Espresso Games has announced an expansion of its global reach, after entering into a new content based partnership with online betting organisation 1xBet.
The games developer for online and mobile casinos, stressed that via the partnership agreement it’s to “enrich the offering” of the Eastern Europe focused organisation.
Flaviano Fogli, chief operating officer of Espresso Games, explained: “We are absolutely thrilled to provide our diverse and entertaining games through the formidable 1xBet. This mutually-beneficial partnership falls right in line with our expansion plan to unleash our products on the global stage.”
Welcoming a portfolio of “innovative and player-engaging games and patented slot engines by Espresso Games,” this is the latest in a series of agreements made by 1xBet this year.
Expanding its range of online slot and video bingo games alongside MGA, the company also welcomed content from online slot developer AGames as part of a further distribution deal.
Most recent online casino game development studio BeeFee saw its full portfolio of games go live with the operator.
The integration encompassed all BF Games being made available for 1XBet players, including recent releases Lucky Symbols, Bonnie & Clyde and 3D slot Aztec Adventure.
The 1xBet offering is built on the BetB2B platform, giving the operator a full suite of sports betting and gaming content, with BeeFee, meanwhile, recently gaining a Malta gaming licence, which adds to the licences it holds in the UK, Latvia and Montenegro.
Jane Polushkina, account manager at 1xBet, said at the time: “We are delighted to announce the completion of the integration with such a powerful and fast-growing game provider as BF Games, and are proud to announce that their high-quality games have appeared on our website.
“We are pleased to offer the BF Games portfolio of slots to our growing list of customers and are looking forward to getting the first positive results of our co-operation.
“We are very happy to achieve new goals with the professional BeeFee team on board.”