Game developer Hacksaw Gaming has announced a partnership with online casino and sportsbook operator ComeOn.
Hacksaw Gaming announced the news this week, revealing that it had signed a deal with the online casino operator under which Hacksaw Gaming will provide ComeOn with its complete selection of 32 scratchcards, three video slots as well as its future video slot releases.
The partnership between both brands grows Hacksaw Gaming’s player reach as an up-and-coming game developer while also expanding on ComeOn casino’s selection of casino games. What’s more, the games will also be made available at ComeOn-operated online casinos such as CherryCasino, EuroLotto, Hajper, GetLucky, and more.
Johan Olsen, the Head of Casino at ComeOn, said in a statement: “We are always looking to add new content across our brands and Hacksaw Gaming’s diverse range of scratchcards and slots perfectly embodies our commitment to our players in bringing them the latest and innovative releases.”
Marcus Cordes, the COO at Hacksaw Gaming, added: “ComeOn are known as one of the best online casinos with a wide array of games so we are very pleased to have another strong operator on board as one of our partners and we look forward to increasing our content on their platform as our portfolio grows.
“We are always looking to expand on our game portfolio to new players and teaming up with casinos such as ComeOn ensures that we are continuing to grow and reach our targets for the upcoming year. We are looking at collaborating with more quality partners in 2020 and believe that this is just the beginning.”
The news comes following Hacksaw Gaming’s rapid expansion and success last year. Over the last twelve months, the firm has continued striking agreements and partnerships with various software providers to enhance its player reach ahead of the launch of new games.
Last December, Hacksaw Gaming struck an agreement with Royal Panda and the month prior, a partnership with White Hat Gaming. Other online casino and gambling operators Hacksaw Gaming has partnered with include Wildz Casino, LeoVegas, Interwetten, and Multilotto.
What’s more, Hacksaw Gaming was granted a UK Gambling Commission license in October last year, allowing it to provide its games to UK-facing casino operators.
Hacksaw Gaming COO Marcus Cordes said at the time: “This is a huge step for us as a company, the UKGC is known to have strict regulations to comply with so having the license granted to us represents a significant milestone. In just under a year we have managed to secure both MGA and UKGC licenses and this is just the start. Our sales team will now be focusing on branching out to UK-based customers and gaining as much exposure as possible.”