Pixelo and Endorphina Partner Up

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Italian betting group Pixelo has announced that they've signed a content distribution agreement with Endorphina, and will be working to distribute the latter's games to their iGaming customers throughout Italy.

The agreement will see Endorphina's slate of games, which includes the likes of Hell Hot Dice, Cash Streak, and the newly-launched Joker Ra, being deployed to casino clients in the country.

Pixelo is based out of Rome, and was established in 2016. The company employs around 30 people, and it works with the likes of Evolution, iSoftBet, IGT, and others. Endorphina was founded in 2012 and is based out of Prague, in the Czech Republic. It holds licences in Malta, Greece, and the Isle of Man, allowing it to distribute its games throughout large swaths of the world.

"We are very happy to have Endorphina among our suppliers and we are confident that this new partnership will bring significant benefits to our customers," said Pixelo CTO Antonello Corbo. "The agreement solidifies Pixelo's determination to offer a software platform that is increasingly oriented towards innovation in the iGaming Industry, providing a complete and updated portfolio of integrated games, capable of involving and intriguing the most demanding bettors."

Endorphina Sales Manager Khadija El abi added: "We at Endorphina are thrilled about this new partnership! Since launching in Italy, we have been focused on delivering high-quality casino experiences to players. This collaboration with Pixelo has been an essential move in pursuit of our mission, and the addition of another renowned Italian brand demonstrates the high regard for our content in Italy."

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