Push Gaming signs partnership with EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine

Push Gaming signs partnership with EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine

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Push Gaming, the B2B gaming supplier, has cemented its position in the gaming world after agreeing to extend its partnership with CasinoEngine, the igaming integration platform owned by EveryMatrix’s.

This partnership will also give EveryMatrix access to Push Gaming’s most recent hit Mystery Museum, as well as their recently launched game, Wheel of Wonders.

Push Gaming’s growing portfolio is specially designed to appeal to both players and operators in all  markets across the globe. The latest deal makes Push Gaming’s content available to several CasinoEngine clients.

“We’re delighted to be taking our collection of chart-topping titles live with EveryMatrix and can’t wait to see them go live with its extensive fanbase. “With a plethora of successful brands across the global market, working with EveryMatrix is an opportunity we look forward to greatly, along with many years of success together.” Said Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming.

Push Gaming has already signed many strategic agreements with popular operator groups this year alone such as William Hill and GVC. The company revealed that it has many aspiring plans in the upcoming few months. This comes after Push Gaming acquired of Game Server Integrations (GSI) at the start of 2020.

“Push Gaming is in the vanguard of game development and we welcome their titles to CasinoEngine’s library, the largest in the industry currently giving access to over 11,500 titles. Push Gaming offers the best player experience and we’re confident that their games will perform excellent with our clients in many markets. Our team is excited by this integration and we foresee a fruitful business relationship in the years to come.” Said Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine chief operating officer at EveryMatrix.

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