Online gaming operator Betway has become the newest firm to be added to the collaboration roster of 1X2 Network after inking a agreement to merge the slots and RNG games portfolio of game developers and content aggregators.
The collaboration will see first-time release of games from the developer’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries to Betway players in controlled markets.
Anthony Werkman, CEO at Betway stated: “We are always looking to strengthen our portfolio with quality content and in that regard 1X2 Network, with its Iron Dog Studio and 1X2gaming brands, is the perfect partner, allowing us to add more diverse and unique games.
“This is a great addition to our offering and allows us to continue to differentiate Betway with our players through the varied and quality content we offer.”
Titles including Pirate Kingdom Megaways, Megaways Jack and Battle Maidens as well as Blood Queen and Rainbow Wilds will be part of the partnership. The deal also offers Betway access to additional content that is installed on the 1X2 RGS network.
Kevin Reid, 1X2 Network’s chief commercial officer added: “Betway is one of the largest internationally recognised brands but one that resonates particularly well with our team.
“As sponsors of West Ham, Betway is ingrained in our local community with our offices just down the road from the football club’s East London training ground.
“Betway has become an established operator in regulated markets around the world, and we are delighted to be able to offer our content to its players.
“Our games have proved time and again to engage players and deliver an unrivalled experience, and we are delighted to be working with an operator with the stature of Betway.”
This new agreement follows 1X2 Network rolling-out last week’s latest expansion of its distribution platform, with all of its igaming suite to be integrated with Singular casino and sports betting technology supplier.