The online gaming operator, Global Gaming, announced a new partnership with 1X2 Network, under which the developer’s complete portfolio is being integrated and offered via Global Gaming’s online casinos, including the award-winning Ninja Casino. The agreement includes content from both 1X2 Network’s subsidiaries, 1X2 gaming and Iron Dog Studio.
1X2 Network is excited to reach new players
For the UK-based supplier, the deal means strengthening its position in several licensed markets and delivering its content to wider audience. Famous for its varied portfolio of sports games, table games and high production slots, the company will thus be able to introduce its most popular titles, such as Faerie Nights, Viking Wilds or its latest release, Ritchie in Vegas, to new players and further increase its base of followers.
In a statement, Kevin Reid, Chief commercial officer at 1X2 Network, commented on the collaboration:
“We are thrilled to have integrated our full suite of games with Global Gaming and to provide their players with access to our thrilling and exciting slots and table games. The addition of our content is being supplied through an existing integration with Microgaming’s award-winning platform. The whole process has been incredibly smooth, and we look forward to seeing players access our games and enjoy the market-leading experience they offer.”
Global Gaming continues to grow and diversify its library of gaming content
The online casino operator has become well known and highly regarded for providing innovative and safe gaming experiences as well as revolutionising the online casino industry and making the player experience as smooth as possible. As part of its effort to supply customers with a wide variety of top-notch games, it cooperates with a number of leading gaming developers. The integration of 1X2 Network’s content was thus a natural step in the company’s expansion.
“The secret of our success is that we strive to offer our players the ultimate gaming experience, including by offering the best casino games out there,” Dirk Camilleri, Head of the casino at Global Gaming, explained. “To that end, integrating 1X2 Network’s games was an easy decision to make and the process of adding them to our portfolio has been seamless.”
The operator has been experiencing trouble on home territory
While many companies have been longing to acquire a licence in the newly regulated Swedish gambling market, Global Gaming has been facing problems keeping it as the country’s regulator, Spelinspektionen, has revoked the Sweden-based operator’s license in view of certain shortcomings on the code of conduct. The firm has allegedly failed to comply with anti-money laundering requirements and some of the policies regarding the protection of vulnerable players.
Global Gaming claims that the decision was “unjustified” and that the company was not aware of being incompliant. Even though they continue to battle the situation, trying to maintain their presence in their home market, their name has been already tarnished and they are likely to see a significant damage, no matter what the final outcome will be.