Igaming firm Endorphina has teamed up with Greek-based GameTech company, Kaizen Gaming.

RubyPlay has hailed a commercial tie-up that it says “further cements” a position among “the industry’s most trusted slot providers” after teaming-up with PokerStars.

This will see the Flutter Entertainment brand integrate the group’s entire portfolio, as well as several new bespoke games, in what becomes the latest expansion of its online casino lobby.

Under the terms of the agreement, games such as Royal Griffin, Diamond Explosion 7s and Shake Shake Money Tree will become available to players in regulated markets across the globe, including Italy, Ontario, Romania, Spain and UK.

Furthermore, the agreement will also see the Malta-based studio develop four bespoke titles for PokerStars in a bid to “further differentiate the operator’s online casino offering”. 

Elaborating on the collaboration further still, RubyPlay has reflected on a “major milestone” amid “strong ambitions” to extend its presence across an array of jurisdictions worldwide.

Trevor Ginsberg, CEO of RubyPlay, said: “PokerStars is one of the world’s leading operator brands and is respected by players worldwide. Closing a deal like this further cements RubyPlay’s position amongst the industry’s most trusted slot providers.” 

In recent news, Spinomenal secured a maiden operator launch within the UK in what was hailed as a “major milestone” by the online casino content provider as PokerStars welcomed an added slots influx.

This came after the supplier gained approval from the UK Gambling Commission in August 2022, which, at the time, saw Spinomenal stress much optimism at “working in this prestigious market”.