Athens Greece / Pexels

B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has expanded its global footprint after entering the Greek market.

The provider’s entry into Greece represents another large European regulated market that Push Gaming has recently launched in, following its entry in Italy earlier in the year.

Kaizen Gaming, which operates under the brand Stoiximan in Greece, is the largest gaming operator in the market and has struck an exclusive deal with Push Gaming to offer its games for an initial eight-week basis. 

The deal will see Kaizen Gaming’s players gain access to the studio’s latest hits, such as Razor Shark and Rat King, as well as classics from its vast portfolio, such as Jammin’ Jars.

Push Gaming’s entry into Greece will provide a significant boost to its global expansion plans and follows multiple tier-one integrations with Betway and bet365 alongside additional market entries.

Fiona Hickey, director of new business and markets at Push Gaming said: “It’s an incredible achievement to be entering the Greek market so soon after our launch in Italy. Establishing ourselves with the largest gaming operator in the jurisdiction is a testament to the phenomenal success and global recognition our titles have accrued.

“We’re excited for Greek players to be entertained by our catalogue of hits with the entry serving as a microcosm of the incredible success we have been enjoying in recent years. We look forward to rolling out our titles to more operators within the jurisdiction and seeing the reception our slots receive from players and operators in another growing region.”

Vangelis Dedoulis, director of product, gaming & rewards at Kaizen Gaming, said: “Push Gaming’s slots have become synonymous with offering entertainment-focused experiences that have thrilled players around the world. 

“We are delighted to be the first operator delivering Push Gaming’s titles to our player base in Greece, enhancing our content with their numerous hits and ensuring a rich array of entertainment is available to our customers.”

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