Las Vegas-based Galaxy Gaming has announced its latest move in expanding digitally, after signing an agreement to gain the rights to High Variance Games’ portfolio.
This agreement comes after the group announced that its igaming division continued to counter land-based losses earlier this year, with Galaxy Gaming calling online casino one of its “major growth areas going forward.”
“With our focus on innovative, omnichannel content, Jeff’s games are a natural fit. They’re unique, exciting games that add to the breadth of our portfolio,” Steve Cvetkoski, Galaxy Gaming’s director of product development.
“Super Blackjack and Super Texas Hold’em, in particular, really heighten the most exciting parts of blackjack and poker by offering unique mechanisms, multiple betting rounds, and opportunities to raise.
“Players can gamble and be aggressive, but with a house edge that will keep them in action longer. That’s the case with all these games and a big reason why we’re so excited to get them into the land-based and digital spaces quickly.
“We expect high action while maximizing a player’s ‘time on device’—certainly a real win-win for both players and operators,” he added.
The High Variance Games portfolio acquisition includes several titles such as Super Texas Hold’em, Super Blackjack, Super Pai Gow, Super Omaha Poker, and Three Card Stud Triple Draw.
“Galaxy Gaming has the distribution network I was looking for in a partner and an impressive, forward-thinking management team,” Jeff Hwang, High Variance Games President and CEO, said.
“I see an organization with a ton of upside,” he added.
“We’re thrilled to work with Jeff Hwang to add these new titles to our content portfolio and prime membership catalog,” Todd Cravens, president and CEO of Galaxy Gaming, said.
“What excites us about these new games is that we believe they will resonate with casino players and add even more diversity and strength to our catalog of world-famous titles,” he added.