BF Games has taken a selection of its portfolio live with Belgian operator Versailles Casino, in a deal which the group says is a “testament to the popularity of our content in the country.”.

The agreement sees the online casino development studio expand its presence across the country, with eleven of its dice slot tiles to become available to Versailles Casino’s customers, including games such as Royal Crown, Stunning 27 and Stunning Hot.

As well as its online casino entity, Versailles Casino also operates three land-based gaming halls around the country.

“We aim to offer our customers the best content on the market through diverse themes and exciting gameplay and BF Games’ portfolio ticks all the boxes, so we couldn’t be happier to introduce their content on our site,” stated Ludovic Lefevre, manager at Versailles Casino.

Further recent action detailed by BF Games has seen commercial tie-ups unveiled alongside content aggregator Slotegrator, Rootz’s casino brands Wildz and Caxino, as well as 888casino, and Digitain. The group’s slot catalogue is now available across the globe with over 100 operators.

Claudia Melcaru, head of business development at BF Games, said of the firm’s latest content roll-out: “Our dice games have gained a big following since we launched in Belgium, and this deal with Versailles Casino is testament to the popularity of our content in the country.

“The Versailles Casino brand is well-established and we are thrilled to be added to their casino lobby and to offer our games to their growing customer base.”

Piotr Szpoton, the company’s CEO, also recently spoke to SlotBeats on how being a part of the LVbet group has enabled BF Games to significantly extend the reach of its content.

“One major benefit was that we got to first try the product internally and improve it before we released the BF Games portfolio to the market,” he says.

“Having data on what players like and being able to compare the performance of our games to other third-party providers also gave us much valued feedback on how our games are doing, what we need to improve, implement and test again.”