Markor Tech accelerates best in class mission via 1X2 Network integration

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Markor Technology has hailed “an important step in our mission to create the best online casino solution” after entering into a “strategic partnership” with 1X2 Network.

This will see the B2B and B2C igaming software solutions provider integrate the latter’s suite of content into its aggregation platform, which will add to a network of more than 6,000 titles from over 75 igaming providers.

Melissa Summerfield, Chief Executive Officer at Markor Technology, said: “We only curate the best content the online gaming space has to offer on our aggregation platform, and we’ve been fans of 1X2gaming’s and Iron Dog’s games for many years, so we’re thrilled to have them on board. This is an important step in our mission to create the best online casino solution on the market.”   

In a bid to maintain momentum on growing its global footprint, 1X2 Network will take its entire suite of titles live under the terms of the agreement.

This will include offerings from 1X2 Network’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio production houses, and will feature games such as Rum and Raiders, Crashout Fireworks, Wolf Strike Hold and Win, and Gods of Asgard Megaways.

Kevin Reid, Chief Executive Officer at 1X2 Network, added: “The Markor tie-up is a good fit for us. We’re both ambitious, exciting companies that innovate through technology and have both seen an enormous amount of growth.

“There’s a lot of mutual admiration, and hopefully we will continue these remarkable growth stories as partners for many years to come.”

Changes in leadership have the ability to derail even the most-efficient operations, however, speaking to CasinoBeats at the end of the past month, Reid shared a belief that his new-found management helped drive the group enter the next chapter.

“The change in CEO was a massively significant move for the company, especially considering that our outgoing CEO, Sean St John, had been with the business since its inception so I certainly felt like I had big shoes to fill,” he said. 

“With that in mind, I also wanted to bring my own management style to the 1X2 Network, which seems to have gone down well with the team and is driving us into the next chapter of our success story.”