New York-based independent casino games provider, High 5 Games (H5G), has entered into a global content distribution agreement with leading online gambling company bet365.

Under the terms of the enhanced partnership, the British operator will advance its online casino offering via direct integration with Vault, the supplier’s gaming platform, adding top-performing H5G slots such as Triple Double Da Vinci Diamonds,  Way Out Wilds, and the mining-themed titleGoldstruck.

we’re thrilled to have secured this new global agreement that will take our partnership to the next level

In a move that further expands the international reach of the supplier, customers of bet365 all over the world, including the US and Europe, will now have access to the NYC-headquartered developer‘s portfolio.

Dedicated support:

Additional terms of the agreement will see the gambling firm receive dedicated account management support from the provider’s Malta team following the opening of its new offices in Sliema.

Having its games made available to all of the customers of one of the world’s leading online gambling companies further demonstrates the increasing popularity of H5G’s online and mobile content, as its award-winning slots are live across a broad range of operators.

Chief Executive Officer for High 5 Games, Anthony Singer, stated in an official press release

“We’ve been working alongside the team at bet365 since 2015 and we’re thrilled to have secured this new global agreement that will take our partnership to the next level. Directly integrating our games will prove highly beneficial for the operator, as they’ll be able to launch our new games more efficiently. We’re looking forward to delivering new and exciting games to bet365 in the coming months.”

Thundering Buffalo update:

In addition to recently receiving approval to enter the real money gaming market, courtesy of a newly-granted B2C license Type 1 by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), H5G launched its latest online slot, Thundering Buffalo Jackpot Dash.

The latest addition to the provider‘s “tentpole games strategy,” the updated version of Thundering Buffalo, released in 2011, is powered by H5G’s new Oracle engine.

Built on Google’s AI and machine learning frameworks, the new platform allows operators to trigger game features and promotions based on an individual’s behavior, honing the manner in which players receive relevant offers.