B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has expanded its reach in the Netherlands, following an agreement with the prominent operator Fair Play Casino.
The provider’s growing portfolio of releases will become available as a result of the deal, including recent hits such as Fish ‘n’ Nudge and Goat Getter, which will be delivered alongside ever-popular games like Wild Swarm.
Push Gaming will be able to expand its offering across the Dutch iGaming market thanks to Fair Play Casino’s leading position in the country which is bolstered by its land-based presence.
The deal follows other notable agreements Push Gaming has forged in the Netherlands in 2023 with numerous other high-profile operators as the studio continues its global growth.
Further commercial announcements are due in Q4, which will be supported by additional slot releases providing a “strong end to another busy year for Push Gaming”.
Fiona Hickey, director of new business and markets at Push Gaming, said: “Joining forces with Fair Play Casino is a brilliantly strategic move for us. Its significant presence in the Netherlands will help us reach more players than ever before with our market-leading games.
“It’s a deal that gives us a stronger foothold in an important territory and mountains our expansion goals in regulated markets”
Pascal Janshen, business development manager at Fair Play Casino, said: “We are thrilled to add Push Gaming’s portfolio to our content offering. Its games are some of the most exciting in the iGaming industry and it’s a brand that has quickly established a legion of fans around the world.
“We are confident that this success will be replicated on our platform and that our players will gravitate towards Push’s highly entertaining releases.”
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