FunFair to get ‘games in front of as many eyes as possible’ via Jumpman

FunFair Games has hailed a “fantastic achievement” as the igaming studio looks to get games “in front of as many eyes as possible” after partnering with Jumpman Gaming.

In what is further praised as a “significantly expanded” UK footprint to be gained as a result of the agreement, FunFair is to take its gaming portfolio live across the group’s roster of online casino sites.

“FunFair Games offers a highly engaging and entertaining portfolio, and we are excited to partner with such a pioneer in this exciting vertical of non-traditional content,” stated Kris Kukula, Managing Director at Jumpman Gaming.

“We constantly look to strengthen our offering and provide players with new and unique products and FunFair Games ticks all the boxes.”

The latest in a string of commercial tie-ups entered into by FunFair will see the group’s entire roster of multiplayer and crash titles become available to the operator’s UK players, including Astroboomers to the Moon!, The Wheel of Steal, Five Ball Fiesta, Dig It and recently launched Hugo: Up and Away. The distribution was facilitated via its partner SlotMatrix. 

Carlo Cooke, Commercial Director at FunFair Games, added: “Partnering with Jumpman Gaming is a fantastic achievement for us and their reach in the UK allows us to get our games in front of as many eyes as possible.

“A well-established and trusted company, we are thrilled to be able to offer our portfolio to their customers in the UK, a key market for our future growth plans.”

Earlier this month, following the release of a maiden branded title in the Hugo: Up & Away crash game, CasinoBeats got the lowdown on a FunFair Games introduction that came about following a partnership with IP holder 5th Planet Games.

In the first of a two part special, Mark McGinley, CEO at FunFair Games, elaborated on the importance of partnering with well known brands, ensuring correct representation and if we can expect similar such moves going forward from the studio.

“Working on branded game titles is a very exciting avenue for us, and this is something we would definitely like to continue into the future, and who knows what the future holds, but we are not ruling out anything,” he said.