Mobile first games provider Hacksaw Gaming has followed up a deal agreed alongside Patagonia Entertainment last month, by announcing a new partnership with LeoVegas.

Under the terms of the agreement the Malta headquartered organisation is to see its full content portfolio under the growing instant win category be adopted by LeoVegas, who will roll out the Hacksaw suite across selected markets.

Marcus Cordes, chief operations officer at Hacksaw Gaming, said of the latest link-up: “Launching our portfolio on a leading brand such as, just proves how much potential Hacksaw Gaming has.

“We look forward to working closely with LeoVegas and becoming a valuable part of the company’s portfolio moving forward as we release some very exciting content.

“We strongly believe that there is huge growth ahead of us, and are excited to release more titles with such an acclaimed and recognised partner.”

Hacksaw Gaming states that following a “smooth and fast integration process,” LeoVegas is become the first operator live with the content, after agreeing to take on-board the portfolio.

The new agreement “made possible through the established platform, Relax Gaming,” is to see a scheduled release plan that will see all games being rolled out over the next 4 weeks.

James Ford, head of casino at LeoVegas, added: “We are delighted to be the first operator to offer content from such a young and ambitious game studio. Launching Hacksaw Gaming’s mobile first scratch card portfolio, is an important step for LeoVegas as we continue to diversify the content we offer to our players. With a strong focus on mobile, we believe Hacksaw content has something that our players are sure to enjoy.”

This follows news earlier today that LeoVegas has entered a period of exclusivity alongside Nolimit City, which will see the new Tombstone title go live for two weeks, before a global release across all operators on Thursday 2 May.