Push maintains its stride toward 2022 with ComeOn linkup

Push maintains its stride toward 2022 with ComeOn linkup

Push Gaming’s content will be delivered by ComeOn Group following the signing of a new collaboration deal between the two. 

Push Gaming – ComeOn Link-Up

Push’s player-first video slot titles, such as Jammin’ Jars 2, Fire Hopper, Bison Battle, and the upcoming Big Bamboo, will become available to ComeOn’s players in regulated markets such as Germany, Sweden, and other Scandinavian nations as part of the arrangement.

It is noted that “maintaining this momentum and reproducing it in other significant worldwide areas is critical for expansion ambitions this year, and with the success, our games are experiencing, we’re excited about the prospects for 2022.” 

The pact is the latest in a slew of agreements announced by Push in the first few weeks of 2022, including those with 888 and 32Red.

Quotes from the Press Release

“It’s been a busy first few weeks of the year for our European growth,” Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming, observed.

“It’s a pleasure to have the high-quality games that Push makes available to our users,” stated Cristiano Blanco, chief product officer at ComeOn Group. This success as a studio mirrors our own, and with titles like the Jammin’ Jars series, Razor Shark, and its upcoming titles, we’re excited about the quality of content we’ll be able to exhibit with such a player-first supplier.”

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