Malta-based B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has signed a partnership agreement to deliver its range of player-first content to prominent operator NetBet.
This latest alliance with a leading operator will see Push’s hugely popular titles such as the award-winning Jammin’ Jars series, Big Bamboo and Fire Hopper, along with its upcoming releases,
Fat Banker and Mad Cars become available to NetBet’s players.
Initially rolling out on the operator’s platforms across the UK and Romania, the agreement will also see Push’s games gain further exposure in the recently regulated Netherlands market.
Operating in multiple countries around the world, NetBet has provided a best-in-class online casino and sportsbook experience for its players alongside its Lotto, Live Casino, and Poker products.
Having evolved into one of the world’s favourite online gaming brands, the operator presents the ideal vehicle to support Push’s growth ambitions across regulated markets.
Commenting on the deal, Push Gaming’s Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming said: “We’re delighted to maintain our recent record of partnering with tier-one operators, with NetBet being testament to our continued European expansion. Its presence in a host of key markets will prove a fantastic boost to our commercial growth and we’re thoroughly looking forward to working together.”
Claudia Georgevici, PR manager at NetBet added: “Push’s games are among the most popular in the industry and so this deal represents a significant move forward for us. Its content will fit in perfectly among the diverse range of quality entertainment we have to offer our players.”
Established as one of the industry’s most entertaining suppliers, Push Gaming is live across the majority of Europe’s key regulated markets with the likes of LeoVegas, Entain, 32red, 888, Casumo, Betsson, Svenska Spel and PaddyPowerBetfair.
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