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Push Gaming and Neo.bet roll out Ontario deal

| By iGB Editorial Team
Push’s critically acclaimed slots portfolio is now available to players in the burgeoning Canadian province.

B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has secured fresh regulated expansion in North America thanks to a new partnership with Neo.bet, providing content for its online casino in Ontario.

The smash hit of 2023, Razor Returns, now graces the screens of Neo.bet’s players, along with established titles such as Jammin’ Jars, Big Bamboo and Retro Tapes. 

Also featuring in the agreement is the studio’s recent launch Hearts Highway and upcoming launches, Samurai’s Katana and the keenly anticipated sequel to one of Push’s most popular games, Wild Swarm 2.

The partnership marks Push Gaming’s latest commercial activity as it continues to ramp up its 2024 expansion in regulated markets across the globe.

Fiona Hickey, director of new business and markets at Push Gaming, said: “Neo.bet is a fantastic example of a slick, contemporary brand and an exciting new operator, so of course we’re pleased to see our content feature on its platform. 

“We’re proud to boast an equally compelling content library that will suit its players and, with our release schedule for this year, the outlook is extremely positive for slots fans in Ontario.

“We have a busy year ahead of us at Push and we’re hard at work with new deals in regions worldwide to match our expanded content roadmap.” 

Simon Erpenbach, head of casino at Neo.bet, added: “Push has one of the most vibrant and invigorating range of slots in the market today so we had to make sure they were part of our online offerings. We pride ourselves on providing the very latest in entertainment for our loyal customers and this partnership with Push fits the bill perfectly.”