• June 13, 2024

Push Gaming Malta Limited bringing its video slots to WilliamHill.com

Online casino games developer Push Gaming Malta Limited has announced the signing of a deal that will see its complete portfolio of video slots made available to players via the domain at WilliamHill.com.

Push Gaming Malta Limited bringing its video slots to WilliamHill.com

The Valletta-headquartered firm used an official press release to detail that the new alliance is initially due to involve its five-reel Razor Shark and The Shadow Order video slots as well as their high-volatility Jammin’ Jars compatriot being integrated onto the United Kingdom and Gibraltar-licensed site. It stated that these are set to be followed ‘in the coming weeks’ by the appearance of its ‘full range of games’ including popular releases Joker Troupe and Immortal Guild.

Rising reputation:

James Marshall, Chief Executive Officer for Push Gaming Malta Limited, used the short press release to proclaim that the union with WilliamHill.com ‘follows a string of chart-topping game launches’ and is destined to further support his firm’s two-year journey ‘from emerging star to online slot power player.’

Read a statement from Marshall…

“WilliamHill.com is a titan of the industry and we are delighted to be supplying it with a selection of our games. The first batch includes some of our most popular ones and we look forward to adding more titles over the coming months. Our products have proven to be hugely popular with players all over the world and we believe they will be a big hit with WilliamHill.com’s player base too.”

Approaching advances:

Push Gaming Malta Limited began the month by inking a similar agreement with British online casino behemoth GVC Holdings, which is behind such domains as Ladbrokes.com, Bwin.com and Coral.co.uk, and moreover declared that its portfolio of video slots has been ‘designed to provide an immersive and engaging mobile experience’ that is to soon be complemented by ‘a wealth of specialist games, platform feature innovations and in-game mechanics.’