1X2 Network expands Colombia presence with Join Games deal
Popular titles from the developer’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries will now be available via the content aggregator for the Colombian regulated market
1X2 Network has strengthened its position in the Colombian market after partnering with powerful content aggregator in the region, Join Games, to further distribute its content to operators.
Under the agreement, Join Games will now be able to offer its partners blockbuster games from 1X2 Network’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries including Rainbow Wilds, Viking Wilds, Faerie Nights and Roulette Diamond.
The deal will also see Join Games offer its operator partners soon to launch titles from 1X2 Network such as 1X2gaming’s I am the Law, which is set for release in May, plus Richie in Vegas from Iron Dog Studio.
1X2 Network has quickly established itself as a top tier game developer by combining stunning graphics with smart math and complex mechanics. Join Games will use this content to provide its partners with even more value and to allow them to stand out from their rivals.
The partnership comes after 1X2 Network received the necessary approvals to launch its games in Colombia back in June.
Kevin Reid, Chief Commercial Officer at 1X2 Network, said: “This is an important partnership for 1X2 Network as it allows us to leverage the reach of Join Games in the Colombian market and to deliver our popular slots and table games to operators in the region.”
Magnus Kolaas, CEO at Join Games, said: “We are always looking to add quality content to our game aggregation platform, so partnering with 1X2 Network to access titles from its 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries was an easy decision for us.
“Its slots and table games have proved to be hugely popular in other regulated markets around the world and we expect them to be just as successful in Colombia. Furthermore partnering with 1X2 also allows us an opportunity to add from its more diverse portfolio as further verticals are regulated in the region.”