The Mill Adventure (TMA) and 1X2 Network have announced a partnership that will see the latter’s portfolio of 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studios integrated into TMA’s platform.
This integration, via Relax Gaming, means TMA’s platform will be bolstered by several popular titles.
Responding to the partnership, Bjørnar Heggernes, Head of Casino at TMA, said: “We’re constantly looking to offer our clients the best the online gaming industry has to offer, and we’re confident 1X2 Network’s content will energise a platform that was already unbeatable.
“1X2 Network has some of the most interesting, disruptive, and engaging games around, so we are happy to have them on board”.
The integration is only the latest in a stream of promising developments for Malta-based TMA, which was launched in 2019 to provide a complete B2B platform utilising automation and AI to innovate continuously.
Earlier in June, the operator was granted a B2B license by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), and only weeks later, it announced its first B2B partner, in the form of Winfest.
1X2 has also experienced a promising 2021 to date. Towards the end of May, the company secured a commercial agreement with Malta-based Casumo, which it celebrated as “one of the biggest names in the online casino space”.
Addressing the integration with TMA, Jack Brown, Sales Director at 1X2 noted: “We’re excited to be launching on the Mill’s white-label platform and thrilled that our content will soon be reaching their third-party clients.
“But most importantly I am looking forward to a long fruitful relationship with the Mill. They’re a young company but they’ve been making big waves in the gaming space and really shaking things up in just a short period of time”.
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