ESA Gaming is to “significantly expand” its international footprint after the games provider secured an agreement with BetConstruct to add its EasySwipe portfolio to the supplier’s aggregation platform.

This will see operator partners of the latter gain access to ESA Gaming’s growing portfolio of lightweight mobile titles that have been designed to help sportsbooks prolong brand loyalty and add revenue. 

ESA’s swipe-in titles aim to offer bettors an easy way to play casino games within a sportsbook without disrupting the betting experience. The portfolio features classic casino games such as roulette and blackjack as well as Fruit Staxx and Goal Mine.

“BetConstruct offers a premium aggregation platform and work with leading operators across the world and we are thrilled to now add our offering to their impressive casino suite,” Zorica Smallwood, CEO at ESA Gaming, said of the partnership.

“As well as our existing titles, the EasySwipe portfolio will expand with new games this year and we are certain they will be a hit with BetConstruct’s partners and their players alike.” 

BetConstruct, a provider of online and land-based gaming solutions, boasts an aggregation platform which houses more than 8,000 casino games from a range of major third-party suppliers, in addition to proprietary content, and maintains a large international network of operator partners.

Shuk Manukyan, head of marketing and PR department at BetConstruct, added: “ESA Gaming’s portfolio adds new and unique content to our aggregation platform that will appeal to our sports betting partners.

“Our aggregation platform features a great mix of innovative and exciting content and by adding ESA’s games, we further strengthen our offering.”

Earlier this month, ESA Gaming lauded Malta Gaming Authority accreditation as a “very exciting step” and “vital” as the group sought to continue making strides on a global scale.

Emphasising a focus of looking to grow its burgeoning footprint in a host of regulated markets around the world, the provider secured what it lauded as a “landmark” supplier licence from the regulator.