Slotegrator expands Europe and LatAm footprint through aggregation deal with studio Barbara Bang

Gaming content aggregator and online gaming solutions provider Slotegrator has announced a new partnership via APIgrator with young game developer Barbara Bang.

Barbara Bang was only founded in 2021, but according to a statement issued on the partnership, its team consists of experienced iGaming professionals “who constantly analyze data and players’ demands to focus on developing quality content.”

The iGaming studio regularly adds new titles to its portfolio that includes slots, table games, and instant games based on traditional classics with “new mechanics and great graphics.”

Among the provider’s marketing tools are free spins, jackpots, bonuses, and tournaments. The tournament prize fund is now €500,000, and Barbara Bang is ready to develop tailored tournaments for operators’ needs, said the companies.

The studio is licensed by the ONJN (the Romanian National Gambling Office) and its games are certified by the Gaming Associates Europe. Thanks to HTML5 technology the games work on any device and support over 80 currencies.

Ayvar Gabidullin, Business Development Manager at Slotegrator

“Barbara Bang pays attention to even the smallest details and makes quality games understandable for players. Multi-platform, HTML5, mobile version and modern technologies allow its team to be on the cutting edge of modernity. Slotegrator is excited about this cooperation,” said Ayvar Gabidullin, Business Development Manager at Slotegrator.

The latest partnership comes as Slotegrator continues its world tour, as the firm prepares to present its latest novelties in five countries in May. Slotegrator has already spent 2023 introducing its solutions to audiences around the world at events in Kenya, India, the UAE, the Philippines, Colombia, South Africa, and the UK, with no signs of slowing down.

This month, the business is going to present its turnkey online casino and Telegram Casino solutions in five more countries: Latvia, Romania, Malta, Serbia, and Cyprus.