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Online casino operator Rhino Entertainment has announced that they're adding Push Gaming titles to their Casino Days brand, allowing players the chance to play a series of Push slots as a result.
The deal will see see all of Push Gaming's video slots being provided, which numbered 22 as of the publication of this article. Hit games include Jammin' Jars, Razor Shark, and Mystery Museum. The slots are all playable by punters on desktop and mobile devices, and visuals are generally well-done by the group.
"Signing this deal with Rhino Entertainment has further enhanced our position in the market, and given us the opportunity to continue the strategic expansion which has always been a focal point for the team at Push Gaming," said Push Gaming CEO James Marshall. "Casino Days is a fantastic new online casino brand and we look forward to giving its fast-growing player base access to the innovative suite of titles for which Push Gaming is renowned."
Rhino Entertainment managing director Ross Parkhill added: "We want to deliver a great player experience at Casino Days, so having all the best and most immersive gaming content is key for us."
"The addition of Push Gaming's slots to our new Casino Days' brand has already proved a great move, and we look forward to a successful business relationship in the future."