Triple Cherry has heaped praise on a “major milestone for our business,” after the Spanish slot supplier secured a distribution deal with gambling group 888.

This will see the latter’s 888casino igaming entity house a selection of the studio’s gaming titles, including Mega Chef, Monsters Fear Bullets and Thunder Rock.

Talya Benyamini, VP of B2C casino at 888, commented: “We are excited to be partnering with Triple Cherry to strengthen our product offering for our casino customers.

“Triple Cherry’s exciting and dynamic slots titles will add to our existing portfolio of casino games, helping us to continue delivering on our commitment to offering an entertaining and varied gaming experience for players. We look forward to building on this partnership in the future.”

This becomes the latest in a strong of commercial tie-ups rolled-out by Triple Cherry in recent weeks and months, with 888 following in the footsteps of Octavian Lab, DesafioBet, Dotworkers, and Singular.

Juan Antonio, CEO of Triple Cherry, said: “We are very excited to be partnering with 888, one of the world’s leading online betting and gaming companies. 

“Making our range of quality games available to 888casino customers is a major milestone for our business and will give us further momentum for expansion.”

Earlier this month, 888 reported that during the year’s third quarter ending September 30, 2021, total revenue increased seven per cent to $229.9m (2020: $215.6m), which nudged its year-to-date performance to $758.3m, an increase of 28 per cent from 2020’s $594.7m.

Breaking down this headline figure further, Q3 B2C revenue rose seven per cent to $220.3m (2020: $206.3m), with the firm’s B2B performance up four per cent to $9.6m (2020: $9.3m).

On a YTD basis, B2C revenue increased 29 per cent from $567.6m to $729.4m, with B2B up seven per cent to $28.9m (2020: $27.1m) as the bingo and US operational segments delivered moderate growth.