Reevo taps into streaming with Livespins integration


Livespins has confirmed its latest content partnership after agreeing to integrate Reevo’s complete suite of proprietary games into its live-streaming platform. 

Through the deal, Reevo games will become available to Livespins’ team of slot streamers who can broadcast themselves playing the titles as viewers back their bets to get involved in the action. 

The partnership has also been formed as a two-way agreement, meaning that Livespins’ content hub will be distributed to Reevo’s network of affiliated operators. 

Michael Pedersen, Chief Commercial Officer at Livespins, stated: “This deal with Reevo is an important one for Livespins. Not only does it allow us to add more quality content to our growing portfolio of slots for our streamers to access for their streams, but it also increases the distribution of Livespins to more operators than ever before. 

“Content is the foundation of any good stream, and we go to great lengths to partner with the best providers in the business, a club that Reevo is very much a part of. Our streamers will absolutely love firing up the reels on its proprietary and third-party games and using them to thrill and excite their audiences. 

“Of course, we also look forward to seeing Reevo’s operator partners add Livespins to their lobbies and for them to tap into the huge appetite for casino and slot streaming content.”

Included in Reevo’s content offering, Livespins’ streamers can now play slot releases such as Crazy Crocs, Wolf Wild, Super Goals and Reels, OktoBeerFest and Spartan Shields. 

Petra Maria Poola, Head of Sales at Reevo, added: “Livespins is an entirely new way for players to experience online casino and they can now do that while enjoying the edge-of-the-seat experience that each of our in-house slots has been designed to provide. 

“We are also excited to be able to bring a fun, compliant streaming product to our operator partners for the first time. This will help us to continue to stand out as a game aggregator with a difference.”