Ontario’s Blazsoft lands partnerships with three European gaming providers

Earlier this year, Blazesoft expanded its reach through its Zula Casino business

Blazesoft is expanding its reach with three new European partners.

The Ontario-based social gaming company has agreed to partnerships with Print Studios, Slotopia, and 4ThePlayer. The gaming providers bring a new catalog of casino-style titles to Blazesoft that are powered by Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet program, which features a collection of studios that have access to the company’s products and services.

“We are excited at the impact the partnerships via Relax’s Silver Bullet program will have on the growth of all Blazesoft brands,” said Blazesoft Head of Strategic Partnerships and Marketing Yuliya Ivanisova. “Strategic partnerships with its players at the forefront will continue to be Blazesoft’s focus in the future.”

Blazesoft has immediately diversified its offerings with its three new partners.

Bitcoin supporter Slotopia offers traditional slot games that also include a modern twist. Print Studio, which builds its games in-house, offers experienced casino players with intensified gameplay options while 4ThePlayer develops on mobile-friendly titles.

Blazesoft steadily building portfolio

Last month, the company saw its Zula Casino business add over 450 gams.

Zula added to its catalog through partnerships with another group of European gaming providers, which include crypto-focused Onlyplay, Estonia-based Gamzix, and Print Studios.

Blazesoft has also expanded its reach in North America through its acquisition of Sportzino.com. The platform offers casino-style games and a free-to-play-social sportsbook. Sportzino has over 200 games and markets, including options for the NBA, NHL, and UEFA.

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