Gamingtec hails ‘important’ BGaming integration to drive its ‘wider efforts’

NetGaming has inked an agreement with Livespins to become the latest studio to join the streaming platform’s roster.

Online casino solutions provider Gamingtec has lauded the production line of BGaming’s portfolio as the two combine to sign a content agreement. 

Through the partnership, Gamingtec will add 70 online slot and casino titles to its platform offerings, labelling the content as “highly engaging and entertaining”, with the provider’s customers gaining access to games such as Fruit Million, Aztec Magic Megaways, and Lucky Lady Moon. 

“BGaming’s approach to game development is unique and this can be seen in the highly engaging and entertaining slots that roll off its production line,” explained Sapar Karyagdyyev, Founder at Gamingtec. “With their bold designs, authentic sound and thrilling gameplay, it is no wonder many go on to top the charts.

“For this reason, it was important for us to integrate the developer’s suite of games into our portfolio, allowing our operator partners to offer their players yet more quality online casino content.

“It is deals such as this that are driving Gamingtec forwards and helping us to become the preferred casino platform provider of choice among operators in markets around the world.”

In addition, Gamingtec stated that the introduction of BGaming forms part of the company’s “wider efforts to curate the largest portfolio” of online casino content in the sector. This move, the provider claims, will allow its operator partners to “stand out” from their rivals. 

Marina Ostrovtsova, Executive director at BGaming, added: “It is a great honour to have integrated our games into Gamingtec’s portfolio and for our titles to be added to the lobbies of its operator partners.

“We are on a mission to deliver highly entertaining player experiences and that is why we develop content based on the idea of converting gambling into gaming. It has proved to be a successful approach and now Gamingtec’s operators and their players can see what all the fuss is about.”

The link-up with Gamingtec follows on from BGaming’s recent integration with iSoftBet towards the back-end of February that it claimed “opened a lot of opportunities”.

Moreover, February also witnessed Gamingtec move further expansions to its product offering as it partnered with RubyPlay, incorporating 60 online slot and casino games from the supplier, including its flagship slot Mayan Cache.