Pull Gaming reflects on the “incredible accomplishment” of entering the Greek market online, while Kaizen Gaming is delighted with the addition of a series of slots that have “struck players all over the world”.
The operator will gain access to the portfolio of the igaming provider via its Stoiximan trademark under an exclusive agreement that will last for an initial 8-week period.
“Push Gaming’s slots have become synonymous with offering entertainment-focused experiences that have thrilled players around the world,” noted Vangelis Dedoulis, Director of Product, Gaming & Rewards at Kaizen Gaming.
We are thrilled to be the first operator to deliver Push Gaming’s titles in Greece. Their hits will enhance our content and ensure that our customers have a wide range of entertainment.
The partnership will allow players of Kaizen’s Stoiximan to access the growing suite of titles from the studio, including Razor Shark and Rat King, as well as Jammin’ Jars.
Push Gaming has hailed the Greek move by Betway as a “significant boost” for global ambitions. These have been given a major shot in arm over the past few weeks thanks to alliances with bet365 and Betway. It is hoped that these alliances will lead to additional market expansions and entries.
Fiona Hickey is the Director of New Business and Markets for Push Gaming. She explained that it was an amazing achievement to enter the Greek market just a few months after we launched in Italy.
“Establishing ourselves with the largest gaming provider in the jurisdiction is testament to the phenomenal successes and global recognition that our titles have attained.
The Greek players will be delighted by the catalogue of our hits. It is a microcosm for the success we’ve enjoyed in recent years.
We look forward to bringing our titles to operators and players in another growing area and to seeing how our slots are received by both.
MGM Resorts International has delved deeper into the online casino market after the LeoVegas led acquisition of Push Gaming by the slot maker was confirmed.
After MGM’s announcement in May, CEO James Marshall praised the acquisition as a “huge accomplishment” and confirmed the completion of the deal through social media.