Push Gaming has signed a partnership agreement with ComeOn Group that will see its content distributed in the operator’s licensed territories.
The deal sees player-first titles such as Jammin’ Jars 2, Fire Hopper, Bison Battle and the upcoming Big Bamboo become available to ComeOn’s players in regulated markets such as Germany, Sweden and other Scandinavian countries.
The agreement is the latest in a series of partnerships that Push has announced in the first few weeks of 2022 with 888 and 32Red already under its belt.
Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming said: “It’s been a busy first few weeks of the year for our European growth and we’re certainly not stopping here!
“Maintaining this momentum and replicating it in other major global territories is key for our growth plans this year and with the success we’re enjoying with our games we’re excited at the prospects for 2022.”
Cristiano Blanco, chief product officer at ComeOn Group, added: “It’s a delight to have the quality of games available to our players that Push provides. Its success as a studio reflects our own growth and with games like the Jammin’ Jars series, Razor Shark and its upcoming titles, we’re really looking forward to the level of content we’re going to be able to showcase with such a player-first provider.”