iGaming content provider CT Interactive has announced a new deal with Italian operator MondoGaming, a move set to expand its presence in Europe. Under the terms of the agreement, CT Interactive will supply its Italian partner with 20 games and 3-level jackpot certificated for the jurisdiction.
“Our strategic plan is to increase our market share in Italy, and we find MondoGaming as the perfect operator for this goal. We are confident that this is the start of a long and prosperous partnership,” said Milena Tsankarska, Head of Business Development EMEA at CT Interactive.
Lachezar Petrov, CEO of CT Interactive, added: “Since last year, when we received a certificate for Italy, we have collaborated with a few of the most successful operators in the country and we continue to do so. This shows that our products are well-received there and we are very proud of that fact.”
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— CT Interactive (@interactive_ct) December 15, 2022 For his part, Matteo Dimatteo, CEO of MondoGaming, commented: “We are excited about this new collaboration with CT Interactive. It will certainly bring new benefits for both parties.”
CT Interactive currently offers its clients what it describes as “a versatile catalog of highly successful 200+ HTML5 games,” available on every platform via mobile, desktop or tablet, attractive Jackpot concepts and a white-label platform.
The games are certified for 17 markets, and CT Interactive regularly releases new slot titles, “creating content that appeals to different players.” The games include various mechanics, offered in different categories such as Classics, Adventures, Egypt, Asian, Myths, etc. The titles are live with over 900 online casinos globally.
Back in September, the provider further widened its presence in the Italian market through a new partnership with Octavian Lab that sees the supplier’s games deployed “to numerous casino brands.”