1X2 Network has “significantly increased” its igaming distribution capabilities, after the content developer struck an agreement with Octavian Lab to supply its online casino portfolio.

The partnership will ensure that operators powered by Octavian Lab will be able to offer their players games from 1X2 Network’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries.

These will be made available through the Octavian Lab’s casino hub solution in the Italian market as well as other dot.com jurisdictions. The developer holds certifications in a wide range of markets including the UK, Malta, Gibraltar, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Colombia and most recently Greece.

“1X2 Network and Octavian Lab have both been making a lot of noise in the industry over the past 18 months and this deal unites two organisations dedicated to delivering the best online casino product to operators and players,” commented Jack Brown, director of sales at 1X2 Network.

“It has been a pleasure to work with the Octavian team and we have been able to quickly and easily add our titles to its impressive portfolio. We now look forward to seeing our games land in the lobbies of Octavian’s operator partners and for their players to enjoy the thrilling experience they offer.”

The agreement includes the developer’s suite of Megaways slots which include the chart-topping 1 Million Megaways BC and Megaways Jack, as well as the recently launched Rock the Reels Megaways.

Furthermore, operators will also gain access to 1X2 Network’s non-Megaways titles including Battle Maidens and follow up slot, Battle Maidens Cleopatra, as well as Western Wilds.

Andres Galan, sales manager at Octavian Lab, added: “In 1X2 Network we have a content provider that is just as committed as we are to pushing the boundaries in the quest to offer online casino products and experiences that not only meet but exceed player expectations.

“Its 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio brands are responsible for some of the most in-demand content in the market right now and we are thrilled to be able to offer these games to our operators and their players.”