Nolimit City partners up with The Mill Adventure

The Mill Adventure turns up the heat with the addition of Nolimit City content to slots portfolio

Adding on to what has been a stellar year for the Malta based Software Provider, the studio is happy to announce a new partnership with an upcoming iGaming  Platform, servicing some of the most unique an innovative brands out there. Nolimit  City is proud to announce its latest partnership with The Mill Adventure, the new rising star in White Label platforming solutions.

Malcolm Mizzi | SiGMA News

Malcolm Mizzi, Commercial Director at Nolimit City (seen left), stated: “Having The Mill Adventure added to our growing customer list is a true privilege and sign of further exciting things to come. The team behind The Mill are a dedicated experience bunch of innovators who have showcased their passion for turning around an old approach and making a new spin on it”

The deal comes right after the announcement of Nolimit’s latest flagship title, Book of Shadows, which is running hot on several casinos front page lobbies. Building on what has been a ground breaking year for the Software Provider, this marks yet another progressive deal with new exciting players in the field.

Bjørnar Heggernes | SiGMA News

The Mill Adventure comes with an accumulated amount of years in technical development with some solid foundation, already representing the well-recognised ‘Frank&Fred’ brand on their state-of-the-art platform.

The company is also proud to boast their latest brand, casinobud.com, which is promising to be a game changer in the Streamer, Casino field of cross engagement.

Bjørnar Heggernes, Head of Casino at The Mill Adventure (seen right), added: “Nolimit City has been recognised as one of the most exciting game studios the last couple of years with quality games that delivers on a high consistent basis.

Adding them to our gaming platform was essential and we’re looking forward to a great long-term partnership.

About SiGMA Europe - Malta

SiGMA Group has announced the postponement of its Europe summit, which was planned to be held in Malta on 17-19 November 2020. The show will now open its doors early next year in February, running from the 16-18th, making it the first event to headline the 2021 gaming calendar.

 

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