Hacksaw Gaming announces partnership with Glitnor Group

Hacksaw Gaming has agreed a deal with Glitnor Group to integrate its content with the operator.

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Hacksaw Gaming is a supplier of online casino games in the iGaming industry. Its slots portfolio includes Wanted Dead or a Wild, Chaos Crew and R.I.P City.

The partnership will see Hacksaw Gaming’s full list of slots made available for customers playing through Glitnor Group platforms, HappyCasino and LuckyCasino.

Gabrielle Star, CCO of Hacksaw Gaming, said: “This deal with Glitnor Group will further our reach in regulated markets, particularly in Sweden where our new partner has enjoyed tremendous success.

“Glitnor Group shares our vision for a mobile-first world driven by next-gen technology. We’re excited to showcase some real showstoppers like Wanted Dead or a Wild, R.I.P. City and Chaos Crew to a brand-new audience.”

This partnership will serve to support Hacksaw Gaming’s expansion into the European market. It currently operates in over 20 regulated markets globally.

Glitnor Group is an iGaming operator and games provider that has a focus on the Swedish market. It re-launched LuckyCasino in 2018, which was supported with Trustly’s Pay N Play payment methods.

HappyCasino was the first mobile addition to Glitnor Group's portfolio of online casinos, and was specifically developed for Swedish players.

Sven de Waard, Head of Games, Glitnor Group, added: “We are thrilled to be working with Hacksaw Games to bring LuckyCasino and HappyCasino players the industry's best gaming experience.

“This is an exciting opportunity for us to deliver innovative and entertaining gaming experiences to our customers that they won't find anywhere else.”

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