Skillzzgaming Joins Betclic Portfolio in Portugal

Skillzzgaming has signed a new partnership with Betclic Group which covers the iGaming market in Portugal. The partnership is facilitated by Pariplay Fusion which will help integrate the content with Betclic Group. As a result, players in the market will gain access to a number of Match-3 games, including Monster Blast, Gems Odyssey, Fruit Blast, and more.

Skillzzgaming Ups the Ante for Betclic in Portugal

Skillzzgaming is building a great portfolio of casual and real money games that are introduced through the dedicated Match-3 portfolio that will now be available for Betclic’s players to explore as they see fit.

The supplier is already a partner to Pariplay’s Ignite program which makes the Fusion platform an easy pick when looking at how to integrate the products. Besides, the studio is distributing its titles in 20 regulated markets already. Skillzzgaming CEO and co-founder Eran Sharar said:

“The launch of our unique games portfolio in Portugal is an important achievement and we are honored that we could do that through the partnership with one of our most valuable partners, Betclic. We are also happy to mark this important milestone along with our main distribution partner, Pariplay.”

Skillzzgaming CEO and co-founder Eran Sharar

Betclic head of casino Geoffroy Villiot was excited at the news as well and he said that adding Skillzzgaming’s titles was an important milestone for the company, too. The Match-3 portfolio was something that Villiot was aware of and happy to see added. He further added that this partnership demonstrated Betclic’s commitment to highly entertaining content and said that the group was proud to introduce this new studio as its latest partner.

Naturally, Pariplay director of partnerships Callum Harris also had a thing to say about the integration. He argued that Skillzzgaming is a trusted partner in the Ignite program and that it has been proven to add tremendous value to operators worldwide. Betclic now stands to benefit from an attractive portfolio of games, Harris concluded.

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