This week in B2B news (5 April)

All of the latest news from the supplier side of the industry, including updates from STech, Design Works Gaming and Gaming Corps
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BGaming lands Latam partnership with Salsa Technology

BGaming has landed a content partnership with Salsa Technology to bring a selection of its games to a wider Latam audience.

The games provider’s titles will be added to Salsa Technology’s platform to allow operators in the region access to a range of games.

Paulina Hovar, BGaming sales manager, said: “Salsa Technology is a well-established supplier across Brazil and, indeed, Latam as a whole, so we are delighted to provide some of our games to its customer base.”

Eliane Nunes, Salsa Technology head of marketing and sales, added: “BGaming’s presence is growing exponentially in the region, and it is therefore essential for us to add some of their most popular games to our ever-changing offering.”

GR8 Tech promotes head of global sales to CBDO

GR8 Tech has promoted Yevhen Krazhan to become the supplier’s new chief business development officer (CBDO).

He will oversee several functions, including business development and account management, as part of his new position.

Krazhan most recently served as the company’s head of global sales

Speaking on his move, Krazhan said: “I am very excited about the opportunity to have a deeper impact on GR8 Tech’s development strategy as CBDO.

“I am grateful to the management for their trust and am determined to lead the company and our customers to new heights of success in markets around the world with our high-performance sportsbook-driven platform and services,” he added.

Design Works Gaming heads into Ontario with Caesars

Design Works Gaming (DWG) has launched its content in Ontario via its long-standing partnership with Caesars Digital.

The launch in the Canadian province comes hot on the heels of DWG’s move into Pennsylvania with Caesars last month.

Troy Zurawski, DWG CEO, said: “Launching in Ontario has been a moment we’ve eagerly awaited at DWG, and we could not have asked for a better partner than Caesars Digital to make it a reality.

“Working with the entire Caesars Digital team has been an amazing experience. We’re honoured that they’ve entrusted us with the opportunity to build custom games with the iconic Caesars brand, and Caesars Digital shares our passion for producing the best online casino products on the market,” he added.

Gaming Corps nets Fortuna Entertainment Group deal

Gaming Corps has partnered with Fortuna Entertainment Group (FEG) to bring a series of titles to the Central and Eastern European operator.

The deal will see Gaming Corps’ games, including Jet Lucky and Coin Miner, go live across FEG’s five markets.

Mats Lundin, Gaming Corps sales director, said: “I’m immensely proud to partner with another renowned and leading operator in Fortuna Entertainment Group. This has been a monumental year for Gaming Corps and we are delighted to add another prestigious name to our partner list before it ends.”

Myke Foster, FEG head of commercial gaming operations, added: “As a leading operator in Central and Eastern Europe, we are always hoping to boost our offering with the best games available, and that ties in perfectly with what Gaming Corps can provide.”

STech to trial four-day working week

UK-licensed operator STech is set to trial a four-day working week with full pay for the remainder of 2024.

The London-based firm, which also has a hub in Malta, already offers its staff full-time remote working, unlimited annual leave as well as other benefits.

Edward Mackrill, STech CEO, said: “It’s about treating employees like adults; judging them on their performance not the number of hours sat in front of a computer, and encouraging a healthy work/life balance.

“To support this trial, there will be an increased focus on automation and using the very latest technology to improve our existing workflows,” he added.

Relax Gaming bolsters Hungarian presence

Relax Gaming has expanded its footprint in Hungary after penning a deal with LVC Diamond Kft.

The partnership will see Relax Gaming supply its slot titles to the operator’s online vegas.hu brand.

Nadiya Attard, Relax Gaming CCO, said: “We are delighted to partner with the operator and integrate our slots content with vegas.hu. Working alongside LVC Diamond Kft allows us to collaborate with leading brands in regulated markets to maximise visibility of our content.”

László Siba, LVC deputy director of online, added: “We pride ourselves in delivering the most cutting-edge experiences to our audiences. The integration of award-winning content from Relax will only enhance our offering.”

Pragmatic Play links up with Hommerson Casino

Pragmatic Play has partnered with Dutch operator Hommerson Casino to bring its slot portfolio live with the firm.

Pragmatic Play titles including Sugar Rush and Sweet Bonanza will be made available to players on the newly launched platform for the land-based legacy operator.

Irina Cornides, Pragmatic Play COO, said: “We are thrilled that Hommerson Casino has ventured into igaming with Pragmatic Play’s award-winning slots content. The operator has a long-standing history in the Netherlands, which is a key regulated market for us.” 

Remco van den Berg, Hommerson Casino CEO, added: “We are confident Pragmatic Play’s diverse slots portfolio will resonate strongly with our players’ preferences and drive significant engagement. This is an important step for us as we make our mark in Dutch igaming, and we look forward to a successful partnership with Pragmatic Play.” 

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