3 Oaks Gaming, the rapid-growing casino games and marketing tools distributor, has signed an agreement with casino aggregator platform, St8.io, that will see its library of slots delivered across the platform’s operator network.
The deal with the Curacao-licensed platform will enhance 3 Oaks Gaming’s offering on a global scale and titles such as Sticky Piggy, Big Heist and Sun of Egypt 3 will be readily available to players.
St8.io is an emerging game aggregator platform and 3 Oaks Gaming’s players will be able to access its extensive portfolio through a seamless API, delivering games quickly and reliably through a state-of-the-art interface.
This latest partnership is the most recent in a series of integrations through operator platforms, which highlights the rapid growth of 3 Oaks Gaming over the past 12 months and their standing within the iGaming industry.
Sebastian Damian, MD of 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “We are extremely dedicated in giving our players the chance to access our games through a number of different routes and this partnership with St8.io will no doubt be a huge success.
“Their innovative platform provides our players with a very accessible system on which to play a fantastic selection of our titles and this will hugely benefit 3 Oaks’ reputation as a high-quality distributor moving forward.”
Vladimir Negine, CEO of St8.io, said: “This new collaboration with 3 Oaks Gaming is important for us at St8.io as we continue to improve our offering with the very best distributors in the iGaming world.
“Providers have a huge amount of trust in us to deliver their slots for them and 3 Oaks has an extremely strong portfolio of slot content, and we are thrilled that its games are being accessible on our platform.”
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