Betsson Adds Hacksaw Games to Library

Internet casino group Betsson has announced that they've entered into a content agreement with Hacksaw Gaming and will add the developer's games to their library as a result.

The agreement will see Hacksaw's growing casino game offerings being offered at all of Betsson's brands, which includes NordicBet, Betsson, and Betsafe. The games are going to be deployed through the Relax Gaming platform, which features a bevy of different developers. Hacksaw is known for their scratchcards, which feature top prizes of up to €500,000.

The games are being integrated now and will be available in the very near future.

Commenting on the deal Betsson Managing Director of Casino Brands Joey Hurtado said, "We are always looking to add new innovative content to our portfolio and Hacksaw Gaming's great range of scratchcards is the perfect complement to our already high-quality offer, further confirming our commitment to provide the best Casino experience in the industry."

Hacksaw Gaming COO Marcus Cordes added: "Our latest partnership with such an iconic name in the industry continues to prove our strength and status and shows Hacksaw Gaming are a reputable provider.

"We are delighted that the quality of our product has been recognised by Betsson, who have shown great enthusiasm towards the partnership. It's clear that players want variety and operators are recognising the huge potential of this exciting new vertical."

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21 May 2019 - 5:11pm

Wow..are the scratchcards popular these days or what 👎 , it's a massive business here but I mean the real paper scratchcards not the online version.
I guess when you promise people they could win up to €500,000 from a single card there will be many (can't say players, can I?!?) who'll be ready to scratch their cards all day long, the most widespread form of gambling these days doubt the most stupid one too.

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