Fresh from being purchased by Gaming Laboratories International and British testing laboratory NMi has announced that it has agreed to enter into a “test project” with online games developer NoLimit City in order to see what shape their long-term relationship could take moving forward.
Bangor-based NMi stated that the deal follows an investigation by NoLimit City into how it approaches certification and the duo’s successful testing of the developer’s new Kitchen Drama Sushi Mania title for the EJS platform in the United Kingdom.
“NoLimit City is a team of highly experienced games designers and I’m very excited for NMi to be partnering with it for the United Kingdom and its future roadmap within regulated markets,” read a statement from Julian Borg-Barthet, Business Development Director for NMi, which also has offices in the Italy, Spain, Malta, Canada and The Netherlands. “Our team has been impressed with the quality of the interaction and look forward to a highly successful long-term relationship.”
NMi has over 40 years of experience in the gaming industry and additionally declared that the deal to become a “permanent partner” of NoLimit City will see it “picking up additional great titles”.
“The people at NMi match our culture perfectly, they’re eager to meet our goals and expectations without pushing us to work differently to achieve the same results,” read a statement from Jonas Tegman, Chief Technology Officer for Stockholm-based NoLimit City.