B2B suppllier and slot game developer, Push Gaming, has signed a lucrative deal with Flutter Entertainment subsidiary Pokerstars, which will see a wide selection of Push Gaming slots appear on the Pokerstars casino platform.
It is expected that Push Gaming slots and iGaming games will be made available to Pokerstars player base of over 13 million customers in early 2023, but no specific time frame has been officially stated.
This latest deal follows a number of similar commercial supply arrangements made by Push Gaming with iGaming operators such as 888, Kindred, ComeOn and Sky Bet.
Push Gaming’s slots content includes popular titles like Razor Shark and Jammin’ Jars 2, in addition to its popular Fat series as well as more current releases such as Fire Hopper and The Shadow Order.
This iGaming partnership is the latest move by Push Gaming to increase its global reach, following a supply agreement with Lindar Media’s MrQ casino brand.
Speaking about this new deal with Pokerstars, Fiona Hickey, Director of New Business and Markets at Push Gaming, said: “This agreement with Pokerstars is another huge step forward for us. It’s a clear sign that the industry’s key players recognise the quality we have in content creation.
“This year has been incredibly high-yield in terms of the games we’ve launched, the operators we’ve shaken hands with and the markets we’ve progressed in. We’re excited to continue this into 2023, which is already shaping up to deliver more growth,” she added.
Pokerstars is part of industry giant Flutter Entertainment, a leading global operator providing sports betting, casino gaming and entertainment to an estimated thirteen million customers around the world.
Push Gaming has established itself as a leading supplier of slots and iGaming entertainment and their games can be found on operator platforms such as Entain, LeoVegas, Casumo, Betsson, 32red and Sky Bet.