Wide portfolio of innovative mobile-first titles now available to operator partners
Platform provider Hub88 has significantly boosted its diverse content offering after integrating Urgent Games’ cutting-edge casino portfolio.
The partnership sees the studio’s suite of 99 casino games made available to Hub88’s operator network, including slots, baccarat, bingo, craps, and roulette titles. In celebration of their 100th game they will be releasing their first Crash Game. Best-performing games include Carnival of Souls, The Time is Meow and Spooky Circus.
Urgent Games currently releases four new games per month and all content is fully optimised for all devices. Founded in 2012, the studio also offers a casino platform with engagement tools and the company claimed Slotswise’s award for Best New Provider in 2022.
The collaboration is the latest in a string of commercial agreements that have seen Hub88 strengthen its product offering with its platform now hosting more than 7,000 games from 80+ global providers. With a powerful back-office, the flexible solution helps operators and suppliers connect to provide premium and high-performing content to players.
Ollie Castleman, Head of Hub88, said: “We are always looking to add new and exciting content to our platform offering and Urgent Games tick all the boxes with a mobile-first approach and a wide selection of innovative titles that are sure to appeal to global operators and players alike.”
Juan Carlos Díaz Dellepiane, Commercial Chief Officer at Urgent Games, said: “We have ambitious growth plans and are thrilled to partner with Hub88 as it enables us to rapidly reach renowned operators and their customers in key markets. We are working hard to expand our portfolio, including with new verticals such as Crash games, and we look forward to introducing our new releases to Hub88’s partners in the near future.”
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