Galaxy Gaming Digital will encompass licensing of the developer’s portfolio of table content, new Galaxy-built games developed in-house and future digital ventures.
The new division will license table games titles to development partners, while also taking a more active role developing games in-house.
Galaxy will also launch its own RNG titles for the first time. The first of these games – Split to Double Blackjack, Roulette Up, and Rising Phoenix Baccarat – are currently available in land-based casinos, with RNG titles due to launch later this year.
“The launch of Galaxy Gaming Digital underscores our continued enthusiasm for creating and licensing the best table game content online, just as we have always done for our land-based clients,” Galaxy Gaming president and chief executive Todd Cravens said.
“As the omni-channel table games experts, we see tremendous opportunity for growth and innovation by taking an active role in creating our own new content and continuing to work closely with our industry-leading development partners.
“Along with that, this new division will also be focused on channel expansion, bringing Galaxy titles to new online outlets.”
In March, Galaxy revealed how record igaming receipts drove revenue for the 2021 full-year up 95.3% to $19.9m (£16.7m/€19.4m).