Push Gaming has gained access to key strategic operators via its agreement to team-up with Scientific Games.

Soft2Bet has secured what the casino and sportsbook platform provider lauds as a “another landmark deal,” after aligning with Scientific Games.

The group says that the agreement will allow it to “advance our strategic growth plan,” with Scientific Games to provide its over ten strong network of brands with its range of slots via the company’s OpenGaming ecosystem.

Dylan Slaney, SVP of gaming and digital at Scientific Games, said: “Soft2Bet continues to deliver progressive brand launches which capture the imagination of an audience looking for quality content with a first-rate gamification element.

“We’re looking forward to showcasing our premium slots portfolio to these players in the coming months and years as part of a mutually-beneficial partnership which we expect to go from strength to strength.”

Subsequently, Soft2Bet can now leverage more than 2,000 games through the OpenGaming System aggregation platform, which consists of titles developed by the supplier’s in-house studios, as well as releases from a collection of third-party developer partners.

“We strive to work with the best content suppliers around and there’s no doubt that Scientific Games are high up on that list with one of the biggest gaming footprints around,” said Boris Chaikin, CEO of Soft2Bet.

“The partnership will allow us to advance our strategic growth plan–delivering excellent service levels with quality products to our customers.”

This becomes the latest in a series of key developments for Scientific Games, which last month announced the acquisition of Sydney-based slots studio Lightning Box as the group said that it was looking to make further progress on a quest to become “the igaming industry leader”.

Just days later, the company published its results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2021, during which time consolidated revenue was $880m compared to $539m, up 63 per cent when compared to the prior year period.