Push Gaming to Power NetBet IGaming Platform

Push Gaming to Power NetBet IGaming Platform

Push Gaming to Power NetBet IGaming Platform

In Summary:

Push Gaming signs content partnership with NetBetBoth companies have a strong focus on EuropeNetBet is happy to roll out Push’s titles in several prominent markets

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Push Gaming, a supplier of igaming content to casinos, has delivered its range of games to NetBet, a prominent operator in the United Kingdom, Romania, and elsewhere in Europe. As a result, a number of Push Gaming’s player-focused titles will now be available to NetBet players. Those include games such as Big Bamboo, Fire Hopper, and Jammin Jars.

Push Gaming’s Titles to Appear on NetBet

NetBet will debut the titles on its platforms in Romania and the United Kingdom, to begin with, following with additional rollouts in the Dutch gambling market next. Commenting on this opportunity, Push Gaming head of sales Fiona Hickey said that the company was happy to be expanding with yet another operator.

We’re delighted to maintain our recent record of partnering with tier-one operators, with NetBet being testament to our continued European expansion.

Push Gaming head of sales Fiona Hickey

Hickey noted that the opportunity presented by NetBet is appreciated by Push Gaming which is happy to be providing content for a gambling brand that has strong ties across Europe. NetBet’s PR manager Claudia Georgevici said that Push Gaming’s titles were some of the best the company could hope for and as such, it represented an important move forward for NetBet. She added:

Its content will fit in perfectly with the diverse range of quality entertainment we have to offer our players.

NetBet’s PR manager Claudia Georgevici

Push Gaming has had busy few months so far. The company consolidates its position with United Remote in Germany and it agreed to offer its range of titles to the 888Casino platform in the United Kingdom in January.  Push Gaming continues to up its product roadmap and has been working on some promising new titles as it has sought expansion in Europe.

Author: Ian Douglas