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Slot developer Push Gaming, will provide a full portfolio of titles to lottery betting operator, Megalotto

The partnership will be managed by the Relax Gaming platform which will see players from Megalotto gain access to the slot developers titles such as Jammin’ Jars, The Shadow Order and Razor Shark.

Chief executive officer of Push Gaming, James Marshall, said: “We are thrilled to add MegaLotto to our growing roster of operator partners and for its players to be able to experience the thrill and excitement of our suite of highly engaging slots for the first time.

“Lottery betting is on the rise around the world and by combining the most popular draws with online slots and casino games, we believe Megalotto will achieve great success and we are proud to be a part of its product offering.”

This latest news comes after Push Gaming announced the acquisition of GSI last month as it rolls-out their transformation from games studio to full-service B2B gaming supplier.

Megalotto is a start-up lottery betting brand that offers odds on the largest lotteries from around the world as well as a range of online slots and casino games.

Built on the Gaming Innovation Group platform, Megalotto is backed by a number of industry investors. They are led by an executive team which consists of ex-William Hill, PaddyPower, Betfair, Betsson and GiG senior management.

Grant Williams, chief executive officer at Megalotto, said: “Push Gaming is one of the must-have game developers in any operator’s portfolio and we are delighted to finally be able to integrate its titles into our lobby, particularly its Jammin Jars and Razor Shark slots.

“The Push Gaming team really has cracked the code when it comes to designing and developing slot games with mass market appeal and we believe they will be hugely popular with our players.”

This latest development comes just a day after Malta Headquartered venture capital fund Vereeni Investments had acquired a six-figure stake in Megalotto.