BF Games live in NetBet Romania with additional markets to follow
BF Games, the dynamic games development studio, has extended its reach in Romania after launching its content with NetBet in a deal that will also see it enter other regulated markets with the operator.
Romanian NetBet Casino players now have access to over 60 titles from BF Games, featuring a mix of classic fruit slots and innovative new content.
Already proving highly popular with local players are BF Games’ recent hits Buffalo Trail and Book of Gods which offer engaging and thrilling features such as the Cash Mesh Bonus, the Persistent Wild Feature, and in-game jackpots.
The supplier’s best performing titles, Book of Gods, Book of Gates, and the popular Stunning series can now also be enjoyed by NetBet’s Romanian customers. The content is made available to NetBet via iSoftBet’s aggregation platform.
As part of the deal with NetBet, BF Games’ content will also shortly launch with the operator’s UK and .com brands.
The partnership with NetBet sees BF Games significantly boost its market reach and comes on the back off several important deals and certifications that has seen it expand across numerous European markets including Belgium, Croatia, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Sweden.
Claudia Melcaru, Head of Business Development at BF Games, said: “Through this partnership with NetBet we have introduced our growing portfolio to a wide new audience, and we are thrilled to see that our games are already being enjoyed by their customers.
“We continue to focus on developing high-quality content and increasing our reach in regulated markets with prominent operator partners and this deal with NetBet ticks all the boxes.”
Horia Valuch, COO at NetBet, said: “BF Games has a creative and talented team and their slots library delivers great entertainment with a range of themes, mechanics and features on offer. We are thrilled to now have their content in our lobby and with an exciting games roadmap planned for next year, we look forward to a successful partnership.”