R. Franco Digital, R. Franco Group’s digital division, has signed an agreement with leading gaming and sports betting partner GAMING1, in a move that further enhances both companies’ growing worldwide appeal and development.
The deal gives GAMING1’s customers access to R. Franco Digital’s extensive catalogue of hit games such as Time Lab, Fortune Jungle and Magic Jewels, as well as R Franco Digital’s range of EGR-shortlisted award products and services, including its IRIS platform.
Likewise, GAMING1’s catalogue of 120+ in-house games are to be incorporated into R Franco Digital’s Spanish operator brand, Wanabet.
One of the gaming industry’s largest operators, GAMING1 operates more than 20 online gaming brands with land-based partner operators in Spain, Portugal, France, Serbia, Peru and Colombia.
With shared operations set to start in Belgium, their strategic partnership will extend to Spain (with circus.es), as well as Colombia (with zamba.com), with Malta to also follow.
The partnership is to further expand R. Franco Digital’s footprint as it enhances its presence across global regulated markets – following recent deals signed with the likes of Dafabet, 1XBet and BetConstruct.
Javier Sacristan, Director of R Franco Digital, said: “Working alongside a company as well-established as GAMING1 is the perfect way to deliver our immersive range of games to a growing global client base.
“Both companies share a strong land-based heritage with a proven track record for bringing operators into the online domain. We look forward to pooling our years of experience together to deliver one of the industry’s most efficient betting operations.”
Sabri Tekaya, General Manager at GAMING1, said: “Spain’s legendary gaming company needs no introduction, and we’re delighted to be signing a deal that will broaden both company’s international reach.
“Starting with our home market of Belgium, we plan to scale our shared operations together across Spain, Colombia and Malta – and I am fully confident that this will be the start of a long and productive business relationship.”