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Danish gaming monopoly Danske Spil has announced that they've come to terms with developer Push Gaming and will begin offering the group's games to their customers in the country moving forward.
The deal will give Danske Spil's punters the ability to get in on different slot games like Jammin' Jars, Fat Rabbit, and The Shadow Order. These games are being offered with both desktop and mobile modes open to players. Denmark has grown to become a very large online gaming market in Europe, as regulation kicked in nearly a decade ago and has continued to grow since the date it launched.
Commenting on the deal Danske Spil's Simon Hoffman Riis said, "Push Gaming has been on our radar for years as one of the missing pieces in our otherwise impressive game offering. I am excited to get key titles like Jammin' Jars, Razor Shark and Fat Rabbit live across our platforms, and there is not a doubt in my mind that they will quickly gain traction with our player base."
Push Gaming's Head of Sales Fiona Hickey added: "Denmark is an extremely vibrant market and as such, partnering with Danske Spil, which is the national lottery operator in the country, is a great achievement for us. Getting our content in front of Danish players is another step in our growth strategy and we are confident we can fully leverage the opportunity."