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Betaland goes live with GameArt content library

GameArt, a developer for the online and land-based gaming industry, confirmed today that Italian operator Betaland has gone live with its portfolio of slot games.

Under the distribution agreement with OIA Services Ltd, the company that operates Betaland, the brand will have full access to GameArt’s slot games content library, which includes Italian certified games such as Crystal Mystery, Wild Dolphin, Explosive Reels, Gold of Ra and Money Farm.

GameArt CEO Maja Lozej said: “GameArt has achieved continued year on year growth in the regulated Italian market, and we’re thrilled to continue the strengthening of our position in the market by launching our content with Betaland.”

Michele Sprovieri, Managing Director of OIA Services, added: “We are definitely excited to add another casino to our online offer. I am confident that the quality of the GameArt Casino games will bring more excitement to our customer experience.”

With offices in Slovenia, Italy, Malta and Serbia, GameArt’s core technology provides a multiplatform capability, extensive integration options, high-level bonuses and CRM capabilities.

Meanwhile, Betaland continues to push forward with its international expansion strategy, with the firm said to be targeting a number of Eastern European markets, including Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro.

Last month, Betaland announced that it had retained the services of top Italian gaming lawyer Quirino Mancini of Tonucci & Partners, who will consult the operator on entering foreign jurisdiction and its licensing procedure.

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