Valletta-based developer of HTML5 slot games, GameArt, has announced the intensifying of its cooperation with Parimatch through the entering into of a one-year exclusive deal to offer its slot games in Belarus.
The following slot games from GameArt’s portfolio are now available for Parimatch players to enjoy: Nefertiti’s Nile, Hawaiian Christmas, Ali Baba’s Riches, Rosh Immortality Cube Megaways, Dawn of Olympus, Piggy Holmes, African Sunset 2, Mariachi Fiesta, Apocalypse Quest, Diego El Pibe De Oro, and Hawaiian Fruits.
Pavel Chernik, head of gambling products at Parimatch, said: “We are delighted to be able to give players in Belarus access to GameArt’s exceptional variety of HTML5 slots. Despite the fact that the company hasn’t been in the gambling industry all that long, its portfolio contains many excellent games and services.
“Its innovative approach and skill in creating gorgeous graphics allow it to occupy a leading position in the industry”.
On the part of GameArt, Alen Šutić, Regional Sales Manager at GameArt, said: “We’ve already been live in the CIS market for about a year thanks to Parimatch, with which we are intensifying our collaboration yet again via this exclusive deal with Parimatch Belarus.
“The CIS market is becoming ever more important for GameArt and we’re also aware that Belarus has great potential as a regulated market.”
GameArt is looking to further cooperate and strengthen its ties with Parimatch to offer its products in other continents such as Asia and Africa.
Parimatch is an online betting platform that connects emerging markets with the world of traditional and niche betting. It has an established history as one of the leading sports betting companies in Belarus.
Founded in 1993, the company started off as a bookmaker trading out of land-based shops that went on to becoming a cutting-edge online sports betting and gambling technology platform.
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