Adjarabet Begins Offering EGT Digital Games

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Georgian betting operator Adjarabet has announced that they've added games from developer EGT Digital, bringing all 70 of the company's games to their betting site as a result.

The deal will see all of EGT Digital's being added to the casino, including the likes of the new xRide, Zodiac Wheel, and Karnak Treasure. The games will be playable on desktop and mobile platforms, and compliment the existing suite of games from the likes of Playson, EGT, Amatic, NetEnt, and others. Adjarabet was founded in 1998 and is based in Tbilisi. The company operates online and land-based betting businesses in the country. Adjarabet was purchased by Flutter Entertainment in 2019, taking a 51% stake for £110 million.

"EGT Digital's games offer great bonuses and high chances of winning in combination with a rich variety of themes, which makes them very attractive to our customers," said Adjarabet Head of Online Casino Avtandil Oboladze. "I am confident that they will rank among the favourites of our visitors, and we look forward to seeing the next propositions of the Bulgarian provider."

EGT Digital Head of Sales Tsvetomira Drumeva also commented, adding: "We are very happy that in a short period of time, we have been able to prove ourselves as a stable and trusted provider in the country and Adjarabet's decision to integrate the whole gaming content of ours to its high-rated online casino is a convincing proof of this".

"I believe that our titles will demonstrate excellent performance, including xRide, which recently has been introduced for the very first time. It received positive feedback because of its innovative concept according to which the winnings are generated by an increasing multiplier and the players are able to track in real-time the results of the other participants."

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