Religa marks Italian debut with Betflag partnership

Maltese gaming company Religa has announced a new deal with Betflag, which will see it provide the Italian company with 12 new live casino games.

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The games will join Betflag’s 587 other table games, which are available online and in some land-based casinos.

Furthermore, the partnership represents the first time Religa has entered the Italian market – which Gianfranco Scordato, Executive Director at Religa, was keen to highlight: "Our debut in Italy could not have come at a more promising moment.

“Betflag is one of the most successful online gaming companies, and we're confident they will be able to help us make our product even better. We're looking forward to working with their team and dominating the Italian market together."

Meanwhile, Betflag's Casino Project Manager Laviero Saganeiti added: "The twelve new game tables by Religa will enable Betflag to continue providing an exclusive offer for our users.

“Our many loyal players, who are accustomed to playing at land-based casinos in Malta, will be ecstatic about this additional entertainment option of being able to play online at the same tables. Religa’s decision to collaborate with us for its debut in Italy allows us to expand the speciality of the table games that we offer."

The news comes after Betflag also announced a partnership agreement with Amusnet Interactive.

Through the agreement, Betflag will now offer its players a selection of Amusnet Interactive's online casino games. Some of the already available titles are Royal Secrets, 40 Super Hot, 100 Super Hot and 20 Golden Coins.  

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