BF Games has gained access to Tornado Games’ igaming portfolio to support the content offering of its recently launched aggregation platform, BF HUB.
Launching the aggregation hub to “offer our reach and share our expertise with new and rising star studios”, BF Games can now offer its operator partners a whole host of Tornado Games titles, with 22 slots to its name.
Rok Hribar, Senior Account and Project Manager at BF Games, explained: “Having achieved substantial growth in terms of markets and the number of operator partners, we wanted to offer our reach and share our expertise with new and rising star studios developing exciting content by launching BF HUB.
“Tornado Games is the perfect partner and by joining forces we can provide our operators with yet more quality content that allows them to stand out from their rivals by delivering an edge of the seat player experience.
“This is a great deal for both Tornado Games and BF Games, and we are incredibly excited to see its slots land in the lobbies of our operator partners.”
One of the first suppliers to utilise the reach of BF Games newly launched aggregation service, Tornado Games has integrated its full roster of slots, including Centurion Super Fight, Party Birdies, Dragon’s Book, Buffalo Nights Hold ‘n’ Spin, Legions of Sparta and Fishin’ Trip.
The partnership will also see Tornado Games’ upcoming roadmap of slot releases offered to BF Games’ partners via the aggregation platform, with Temple of Inti and TNT Mining Mission soon-to-be released.
Thaluana Muscat, Head of Sales at Tornado Games, added: “We consider ourselves to be an up-and-coming studio, and while our slots have already taken the market by storm we want to be able to quickly ramp up distribution so that we can launch them with more operators and engage more players.
“This partnership with BF Games allows us to do just that. The game provider has been busy in recent months, entering new markets and signing plenty of operator deals. We can now leverage this incredible reach and network and continue to scale at pace.”