Bingoal maintains Dutch momentum with Booming Games integration

Bingoal has finalised the second addition of the week to its Dutch operations after disclosing “yet another successful integration” alongside Booming Games.

Under the terms of the agreement, which sees the online casino content supplier follow an alliance with Red Rake Gaming two days ago, the operator will gain an additional wave of content.

Among the titles that will be made available to the operators players are King Cobra, The Mighty Toro, TNT Bonanza, Treasure Vault, The Wild Wings of Phoenix, Legendary Diamonds, Mighty Gorilla, Buffalo Hold and Win, Cash Pig, Pinata Wildz, Go Bananza, and Gold Gold Gold, in addition to additional games in the future.

“Booming Games has developed a selection of highly entertaining and engaging slots that have caught our attention,” commented Dany Salmon, Casino Product Manager at Bingoal.

“We were particularly drawn to the diverse range of themes, mechanics, and graphics offered in their comprehensive portfolio. 

“We are excited to announce that these entertaining games will now be available in our casino lobby, and we are truly pleased to have established this partnership.”

Booming Games vows that its latest partnership “not only unveils a wealth of thrilling gaming opportunities”, but also “represents the commencement of a promising journey”.

Frederik Niehusen, Chief Commercial Officer at Booming Games, said: “We are delighted to have partnered with Bingoal, as they exemplify the high standards we seek in an operator. 

“With over 20 years of experience in providing both online and offline casino solutions, they have established themselves as one of the most reputable brands in the industry. This collaboration is very valuable to us, and we couldn`t be more pleased to have entered it.”

Last month, the Ksa issued a second financial sanction to online gambling provider Bingoal following a further violation within the country.

A fine of €400,000 for advertisements being aimed at young adults (18-24) follows a €350,000 penalty being handed down in February. This came after it was found that “for a number of days in June 2022” players were permitted to access the site without consulting the Cruks self exclusion system.