As a result of the collaboration with BF Games, Winbet’s portfolio will be enhanced with 15 of the biggest moving games that will be integrated into its Bulgarian website. The games will be customised to identify with local and other Eastern European users.
Winbet’s Online operations director Victor Perenovski said that he is delighted to welcome BF Games to Bulgaria: “We’re thrilled to have gained access to one of the best product portfolios in the industry and look forward to hearing what our players think of the new games we have to offer”.
Head of business development at BF Games Claudia Melcaru remarked that the entry to the Bulgarian market is very significant for the company adding “This is yet another big step for BF Games in what has been a resoundingly positive year so far.”
BF Games specialises in the creation of innovative content for the global online market. It also operates land-based slot machines in other European jurisdictions. BF’s premium portfolio of games include top performing titles such as Buffalo Trail, Wild Jack Remastered, Cave of Fortune, Book of Gods, Stunning Hot Remastered, Bonnie and Clyde and Ramses Rising.
The content developer recently entered the iGaming market in Croatia and Latvia. It also announced that it will be expanding its offering to the Swiss iGaming market in collaboration with technology solutions provider Gamanza.
Bulgaria is one of the fastest growing iGaming territories in Europe. Recently the Bulgarian State Commission on Gambling granted licences to a number of large operators and aggregators that include technical solutions providers 3 Oaks Gaming and Wazdan.
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