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High 5 Games announces integration into Online Casino Ground

High 5 Games has announced its partnership with compliant casino, Online Casino Ground, the largest casino affiliate in the (newly regulated) Dutch market.


Listed by Casino City as 2020’s top affiliate portal site, Online Casino Ground, the Dutch iGaming platform, aims to introduce its players to licensed casinos and slots. 

This partnership will enable High 5 Games to display its services on one of the Netherlands' most popular affiliate portals; a premium selection on

Players will be able to explore games including, but not limited to Retro Riches, Quadruple Da Vinci Diamonds and Way Out Wilds. A developer page from High 5 Games will be available to anyone. This allows clients to search the company, its history and experience, and of course, the games list.  

Lauren Gazneli, Director of Client Partner for High 5 Games, said: “As we continue to put our games in front of more eyes and expand across Europe, partnering with the Netherlands’ top affiliate is the perfect fit. We look forward to a successful partnership with Online Casino Ground."

Matej Tomic, Online Casino Ground Business Development Manager, commented: “We are looking forward to seeing High 5 Games across the licensed operators in the Netherlands.

"Current operators in the Dutch market should consider a variety of games, therefore we believe High 5 Games as an early newcomer will attract many players. We are proud to highlight their games on our portal and highlight innovative gaming to our visitors.”

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