B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has expanded its global footprint after entering the Greek market.
The provider’s entry into Greece represents another large European regulated market that Push Gaming has recently launched in, following its entry in Italy earlier in the year.
Kaizen Gaming, which operates under the brand Stoiximan in Greece, is the largest gaming operator in the market and has struck an exclusive deal with Push Gaming to offer its games for an initial eight-week basis.
The deal will see Kaizen Gaming’s players gain access to the studio’s latest hits, such as Razor Shark and Rat King, as well as classics from its vast portfolio, such as Jammin’ Jars.
Push Gaming’s entry into Greece will provide a significant boost to its global expansion plans and follows multiple tier-one integrations with Betway and bet365 alongside additional market entries.
Fiona Hickey, Director of New Business and Markets at Push Gaming said: “It’s an incredible achievement to be entering the Greek market so soon after our launch in Italy. Establishing ourselves with the largest gaming operator in the jurisdiction is a testament to the phenomenal success and global recognition our titles have accrued.
“We’re excited for Greek players to be entertained by our catalogue of hits with the entry serving as a microcosm of the incredible success we have been enjoying in recent years. We look forward to rolling out our titles to more operators within the jurisdiction and seeing the reception our slots receive from players and operators in another growing region.”
Vangelis Dedoulis, Director of Product, Gaming & Rewards at Kaizen Gaming, said: “Push Gaming’s slots have become synonymous with offering entertainment-focused experiences that have thrilled players around the world.
“We are delighted to be the first operator delivering Push Gaming’s titles to our player base in Greece, enhancing our content with their numerous hits and ensuring a rich array of entertainment is available to our customers.”
Eric André and Opera GX bury boring browsers in chaotic rampage
Are you still using that generic, boring, weak-featured browser that came pre-installed on your laptop or device? Then run for cover, because Opera GX – the browser for gamers – and Eric André, comedian, actor and host of The Eric Andre Show, are on a rampage to bury boring browsers once and for all.
In an exclusive new video, an ax-wielding Eric Andre mashes and smashes his way through the most uninspiring, outdated browsers on the internet. Does Eric’s chaotic cull put your current browser in a body bag? Find out in the Bury Boring video, here.
“Pre-installed browsers are the worst. They’re clunky, un-customizable resource hogs that come already loaded on everyone’s desktops and devices – basically, the antithesis of Opera GX. This campaign, by way of Eric André, inspires you to question whether the browser you’re using is actually good or just some BS your system tray inherited. Our money is on the latter,” said Auryn Hiscock, Creative Lead, Opera GX.
Benny Bentham, Creative Director, Waste Creative, added: “The “Bury Boring” concept set out to take an axe to boring browsers. And a chainsaw. And a hammer. And we did it by putting Eric’s anarchic personality front and centre to land our message. The film is horror -anarchy- lols-weirdness all rolled into one. Just like Eric. And the result is anything but boring.”
Compared to Eric’s body bag of boring browsers, Opera GX manifests a variety of next-level features that would put any other generic browser to shame. These include enhanced customization options as well as features like GX Corner, which provides quick access to gaming news, deals, and releases. From improvements such as faster web loading and the ability to control system resources like CPU, RAM, and network usage, to the integration of apps like Discord, Twitch, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Telegram, and Instagram, users are afforded a truly seamless multitasking experience free of annoying lags and other hindrances of older, stale browsers. In short, Opera GX takes your current browser and stomps it into the dirt.
Far from boring, Opera GX allows users to completely customize their entire browsing experience by transforming the way Opera GX looks, sounds, and behaves with various unique and visually appealing MODS with their own sound and video effects. Plus, users ready to join Eric as he bashes and mashes his way through everything boring can check out the custom “GX Man” MOD – a unique browser customization based on Eric Andre’s “GX Man” character. Available free on the GX store, the MOD reflects Eric’s unique style and zero tolerance for boring. With his ax and sledge hammer, GX Man Eric is hell bent on burying all that is boring.
Ready to bury boring and join the Opera GX revolution? Want to bear witness to the destructive final outcome of Eric’s rampage? Visit www .opera .com/gx/bury-boring
OpenBet and OPAP Partner to Deliver Enhanced Retail Betting Experience
Leading Greek gaming company leverages a wide range of betting markets and odds, as well new features, and functionalities, across its retail estate
OpenBet, a leading content, platform, and service provider to the sports betting industry, has extended its long-term partnership with OPAP, the leading gaming company in Greece to deliver an enhanced retail betting experience.
In this new framework, OpenBet’s technology platform and products are now leveraged across OPAP’s retail estate.
The migration involved more than 3,000 OPAP stores across Greece and an estimated 20,000 terminals, which are powered by OpenBet’s full suite of world-class betting technology and trading content.
Established in 1958, OPAP, a member of the Allwyn Group, is the leading gaming operator in Greece and one of the most renowned in its sector globally. As part of its business strategy, the company is seeking to develop a compelling retail betting proposition and provide more options and greater entertainment experiences to its customers.
OpenBet’s platform enables OPAP to offer new features and functionalities to its retail customers. From a back-end perspective, OPAP benefits from numerous software capabilities, including multipricing that allows the company to provide different odds and betting markets across retail and online. The launch of the new retail betting platform follows the successful launch of OPAP’s new online sportsbook, which is also powered by OpenBet.
Jan Karas, CEO of OPAP, commented: “The launch of a new betting platform across a retail estate of more than 3,000 stores was a major undertaking, which was completed successfully thanks to close collaboration between the OPAP and OpenBet teams. We firmly believe that the new retail betting platform will enable us to further enhance customers’ entertainment experience at OPAP stores.”
Jordan Levin, Group CEO of OpenBet, added: “We’re proud to have facilitated the next generation of OPAP’s retail betting offering, particularly so soon after the success of our online launch together. This is a significant milestone for both companies and strengthens our own position as a trusted provider to lotteries worldwide.”
NetBet Enters into Content Supply Agreement with IGT PlayDigital
NetBet has entered into a content supply agreement with IGT PlayDigital, one of the largest and best-known iGaming suppliers. The addition of such a major provider is a stark and tangible proof that NetBet is constantly evolving and not resting on its laurels.
This new partnership is a perfect opportunity to showcase IGT PlayDigital’s high-performing content such as Cash Eruption and Cleopatra to NetBet players in Greece.
Claudia Georgevici, Public Relations Manager of NetBet Greece, said: “We are delighted to announce our content partnership with IGT PlayDigital and offer the company’s excellent services and high-performing games to our players in Greece. It is our simultaneous commitment to ensure that our customers play responsibly while having fun in a safe and secure environment.”
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