1×2 Network has inked an extended partnership deal with the gambling software provider and content aggregator platform iForium. Following the deal, the iForium will have access to more of third-party game studios through the 1×2 Network’s 3PI aggregation platform.
For iForium the deal is significant as it will allow its partners to add more games to their portfolios from gaming software developers registered on the platform apart from games from 1X2 Network’s Iron Dog Studio and 1X2gaming subsidiaries and partners including Leap Gaming.
1×2 says their 3PI game aggregation platform is different and stands out from the competition as it allows online gambling operators seamless access to a list of innovative game developers.
Commenting on the partnership with iForium Kevin Reid, Chief Commercial Officer at 1X2 Network, said: “We are delighted to have extended our already successful partnership with iForium and to provide them with access to some truly incredible online slots and table games from our third-party developers.
As operators look to differentiate their brands via the games they offer players, 3PI provides variety and quality whilst maintaining 1X2’s rich tradition of fantastic service and account management.”
Phil Parry, CEO at iForium, stated: “We have been very impressed with the popularity of 1X2 Network’s proprietary games among our operator partners and their players, so it made perfect sense for us to build on this partnership and take additional third-party titles via 3PI.
As we continue to build out our game portfolio we are keen to add content from smaller, niche game studios that are designing and developing highly engaging and entertaining slots and casino games, and 3PI and its partners offer just that.”
iForium has been expanding its footprint in the online gaming industry forging partnerships with gambling operators across Europe. Last year in November, iForium inked a partnership deal with gaming content supplier Greenttube.
In Spetember 2019, 1×2 Network also made its debut in the Latin American market following a partnership deal with Codere.