Push Gaming Finalise United Remote Deal For German Entry

Push Gaming has finalised an agreement with United Remote, a white label solution provider, to bring its games to Germany.

Players will be able to access the B2B gaming supplier’s iconic games, such as Land of Zenith, Wheel of Wonders, and Jammin’ Jars, on sites like Lapalingo, marking a greater advance into Germany’s upcoming controlled online market.

It will also double as a “shop window” for upcoming Push games like Dinopolis and Jammin’ Jars 2, which will be released in the coming months.

Best possible experience

United Remote’s CEO, Tal Zamstein, said: “We make sure that all our products are of the highest of standards by testing them with care, so they fulfil the demands of both players and operators.

“We use the same standards when working with our B2B partners too and Push Gaming shares the same passion to provide the best possible experiences. We’re honoured to have their content on our platform, available to our clients.”

United Remote’s platform offers the gaming industry accurate and user-friendly solutions, as well as a variety of marketing resources such as Cooladata, Simplify, and The Hub.

Fantastic opportunity for growth

Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming said: “The market in Germany has long been promised and holds much potential so it was vital for us to make sure our content is in the right hands.

“We’re confident that United Remote will provide us with absolutely the right stage, ensuring our range of high-quality games is distributed to their chosen white label partners. This provides us with a fantastic opportunity to grow and cement our already strong position in this new jurisdiction.”

Following the acquisition of its MGA and UKGC-licensed platform in 2020, Push Gaming continues to build on its success as a business, having celebrated its 10th anniversary in October last year.

GVC, William Hill, SkillonNet, Casumo, LeoVegas, The Rank Group, and Gamesys are among the controlled European markets where the supplier is now live.