Per the deal, LeoVegas will have access to OnAir Entertainment’s entire games portfolio, including standard blackjack, roulette blackjack, speed blackjack, auto roulette, 9 Pots of Gold, Streamicon, Eclipse Blackjack and Card Matchup.
This is in addition to any upcoming branded content that OnAir Entertainment releases in the future.
According to the supplier, its partnership with LeoVegas will allow more players from around the world to experience its games portfolio.
OnAir Entertainment Business Development Director Seval Kaya said: “We are proud to begin this thrilling partnership with the leading casino operator LeoVegas Group. We are confident that we will exceed expectations and achieve remarkable results.
“Thanks to LeoVegas' extraordinary expertise and incredible scope, our high-quality portfolio of tailored games is already bringing an immersive experience to many more players.”
Founded in 2020, OnAir Entertainment has made a swift rise in its partnership deals, striking a content agreement with Soft2Bet in October 2022, and entering the Danish and Swedish markets earlier on in the same year.
Elsewhere, LeoVegas has made a busy start to 2023, recently signing ex-Premier League goalkeeper Shay Given as a Brand Ambassador.
Given said of his new role: “I’m delighted to sign for LeoVegas. After many years of playing in the Premier League for some incredible teams and representing Ireland at major tournaments, I look forward to sharing my views and football tips.”
You can read about LeoVegas’ CEO Gustaf Hagman, on Gambling Insider’s Executive Profile page.