Betixon Collaborates With Sun Gaming
Author: Joe Kizlauskas
Last Updated: 10th March 2023
Betixon, a mobile-focused developer, has collaborated with Sun Gaming in a partnership that will see its games launched across all of the operator’s brands.
Players at Sun Bingo, Fabulous Bingo, and The Sun Vegas will get access to Betixon’s entire collection of online and mobile slot games as part of the agreement.
Betixon’s co-founder and CTO, Lior Cohen, said: “Sun Gaming is an established and popular online bingo and casino operator with a dedicated and loyal player base, so we are thrilled to have integrated our games into its portfolio for the first time.
“Our slots have been designed to deliver a player experience with a difference. Each title boasts striking visuals and authentic sound, and we have combined this with highly engaging gameplay that has been developed for mobile from the get-go.
“Our Fortune Breakers slot series perfectly captures our approach to game development, and we believe these titles, as well as the others in our portfolio, will allow Sun Bingo, Fabulous Bingo and The Sun Vegas to stand out from their rivals and take player entertainment to the next level.”
Titles included in partnership
Boots of Luck, Age of Halvar, Wild Wolf, Book of Sheba, and Reign of Zeus are among the titles featured in the cooperation. Betixon’s flagship slot series, Fortune Breakers, which includes Fortune Breakers Clash of Steel and Fortune Breakers Instant Win, is also covered by the agreement.
Claire Turnbull, Sun Gaming’s casino manager, added: “We are always looking to add innovative content to our growing slot portfolio and in Betixon we have a developer that is not afraid of pushing the boundaries in search of new and exciting player experiences.
“Betixon is a great addition to our portfolio, and we look forward to seeing players at Sun Bingo, Fabulous Bingo and The Sun Vegas enjoy the edge of your seat thrills its slots provide.”
Operators in regulated markets such as the United Kingdom, Lithuania, Estonia, Italy, Portugal, Colombia, Greece, and Romania can access its titles, with more to come.