Platform provider Hub88 has announced its latest content-integration agreement with the rapidly growing games supplier, Slotmill.

The latest deal will see Hub88 strengthen its global footprint by incorporating Slotmill’s exciting collection of titles, including popular releases Money Jar, Wildfire and Sands of Eternity.

Founded in 2019, Slotmill is an MGA accredited provider, focusing on offering unique and quality games. All of the company’s titles include HD graphics and animations, with balanced mathematics delivering the optimal gambling experience.

Thanks to Hub88’s lightweight and swift platform, players will be able to enjoy the new collection in a timely and hassle-free manner. Both parties aim to have the integration completed during the fourth quarter of the year. 

José Micallef, managing director at Hub88, said: “Slotmill has established itself as a provider of high-end slots and is regarded as ‘NetEnt 2.0’ by many in the industry.

“The company’s product quality and player experience are second to none and we eagerly look forward to launching their games to our global operator network.”

Andreas Ternström, chief commercial officer at Slotmill, added: “We are thrilled to partner with Hub88 and look forward to a partnership that definitively will help us meet our ambitions growth targets.”

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