EGT Digital has officially struck a deal that sees it heading into the Romanian market just a few days after signing a major deal!
Namely, the company announced at the beginning of March that it launched its impressive online casino content even further, on the platforms of 4 Skywind sites!
However, the company expands its list of partners yet again by teaming up with another giant!
Reaching Important Audience!
EGT Digital is stepping into Romania thanks to a deal with Betano!
As part of the deal, EGT will supply its new partnership with a selection of engaging and sought-after online casino releases, including 5 single progressive jackpots Rise of Ra, Versailles Gold, 20 Super Hot, 40 Super Hot, and Burning Hot.
The distribution also includes hit releases such as Burning Hot Bell Link, Shining Crown Bell Link, Vampire Night Bell Link, Leprechance Treasury, Dragon’s Realm, and Princess Cash as well as many others!
Plenty of Fantastic Releases Available!
The move marks a major move for both brands…
Tsvetomira Drumeva, Head of Sales at EGT Digital, shared: “The cooperation with Kaizen Gaming through the Betano brand is very important for us and I believe our games will rank among the most popular propositions on their site as our titles have something for everyone. Some of them will appeal to the fans of single games and others are suitable for those players who enjoy having the ability to choose between different options.”
Dimokratis Papadimos, RNG Casino Product Manager at Kaizen Gaming, also commented on the cooperation: “We decided to include the content of the Bulgarian company in our portfolio since EGT Digital is among the top providers, offering gaming products with proven success in numerous markets and our main goal is to provide our customers only with the best. We are very happy that the results so far show that we have made the right choice.”
“EGT Digital and Betano: One more strategic partnership in Romania’’, europeangaming.eu, March 14, 2023.
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