Maltese online casino games developer Push Gaming Malta Limited has announced that its innovations have been integrated onto domains operated by the Sky Betting and Gaming subsidiary of British iGaming behemoth Flutter Entertainment.

The Sliema-headquartered firm used an official Monday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to detail that its games including the five-reel and 20-payline Razor Shark video slot are now available at sites including, and The innovator pronounced that this arrangement with ‘the biggest sportsbetting content websites’ in the United Kingdom has seen it ‘significantly’ grow its position in this respected and regulated market.

Extensive escalation:

Push Gaming Malta Limited declared that the new partnership with Sky Betting and Gaming is set to allow its ‘player-first portfolio of titles’, which additionally include the Wild Swarm and Jammin’ Jars video slots, to further improve its standing and player base across ‘the largest iGaming market in Europe.’ The developer also disclosed that the fresh alliance follows its inking of analogous arrangements since the start of the year with the likes of, and

Perceptible propulsion:

Fiona Hickey serves as the Head of Sales for Push Gaming Malta Limited and she used the press release to divulge that her firm is licensed by regulators in Malta, Romania and the United Kingdom and offers its portfolio of over 20 online casino games to in excess of 200 domains. The experienced iGaming professional went on to proclaim that the new deal with Sky Betting and Gaming is the latest move in a campaign that has been designed to maintain her company’s ‘growth momentum in both new and established regions.

Read a statement from Hickey…

“We are excited to be partnering with Sky Betting and Gaming in an agreement that will enhance our presence further in the United Kingdom and allow even more players to gain access to our award-winning slot titles. Sky Betting and Gaming holds top-tier status in a key market that will aid in our expansion both locally and across Europe as we continue our global growth strategy.”

Rational reaction:

For her part and the Head of Content for Leeds-headquartered Sky Betting and Gaming, Philippa Ayres, asserted that her enterprise is ‘incredibly happy’ to have agreed the fresh arrangement with Push Gaming Malta Limited and now looks forward ‘to seeing how our players receive its content.

A statement from Ayres read…

“Being a leading operator within one of the biggest iGaming markets means our players have an expectation of quality games that come from a wide portfolio of releases. So, adding Push Gaming Malta Limited’s innovative and player-first titles to our offering will deliver exactly that.”