Push Gaming strengthens Nordics leadership with Paf deal

B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has built on its European footprint by agreeing to distribute its premium games content to tier one operator Paf.


As of today, Paf will offer players Push Gaming’s popular titles, such as Jammin’ Jars, Wild Swarm and Razor Shark, with the full suite of content to follow soon after.


The partnership is set to further cement Push Gaming’s reputation as a major slots player, having seen rapid growth over the past two years on the back of its first-class content, with players in the region also benefitting from both parties’ player-first approach.


Push Gaming’s catalogue is already highly sought after, with the studio live with a host of operators, including Gamesys, GVC and Norsk Tipping.   


Commenting on the deal, Fiona Hickey, Head of Sales at Push Gaming, said, “Paf shares our unwavering player-first approach to casino gaming and we’re excited to deliver our groundbreaking slots to its players across Europe.


The deal will kick off with some of our fan-favourites, like Jammin’ Jars, and these will soon be joined by a regular delivery of content, which will only strengthen our partnership as time goes on.”


Eric Castro, Head of Content, Casino & Games at Paf, added, “We’re always looking to expand our casino content with the most innovative, engaging games around. Push Gaming fit this bill perfectly, and we’re confident our players will enjoy their vibrant, feature-rich qualities.


With so many slots and suppliers to choose from, it’s important we always deliver our player base something fresh and exciting, and we’ve no doubt that this partnership will deliver on both those counts going forward.”


With a quality over quantity approach that has already proven its worth it’s widely expected that Paf’s players, will also take to them.


The studio currently has a wealth of specialist games showcasing innovative features and in-game mechanics in its development pipeline and has ambitious plans to broaden its international footprint in regulated markets in the coming months.


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