B2B Gaming supplier Push Gaming has signed a partnership with Rhino Entertainment to provide its innovative slot offering to online casino brand, Casino Days
Integrated via Relax Gaming’s platform, a wide selection of titles are now available to Rhino Entertainment, including recent hits such as Razor Shark, The Shadow Order and the soon to be launched Mystery Museum.
Push Gaming’s expanding slots portfolio is designed with both players and operators in mind, and its popularity has seen Push Gaming’s reputation continue to grow rapidly across the igaming sector.
This latest operator partnership further establishes the company’s portfolio as a must-have for operators in regulated markets around the world.
Commenting on the deal, James Marshall, CEO at Push Gaming (seen right), said: “Signing this deal with Rhino Entertainment has further enhanced our position in the market, and given us the opportunity to continue the strategic expansion which has always been a focal point for the team at Push Gaming.
“Casino Days is a fantastic new online casino brand and we look forward to giving its fast-growing player base access to the innovative suite of titles for which Push Gaming is renowned.”
Ross Parkhill, Managing Director at Rhino Entertainment (seen left), added “We want to deliver a great player experience at Casino Days, so having all the best and most immersive gaming content is key for us.”
“The addition of Push Gaming’s slots to our new Casino Days’ brand has already proved a great move, and we look forward to a successful business relationship in the future.”
The studio has gone from strength-to-strength in the first of 2020, signing numerous strategic partnerships with leading operator groups, including William Hill and GVC.
Push Gaming also acquired Game Server Integrations (GSI) at the beginning of the year, giving the developer access to its first UKGC and MGA licensed platform.
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