Push Gaming Expands Services

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Betting group Push Gaming has revealed that they're expanding their operations from being a straight studio to also becoming a full service B2B supplier of games.

The move coincides with a fresh logo change (as seen in the story's picture), and comes at the start of industry trade show ICE London 2020. Push will now work to build a gaming platform that will boost product offering and allow it to sign new deals with casino operators.

Speaking about the release Push Gaming CEO James Marshall shared: "Push Gaming's journey over the past decade has been an amazing ride. From humble beginnings as a bootstrap start-up, we're now at the point where we're ready to compete with some of the best in terms of technology supply.

"In line with our transition, we've taken the decision to upgrade our brand identity to reflect our values as a Players First game supplier. Come meet us at ICE to find out more about our exciting plans for the year ahead at stand N6-234!"

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8 February 2020 - 11:49am

It seems like each and every game provider is offering their own platform, so no surprise Push Gaming has decided to go the same route.