Malta- and UK-licensed B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has added a new operator to its ever-growing list of clients that offer its games to players across key markets.
The company this week announced that it has signed a content supply deal with Rhino Entertainment to provide the operator’s newly launched Casino Days brand with access to its gaming titles.
Under the terms of the recently sealed partnership, Push Gaming content has become available to Casino Days. The deal covers hit Push Gaming titles such as Razor Shark and The Shadow Order as well as recently launched slot Mystery Museum.
Rhino Entertainment is the latest operator to have gone live with content from the fast-growing iGaming provider. Push Gaming has seen a period of strong growth since the beginning of the year and particularly after the acquisition of online gambling technology provider Game Server Integrations (GSI).
The move enabled Push Gaming to scale up delivery of its content directly to its operator partners and propelled the company’s transformation from a boutique game developer to a full-service supplier of software for the online gambling industry.
In late January, Push Gaming announced that it has obtained licenses from the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority that paved the way for the supplier to offer its products in the lucrative UK market as well as multiple other jurisdictions.
Partnership Enhances Push Gaming’s Market Position
Commenting on their latest content supply deal, Push Gaming CEO James Marshall said that signing this partnership with Rhino Entertainment has further enhanced his company’s position in the market and has offered the content supplier the opportunity to “continue the strategic expansion which has always been a focal point for the team at Push Gaming.”
Mr. Marshall went on to say that Casino Days is “a fantastic new online casino brand” and that they are looking forward to offering its fast-growing player base access to their suite of gaming titles.
Push Gaming has been constantly expanding its games portfolio, which currently comprises more than 20 online slots, including the latest release Mystery Museum – a 5×3, 10-payline slot that invites players to embark on a mysterious tour around a museum that is filled with artifacts, each having its own story of the past.
Rhino Entertainment Managing Director Ross Parkhill added that they want to deliver a great player experience at Casino Days and that “having all the best and most immersive gaming content is key for us.”
He went on to say that the addition of Push Gaming’s slots to their existing offering “has already proved a great move” and that they are looking forward to a successful business relationship in the future.
Casino Days has also recently gone live with content from Playson and Relax Gaming, among a number of other major providers.
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