Push Gaming signs content agreement with LeoVegas
Push Gaming, the B2B gaming supplier, has been busy strengthening its tier-one credentials by agreeing to continue the content deal with one of the gambling industry’s best-known operators, LeoVegas.
The agreement states that LeoVegas is supposed to directly merge titles including Joker Troupe, Jammin’ Jars and its latest hit release, Wheel of Wonders, via Push Gaming’s UKGC and MGA-licensed platform.
Push Gaming has firmly established itself as one of the industry’s most popular entertainment-first studios in the last few years, with an army of fans.
The supplier’s most recent deal is proof to its leading credentials, with the vastly popular provider set to integrate directly across many different European markets, including the UK, Sweden and Germany, via the LeoVegas, GoGo Casino and Rocket X brands.
“LeoVegas is an industry leader when it comes to providing top-quality content across its casinos, and we’re thrilled to be extending our agreement with an operator that boasts such a hugely impressive reach. Our slots are enjoyed so much by our players precisely because we put entertainment at the heart of everything we do. We look forward to continuing our already-successful partnership together across multiple regions.” Said Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming, in a comment on the deal.
Johan Ekberg, group casino games manager at LeoVegas, also added:
“Push Gaming’s catalogue of titles delights with every spin, and we’re very happy to be extending our provision of their content with a direct integration into our casino lobbies. With some hugely innovative games and incredibly engaging mechanics, we look forward to taking our content agreement to the next level, as well as continuing to establish a productive business relationship in the years ahead.”
2020 has been a milestone year for Push Gaming. Aside from obtaining its own fully licensed platform via GSI (Game Server Integrations), the supplier has also obtained an impressive string of tier-one global deals, including William Hill, GVC, The Rank Group, Gamesys and IGT (Norsk Tipping).