The deal will allow Reevo and its partners to access the collection of BGaming’s innovative products, such as the Probably Fair technology, and supporting cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, more than 90 high-quality titles will be made available to Reevo’s operator network, including games such as Lucky Lady Moon Megaways™, Beer Bonanza, and Elvis Frog in Vegas.
Yaniv Tal, CEO at Reevo, said: “We are delighted to add BGaming content to our platform, as the priority is to make available for our operators a diverse, innovative and high-quality content. The partnership with BGaming is an excellent addition to our portfolio and gives our operators access to BGaming’s unique and creative content.”
Not only does Reevo get to add more content to their platform, but the deal is a win-win situation. BGaming gets to showcase its games to a larger audience, expanding its business and market footprint.
Olga Levshina, Head of Sales at BGaming, said: “Reevo’s aggregation platform provides its users with high-quality iGaming content, and we are pleased to share our collection of games with Reevo’s partners. Teaming up with Reevo is a great opportunity to expand our market footprint.”
Earlier this year, BGaming signed a similar deal with Gamingtec, which introduced their titles to a portfolio already consisting of over 10,000 games. Sapar Karyagdyyev, CEO at Gamingtec, said: “BGaming’s approach to game development is unique and this can be seen in the highly engaging and entertaining slots that roll off its production line. With their bold designs, authentic sound and thrilling gameplay, it is no wonder many go on to top the charts.”
It’s clear that BGaming is making moves and that many industry giants want to team up with them. Partnerships like these are a win for all parties involved, as they result in better products for providers, operators, and players.
In July this year, BGaming was nominated for Industry Innovation of the Year at the 2022 SBC Awards. A year earlier, the Belarusian provider said that they were to “convert gambling into gaming”. Since then, they have been making moves in that direction. BGaming’s software development team created an algorithm that allowed compression of all the game’s graphics with minimal quality loss. This provides smoother gameplay than ever before.
Unfortunately, BGaming fell short. The Industry Innovation of the Year award was won by Betegy, who operates in another field; sports betting. They create automated content generation systems, turning sports data into digital and broadcasting graphics, such as where shots are being taken from, etc.
Despite not winning, the nomination, combined with BGaming’s recent deals with Reevo and Gamingtec, is proof that the iGaming industry recognizes BGaming and wants to participate in what they bring to the table. If this year is any indication of how 2023 will pan out for the Belarusians, they have an exciting year ahead of them. We are excited to follow their journey and hope you’ll tag along.