BetGames has taken the next step in its European development by inking a “landmark partnership” with Kaizen Gaming, which will see the live dealer and betting games provider bring its goods and services to Greece.
Players will be able to access a variety of BetGames titles, including the operator’s recently relaunched Lotto offerings and Wheel of Fortune.
Players will also get access to additional games offered by the organisation, such as Bet on Poker, War of Bets, and 6+ Poker, a variation on Texas hold’em poker.
This is the latest in a long line of important agreements signed by BetGames in recent months. It is scheduled to go live soon with a number of other operators, with further information expected in the coming weeks.
Maintaining growth momentum
Aiste Garneviciene, BetGames COO said: “Maintaining our recent growth momentum is vital for us and our move into Greece is helping us capitalise on that.
“It’s been a long time coming and we couldn’t be happier that Greek players will be able to start enjoying our wonderful products. With a whole host of re-vamped games, we’re ready to take the country by storm with some of the best live dealer and betting games available globally.
“It’s been a big year of us so far, and after all the hard work and investment we’ve put into our company, we’re now in the ideal position to make the absolute the most of our latest expansion.
“Our partnership with Kaizen Gaming will no doubt prove to be the first of many big-name announcements in the region.”
Kaizen Gaming is currently active in a number of European countries, including Greece and Cyprus under the Stoiximan brand and Germany, Portugal, and Romania under the Betano brand.
Kaizen Gaming’s live casino manager, Christos Mavridis, added: “We have a thriving domestic market in Greece and as one of its leading operators, we need to have the best products on our platforms.
“We, at Kaizen Gaming, continually improve our products and services to offer the best experience to those who trust us for their entertainment and BetGames’ range of hugely popular titles will suit the Greek market perfectly. We’re delighted to have them on board.”