Sweden-based Global Gaming has recruited a new wave of content, after entering into partnership with developer and content aggregator 1X2 Network.

The gaming firm has become the latest operator to deploy titles from 1X2 Network and its 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries across its online casino sites, including flagship brand Ninja Casino.

Kevin Reid, chief commercial officer at 1X2 Network, said of the new agreement: “We are thrilled to have integrated our full suite of games with Global Gaming, and to provide their players with access to our thrilling and exciting slots and table games.

“The addition of our content is being supplied through an existing integration with Microgaming’s award-winning platform. The whole process has been incredibly smooth, and we look forward to seeing players access our games and enjoy the market-leading experience they offer.” 

As a result of the integration, players at the igaming brand Ninja Casino will be able to access a variety of new titles, such as Viking Wilds, Faerie Nights and the developer’s latest release, Ritchie in Vegas.

Dirk Camilleri, head of casino at Global Gaming, added: “The secret of our success is that we strive to offer our players the ultimate gaming experience, including by offering the best casino games out there.

“To that end, integrating 1X2 Network’s games was an easy decision to make and the process of adding them to our portfolio has been seamless.”

Last month embattled Global Gaming unveiled a new Swedish facing brand alongside Finnplay, as the firm strives to maintain a presence in its home market despite ongoing struggles.

NanoCasino’s launch marks the first step in its new partnership with the Helsinki-based firm, which was announced a day after Global Gaming’s wholly owned subsidiary SafeEnt received a further set-back.

The company, licensed for its flagship Ninja Casino brand and spellandet.com site within the country, has had its licence revoked by Sweden’s gaming regulator Spelinspektionen.

Two subsequent appeals were launched and rejected by the Administrative Court and its Chamber of Appeal, with SafeEnt, which is seeking injunctive relief to continue operating until a final decision is reached, considering taking its case to the Supreme Administrative Court.