Push Gaming is “determined” to capitalise on its acquisition by LeoVegas Group’s investment arm, LeoVentures, a subsidiary of MGM Resorts International.
LeoVegas’ acquisition of Push Gaming was confirmed at the beginning of September, with the slots developer confident that the agreement will help it continue to grow globally.
Commenting on the acquisition, James Marshall, CEO of Push Gaming, said: “We’re extremely proud of the tireless work put in over the years that has allowed us to reach this position as a company.
“The acquisition is a testament to the talented team we have built along with their skills and industry insight that have led to where we are today.
“While our ownership may be new, Push Gaming will be managed independently by the same leadership and our commitment to creating the ultimate entertainment in gambling games remains unwavering.
“We’re more determined than ever to ensure that we deliver the very best content that stands the test of time and drives traffic for our operator partners.”
Push Gaming’s “player-first ethos toward slot development” has seen the supplier create titles such as Razor Shark, Jammin’ Jars and Big Bamboo, while gaining a market presence across Europe as well with the likes of Bet365, Entain, Tipico, Betway, Betsson, Svenska Spel and Sky Bet.
“Having the likes of MGMRI and LeoVegas Group behind us is going to open a whole new level of opportunity for us to put our content in front of even more people in a greater number of places globally and this prospect excites us massively,” Marshall continued.
“It’s business as usual but with an added spring in our step and even wider horizons than before as we take Push Gaming into this new exciting chapter.”