1X2 Network And 888Holdings Collaborate In RNG Deal

Game developer and content aggregator 1X2 Network as announced a collaboration with 888 Holdings that will see the company offer for the first time its RNG games to the players of the firm.

Coming fast on the heels of Leap Gaming and Gaming Innovation Group agreements, players at the company’s flagship 888 Casino igaming brand will now be able to browse a new collection of games.

1X2 Network ‘s Chief Commercial Officer Kevin Reid commented: “We’re delighted to team up with 888 and to deploy our games onto such a well-respected and popular global gambling brand.

“We’re immensely proud of our content offering, and we want more and more players to experience what we have to offer. We’ve got no doubt that it’ll prove a hit with the 888 audience.”

Under the terms of the deal 888 Casino players should now be able to access titles from the 1X2gaming developer and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries which include a multitude of games such as Pirate Kingdom Megaways and Battle Maidens.

Alongside other offerings such as Blood Queen and Neon Jungle, these titles are sold as well as video sports such as Virtual Champions and Virtual Football Pro.

On the link-up Guy Cohen, SVP B2C at 888, said: “We’re excited to partner with 1X2 Network to provide some of its most popular games to our players. We believe that the new titles will help complement our existing offering and will help provide an even greater user experience.”

Online gambling company 888 Holdings promised an increased commitment and activity towards safer gambling earlier in the year, with continuous improvements across three core areas to be felt.

This came as the company released a financial report for the period ending 31 December 2019, which, following record group sales of $560.3 m ( 2018: $529.9 m), saw a 58.3% decrease in pre-tax income to $45.3 m ( 2018: $108.7 m).

Recently introducing its proprietary safe gambling software, it follows 888’s commitment to its new corporate social responsibility framework under its ‘Safer, Better, Together’ strategy centred around the three key focus segments.