games will fit very well into the tech-forward culture that the Linq has nurtured for many years.

Synergy Blue started operations nearly six years ago, and the firm is currently the owner of many casinos in six different countries worldwide. Currently, the firm provides more than 22 games, which include rifle style games, puzzles, and driving-themed options.

The current agreement places several of synergy Blue’s gaming cabinets on the Linq’s floor, and this includes single and multi-game systems. Its library has games such as Candy Crush, Mahjong, and Safari Match. Synergy took the pleasant aspects video games, arcade and infused them with the excitement of a casino to entertain all players.