The week in B2B news (13 November 2020)

All the latest news from the supplier side of the industry, including updates from Soft2Bet, Kiron and SportCaller

Blueprint Gaming lands LeoVegas deal

Blueprint Gaming has landed a supply agreement with LeoVegas for the Italian market.

Under the remit of the deal, Blueprint Gaming will bolster its Italian presence by supplying LeoVegas with its range of slot titles.

Jo Purvis, Blueprint Gaming director of marketing and relationships, said: “LeoVegas have a great track record operating our games and we’re delighted to be partnering with them in Italy and providing several exciting titles for their online offering.”

James Ford, LeoVegas head of casino, added: “Blueprint Gaming’s content is highly regarded in the industry and it made strategic sense for us to enhance our Italian product mix with the addition of its hugely popular retail games.”

SportCaller secures Superbet agreement

SportCaller has secured a CIS-facing partnership with Romanian operator Superbet.

SportCaller’s free-to-play sports game portfolio will go live with the operator across Central and Eastern European markets.

Cillian Barry, SportCaller MD, said: “Going live with one of the most valuable operators in the region is a strong statement of intent from us – not just in Romania but also for CIS-facing territories as a whole.”

Adam Shaw, Superbet online MD, added: “We’re delighted to have secured SportCaller’s services in this new deal. The early weeks of this relationship have only bolstered our confidence that the free-to-play vertical will elevate the fun for both new and regular customers.”

Yggdrasil inks Fortuna partnership

Yggdrasil has put pen to paper on an agreement with Central European operator Fortuna Entertainment Group.

Yggdrasil content will go live across Slovakia, Romania and the Czech Republic, including titles such as Hades and Jackpot Express.

Fredrik Elmqvist, Yggdrasil CEO, said: “We are delighted to partner with Fortuna, the largest operator group in Central Europe. Through this deal we will swiftly grow our presence significantly in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania.”

Nicklas Zajdel, Fortuna COO, added: “Yggdrasil has a sterling reputation as one of the premier game providers in the industry so we couldn’t be happier to integrate their content.”

Booongo seals EvenBet Gaming link-up

Booongo has sealed a partnership with software developer EvenBet Gaming.

Booongo’s slot portfolio will be integrated onto EvenBet’s gaming platform which in turn will allow Booongo to expand its international reach.

Sebastian Damian, Booongo commercial director, said: “We’ve signed a number of commercial deals in recent months and are thrilled to have kept up the momentum by securing this latest agreement with EvenBet Gaming.”

Dmitry Starostenkov, EvenBet Gaming CEO, added: “It’s important we keep evolving our platform to offer the best games to our operating partners, which is why we have partnered with Booongo.”

Soft2Bet unveils latest brand

Casino and sportsbook platform provider Soft2Bet has unveiled its latest brand – MultiApuestas.

The Latam-facing brand will join Soft2Bet’s existing stable of brands in the region in the shape of YoYoCasino and CampoBet.

MultiApuestas’ Jose Garcia said: “MultiApuestas is a pioneering concept for the sports betting vertical.

“Combining the best elements of sportsbook and live casino with Spanish-speaking dealers and world class gamification features, we’re very confident that the brand will be a major success in the coming period,” he added.

Kiron expands Scandinavian presence

Kiron has won a tender to supply its virtual sports content to Nordic operator ATG.

The South African virtuals supplier will integrate its full library of titles including ice hockey and trotting to initially launch on ATG’s online channels in Sweden.

Steven Spartinos, Kiron co-CEO, said: “Winning the competitive tender to be ATG’s virtual games supplier is a fantastic achievement for Kiron and our partner in the region and builds on the momentum we’ve gained in recent months as demand for our portfolio has rocketed.”

Christian Erlandsson, ATG head of sports betting, added: “The high-standard and variety of games available through Kiron stood out during the tender process, as well as its robust platform technology, and we are now looking forward to the release on our Swedish online channels.”

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