BF Games has further enhanced its footing within the Belgium regulated market as the slots studio inked an agreement with Napoleon Sports & Casino.

Napoleon Casino has stressed the importance of “always keeping a finger on the pulse” after welcoming FunFair Games‘ portfolio of non-traditional content.

This latest alliance, which follows an array of commercial tie-ups inked by the group, adds Belgium to the FunFair roster of regulated markets as the group looks to make a “significant step forward” in the studio’s “ambitious growth strategy”.

Under the terms of the partnership, FunFair’s entire offering of multiplayer and crash titles are now available to Belgian players, including Astroboomers TURBO!, Hugo: Up and Away and Five Ball Fiesta. 

“We’re always keeping a finger on the pulse to ensure we offer our customers the most in demand content,” said Melissa Deboelpaep, Gaming Content Manager at Napoleon Casino.

“We have followed FunFair Games’ progress for a while and we’re delighted to now be able to offer our customers their library of innovative crash and multiplayer titles that have gained a fan-base across the globe.” 

This distribution agreement in Belgium alongside Napoleon Casino, which is owned by the Superbet Group, has been facilitated via Games Global.

“We’re extremely pleased to add another market to our network, with Napoleon Casino being the perfect partner to make our debut in Belgium,” stated Carlo Cooke, Commercial Director at FunFair Games.

“Launching our non-traditional content with a market leader will ensure we hit the ground running and we have high hopes for this exciting region and look forward to growing our reach together with Napoleon Casino.”

Last 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.