Realistic Games to tease raft of new content at biggest ever ICE

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Casino content developer Realistic Games is heading to this year’s ICE London with renewed vigour and is set to welcome delegates with details of its new expanded games roadmap and wider 2023 plans as it continues to evolve.

The studio began to set the tone for its new, strengthened focus for slot development with its late 2022 releases Gorilla Riches and Book of Charms and it has moved into the new year in a similar vein, sights firmly set on the major industry event at ExCeL.

Its content portfolio has received a major boost with a fully populated roadmap of games for the next 12 months that maintain its recent quality enhancements in gameplay and presentation, as well as exciting maths models that are fast becoming hallmarks of its brand.

Set to launch on January 26th, Chilli Master is Realistic’s first game of 2023 and provides further evidence of the style of game players and operators can expect from Realistic’s elevated commercial ambitions moving forward.

Visitors can get hands-on with the beautifully animated Mexican cuisine-themed game along with teases of everything else that can be expected from Realistic at South Gallery Suite 23 during the event.

Ashish Tawakley, CCO at Realistic Games at Realistic Games, said: “These are exciting times at Realistic Games. We’ve got our sights set on a hugely strengthened content plan for the year, which we’ve been working hard on for some time and Chilli Master is a taste of what’s to come.

We’re focused on shifting up a gear across the board with quality, quantity and innovation underpinning all our work and the entire team is truly enthused by this direction. We’re very much looking forward to meeting everyone at ICE so we can reveal more about how Realistic can drive traffic and revenue for all our partners.”

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