One week after adding over 60 video slots from developer, GameArt Limited, to its portfolio and the online casino at has now announced the signing of a content distribution deal that is to see its offering grow even further to encompass titles from Australian innovator, Big Time Gaming (BTG).

The Curacao-licensed domain used an official Monday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that the new agreement is to 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 and Bonanza games featuring the Megaways mechanic.

Growing selection:

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 Soft, Habanero Systems BV, Wazdan, Playson Limited, Red Rake Gaming and Booming Games Limited.

Original offering:

Marius Filip, Chief Marketing Officer for, used the press release to proclaim that his site is a ‘leading premier online bookmaker and casino operator’ that has quickly established a reputation ‘as one of the most trustworthy and reliable gaming companies on the market.’ He additionally stated that the domain is ‘run by a veteran team of experienced gaming experts’ and offers a ‘unique product and marketing proposition’ that is to now encompass BTG’s five-reel and 20-payline Vegas Dreams and Haunted House video slots.

Read a statement from Filip…

Big Time Gaming is one of the freshest casino providers in the gaming industry right now and we are thrilled to push its innovative slots on This deal is another natural part of our long-term plan to offer players the best user experience and crème de la crème slots from the online casino industry.”