On the heels of its content distribution deal Australian innovator, Big Time Gaming (BTG), premier online bookmaker and casino operator, Betzest, has agreed a commercial deal with game development studio Evoplay Entertainment.

The recently inked agreement will see the online casino at Betzest.com further grow its offering to encompass the developer’s complete suite of slots.

We are always looking to improve the Betzest™ Casino product for our players.”

Under the terms of the deal, the Ukraine studio‘s 60-title collection of popular slots, such as the ancient Egyptian-themed, Legends of Ra, Football, The Legend Of Shaolin, Robin Hood, Egypt Gods, Great Wall, Basketball, Clash Of Pirates, Talismans of Fortune, Four Aces, American Roulette, the latest in 3D + VR technologySprinkle, and many more, are included in the transfer.

Substantial growth:

Betzest’s online platform launched early last year and had already offered a portfolio of well over 1,700 mobile-friendly video slots courtesy of earlier content integration deals inked with the likes of Pocket Games SoftHabanero Systems BVWazdanPlayson LimitedRed Rake Gaming and Booming Games Limited.

In a recent press release, Founder and Chief Marketing Officer for Betzest, Marius Filip, said…

“In a highly competitive sector our goal with every casino provider is to straighten our Casino vertical and modernize the player experience through innovative gameplay.

“We are always looking to improve the Betzest™ Casino product for our players and we trust that their fully 3D / VR, highly innovative and entertaining slot games will play an important part in making Betzest™ this year’s leading casino operator.

“We’ve had an tremendously fruitful 2019 already, with a remarkable collection of world-class casino providers on the way, I’m certain the best is yet to come.”

BTG deal:

As mentioned, the Curacao-licensed domain recently entered into a similar distribution deal that will see it integrate the full collection of real-money video slots from Sydney-headquartered BTG including its popular Extra Chili, Who Wants To Be a Millionaire, based on the popular British quiz show, and Bonanza games featuring the Megaways mechanic.