News Online 21 Sep 2022
Hacksaw and Superbet partner in Romanian market
By Matthew Nicholson
Hacksaw Gaming and Suberbet Romania have announced a new partnership that will see Hacksaw Gaming provide its portfolio to the Romanian market.
The first batch of games went live earlier this month, as Superbet has already released Wanted Dead or a Wild and Joker Bombs, while the remainder of the year will see further game releases.
Gabrielle Star, CCO at Hacksaw Gaming, commented on the deal: “We are thrilled with the steps our business is taking, specifically our latest collaboration with Superbet Ro!
“Yet another achievement, expanding in regulated markets in the Romanian territory. We hope our new players will enjoy the game portfolio and we look forward to releasing more content in the foreseeable future!”
Meanwhile, Gaming Commercial, Content, and Live Casino manager at Superbet Ro, Nicholas Yu, added: “We are overjoyed to announce this new partnership with Hacksaw Gaming, we are hoping that our players will be drawn to their games given Hacksaw’s rising popularity within the industry and their overall uniquely built slot games. To conclude, a great addition to our existing portfolio and we hope this partnership will thrive within the market.”
Hacksaw Gaming was awarded a licence to operate in Romania back in April, with Marcus Cordes, Hacksaw Gaming CEO, commenting on the award at the time: “It’s another positive move for 2022. We are ecstatic to be able to provide our games to the Romanian market, and we are sure our games will go down well with our new players.
“We look forward to expanding our operations in this market in the coming months, and consolidating our existing markets with new and engaging content.”
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