Developer Push Gaming has announced a content agreement with operator MrQ in the United Kingdom.
Under the agreement, Push Gaming has launched its catalogue of video slots with MrQ Casino. The collection of games includes popular hits like Fat Rabbit and Razor Shark, as well as recent titles like Deadly 5 and Space Stacks.
The partnership between the two firms helps expand Push Gaming’s player reach across the United Kingdom while also bolstering MrQ’s portfolio of games, which includes content from studios like Play’n GO, Pragmatic Play, and Games Global, formerly Microgaming.
The news comes as Push Gaming continues to expand its player reach worldwide by striking similar agreements with other operators, including Sky Vegas, Coolbet, NetBet, Svenska Spel, Superbet, the Comeon Group, and more.
Fiona Hickey, the Director of New Business and Markets at Push Gaming, said in a statement: “We are pleased to be working with MrQ having secured this latest partnership.
“Our fan favourite titles continue to be extremely popular with players within the UK and the wider European marketplace and we are thrilled to continue gaining momentum in this important jurisdiction.”
A spokesperson for MrQ added: “Push Gaming’s high-quality titles have a long history of being slot enthusiast go-to for both entertainment and engagement.
“We are excited to be welcoming the provider onto our platform and delivering recent hits like Space Stacks and popular titles such as Jammin’ Jars to our players and in turn bolstering our slot offering.”