Content from online casino game development studio BF Games has gone live on Spinomenal’s aggregator platform, after a new deal was agreed between the two parties.

Following a successful integration process, BF Games’ entire portfolio of titles is now available to the organisation’s global partner operators.

“We are thrilled to add BF Games’ portfolio to our ever-growing platform of content, and are sure that their state-of-the-art games will be a hit with operators and players alike,” stated Nir Ronen, Director of Business Development at Spinomenal.

Amongst the titles now available via the Spinomenal platform are popular offering such as Bonnie and Clyde and Crystal Mania, in addition to the new released Lucky Tropics and Aztec Adventure 3D.

Claudia Melcaru, head of business development at BeeFee, commented: “By adding our portfolio to the Spinomenal platform, we have significantly increased the number of operators and players that will be able to enjoy our games.

“The Spinomenal team has been great to work with, very professional and great guys overall.”

This is the latest in a long line of agreements undertaken by BF Games this year, which began with the awarding of a Malta licence, adding to those already secured in the UK, Latvia and Montenegro.

Enabling the firm to offer products to Malta-licensed operators, it was detailed that this would be provided to operators via BeeFee’s own Remote Gaming Server, which is designed to ease integration and speed to market.

Most recently the company followed up content based deals agreed alongside EveryMatrix and 1XBet with a similar such partnership with Pariplay.

Taking its full slots offering to Pariplay’s operator partners, Trada Casino was detailed as being set to be the first to benefit from the new portfolio of games made available.

Adrian Bailey, general manager at Pariplay, said at the time: “We are happy to add BeeFee to our ever-growing network of partners, and we are certain their broad portfolio of engaging slots will be a hit with operators and players alike.”