Push Gaming is aiming to put its content “in front of a significant number of new players” after the igaming supplier linked-up with Play North.
The agreement between the two will see the slot studio solidify its footing in the Netherlands market, with players in the region gaining access to titles such as Mad Cars and Big Bamboo, as well as the firm’s Jammin’ Jars games and its upcoming release Deadly 5.
“We are pleased to be partnering with Play North and its casinos,” explained Fiona Hickey, Head of Sales at Push Gaming. “The agreement puts our content in front of a significant number of new players and I’d like to thank Play North for its professionalism in getting our collaboration over the line.
“This partnership will enhance our presence further in the Dutch market and maintain our trajectory as we continue to grow not just in Europe but in several wider global regions.”
Made possible by an integration via Push Gaming’s RGS platform, the new content will appear in the lobbies of Play North’s brands Kansino, Pikakasino, Rocket Casino and Kiirkasiino, as part of the collaboration.
Daphne Xerri, Head of Casino at Play North, added: “Quality and innovation are two integral parts of our business strategy and welcoming Push Gaming’s extensive catalogue of titles to our platform is an extension of this.
“We look forward to seeing how our players react to Push Gaming’s entertaining and award-winning games now being offered through our casinos.”
This continues a busy 2022 for Push Gaming that witnessed the studio confirm an array of partnerships with various companies in the sector, including 32Red, Scientific Game, Svenska Spel and most recently Sky Betting and Rivalo.