Slots and mobile game producer Push Gaming has revealed that it would join forces with William Hill in a new content agreement that will make its portfolio of slots available to the operators.
Push Gaming’s series, such as Jammin ‘Jars, The Shadow Order and Razor Shark, will be distributed into its own website as well as its wide range of titles, including new updates that will follow in the coming weeks, under the terms of the collaboration agreement.
Push Gaming chief executive James Marshall said: “William Hill is a titan of the industry and we are delighted to be supplying them with a selection of our games. The first batch includes some of our most popular ones, and we look forward to adding more titles over the coming months.
“Our products have proven to be hugely popular with players all over the world and we believe they will be a big hit with William Hill’s player base too.”
This latest deal continues the two-year journey of Push Gaming which saw the firm aspire to become a “key” developer of online slots.
Push Gaming recently revealed that it had put pen to paper on a deal to supply GVC Holdings with its full suite of igaming games, prior to the William Hill link-up.
The integration, revealed at the beginning of the month, took place via the supplier’s own website, allowing players access to a range of the company’s “hit” launches at brands including Ladbrokes, Coral and bwin.
We’re delighted to announce yet another key partnership!
Our growing portfolio of innovative games may now be found on @WilliamHill ?
— Push Gaming (@push_gaming) April 9, 2020