Content Approved: A weekly round-up

With deals being announced every day as organisations expand their content catalogues and global footprint, SlotBeats highlights a smattering of the more interesting stories. This week we take a look at LottoMart linking with Red Tiger, Casino Portugal enhancing its portfolio and True Lab partnering with Hub88.

LottoMart bolsters online offerings with Red Tiger

UK-focused jackpot entertainment operator LottoMart has bolstered its suite of online offerings after rolling-out a partnership with Red Tiger.

In alignment with the operator, the casino game and software provider is to integrate its portfolio of titles to sit alongside Lottomart’s lotto betting and scratch card jackpots.

As a result players can now enjoy the chance to compete for big wins on slots with Red Tiger’s daily drop jackpots network and product suite.

Dennis Diaconescu, chief product officer at Lottomart, said of the link-up: “Life-changing jackpots shouldn’t be limited to lotto betting. By adding Red Tiger’s suite of immersive networked progressive slots, players can win big with an even wider variety of games that follow a familiar, approachable, and engaging format.

Oryx Gaming gone live with Lottoland

Bragg Gaming Group’s B2B gaming solutions provider Oryx Gaming has gone live with Lottoland meaning the firm is supplying its entire suite of online casino titles to the operator’s player base.

Adding to a catalogue of lottery, scratchcard, instant win products and igaming products, the partnership gives Lottoland access to a library of more than 8,000 games from over 80 suppliers, as well as a variety of new releases from Oryx’s content roadmap. 

Matevz Mazij, managing director of Oryx Gaming, stated: “Lottoland is a brand which needs no introduction and will be a key partner as we look to expand our business into new markets. Our diverse portfolio of lottery and casino content will make a valuable addition to its online offering and we are looking forward to a partnership with longstanding success.” 

Casino Portugal enhances portfolio with Synot Games

Operator Casino Portugal has enhanced its game portfolio as it links up with content supplier Synot Games with the latter successfully launching its games with the operator.

This will be the third online casino operator in Portugal to provide Synot Games titles along with BetClic and Nossa Aposta.

Under the terms of the deal, Synot will provide a catalogue of over 50 games to Casino Portugal which includes Book of Secrets, Fruit Awards and Corsair Queen.

António Laranjo, CEO of Casino Portugal, commented: “Casino Portugal is characterized by quality and excellence in its service. 

“After deep analysis of the Synot portfolio we verify that the supplier is aligned with our quality standards, reinforcing the offer to our users for a better entertainment experience.”

True Lab partners with Hub88

True Lab has announced a new partnership with Hub88, an integration platform for the Coingaming Group, which will see the content supplier’s titles go live on and

Under the terms of the deal, and players will get access to True Lab titles such as Startup Valley, Victoria Wild, Mining Factory and HTML5 games including Magic Dice, Chain’s Code, Tony Reels, Pirate Bay and Robby the Illusionist.

Vladimir Negine, head of Hub88, said: “Hub88 and True Labs working together is a perfect partnership; we share a common focus and drive for delivering players innovative, creative and entertaining content.

Rush Street adds depth to roster with Scientific Games

Rush Street Interactive has partnered with US gaming tech organisation Scientific Games to add further depth to its roster of Pennsylvania focused igaming entities.

As a result of the link-up RSI has become the first online casino operator in Pennsylvania to welcome on-board the company’s content, with titles set to feature on the and sites.

Newly launched games include 88 Fortunes, which is lauded as “the most popular slot game on the online casino site in New Jersey as well as a player favourite at Rivers Casinos in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh,” along with Spartacus, Starmania and Mad Mad Monkey.