Independent casino games provider High 5 Games has lauded a “strong period of commercial growth,” after reaching a new content distribution agreement with The Stars Group.

H5G has secured the agreement to provide the group’s PokerStars Casino with a range of its “top performing titles,” set to go live across Europe and New Jersey.

The firm cemented its position in the former earlier this year, after gaining the certification of its 100th online slot game in the Garden state.

As part of a direct integration through the supplier’s remote game server, High 5 Vault, a number of titles, including Double Da Vinci Diamonds, The Green Machine Deluxe and Secrets of the Forest will be launched on PokerStars Casino across both regions.

The new partnership will initially see 30 games go live with the operator, with a pipeline of an extra 4-8 new games to be added per month.

PokerStars Casino states that it’s striving to broaden its igaming offering, stressing that the launch of H5G slots provides “a mix of traditional land-based inspired titles and innovative concepts”.

Anthony Singer, CEO of High 5 Games, said of the partnership: “This is a very exciting deal for us. The Stars Group is a hugely respected name within the industry, and we’re excited to have secured this agreement that will see our games go live with its online casino brand.

“Our slots will provide the perfect opportunity for PokerStars Casino to diversify its product offering, which is sure to prove a big hit with its global player base.”

Last week, in a move which will see the creation of the largest online betting and gaming operator globally, it was announced that The Stars Group is to be acquired by Flutter Entertainment, operator of Betfair and Paddy Power via an all share combination.

The approval of Flutter and TSG Shareholders is expected to be sought in the second quarter of 2020. Completion is expected to occur during the second or third quarter of next year.