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WAGERMILL AND THE GAMING LAB MERGE
11th November, 2014 at 15:43:15
British and Aussie firms combine in expansion strategy
British games developer Wagermill and Australian developer The Gaming Lab have merged to form the GECO Gaming Group.
The newly formed group said it will focus on globally promoting and expanding its HTML5 and Flash library of bingo, slot and casino games.
We are well under way with some industry changing plans around content delivery, which promises to improve the speed and efficiency of future game delivery to market," said Aaron Neill-Stevens of The Gaming Lab.
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