April 29, 2024 2 min read

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PDX Slots Signs Distribution Partnership with TinyRex Games

The content tie-up will allow TinyRex Games to introduce its games into new regulated markets, and specifically Michigan

PXD Slots, a licensed Remote Gaming Server platform that helps suppliers launch their products onto the regulated iGaming market in North America, has signed a new distribution partnership with TinyRex Games, an up-and-coming supplier with an equally ambitious game plan for the region.

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PDX Slots is banking on its original strategy which is dubbed “quality of quantity” by its chief executive officer. TinyRex CEO and co-founder Kenny Huang has welcomed the opportunity to team up with PDX Slots and become a part of the company’s distribution model.

So far as the real money sector goes, Huang noted, PDX Slots was a company that was determined to prioritize hard-hitting titles that stand out by virtue of their overall quality, and which are bound to appeal to players this way. TinyRex is bringing titles such as 21 Cats, The Wizard of Oz: idle Merge, Plinko, Catsino Solitaire, and Dice Drop among others.

PDX Slots CEO Christopher Housel was similarly happy to welcome this fresh opportunity between the two companies. According to Housel, the two companies coming together was an “alignment of vision and strategy.”

TinyRex’s expertise in delivering top-tier gaming experiences complements our approach perfectly, ensuring our games not only resonate with players, but also drive sustained engagement and revenue growth.

PDX Slots CEO Christopher Housel

TinyRex Games Happy to Align Ethos and Vision with PDX Slots

Both companies stand to benefit. On the one hand, TinyRex is looking to secure an entry into the real money casino landscape, as it pushes into new markets. PDX Slots is similarly keen to help with distribution deals for various operators and become a major player in this particular sector.

TinyRex Games co-founder and tech director Ernest Chan added that PDX will significantly allow his company to expand and innovative, bringing cutting-edge experiences and products to players. PXD Slots is currently only licensed in Michigan by the Michigan Gaming Control Board.

Homegrown slot developers in the United States and Canada have been looking to make sure that their products are visible to local audiences. One particularly successful company has been White Hat Studios which has been able to steal the thunder from international rivals and establish its slot games as Slot of the Month in Eilers & Krejick’s monthly rank list covering the North American iGaming market.

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