GameArt Limit Slots to Launch on BetZest.com
BetZest.com is on a mission in 2019 and that mission is to add as many new developers and games to its website as it can. The slot-heavy online casino has over 1,700 games already and it has now added even more to the mix following a deal with GameArt, a Malta-based gaming studio.
The Curacao-based BetZest.com announced this deal via a recent press release, which was published by European Gaming Media and Events. It stated that the full suite of GameArt titles will soon be made available on BetZest.com, including popular releases such as Gold of Ra, Santa’s Farm, and Thunder Bird.
This announcement comes just a week after BetZest.com signed a similar deal with Pocket Games Soft, one that saw its rapidly growing list swell by 40.
A Growing Roster
BetZest.com was launched in 2018 and has worked hard to please its member base ever since, signing a plethora of deals and adding stacks of games to its portfolio. The GameArt selection of mobile-friendly titles will be added to an existing catalogue of more than 1,700 slots, one that includes games from major developers such as Booming Gaming Limited, Red Rake Gaming, Playson Limited, and Habanero Systems.
There’s a high chance that we’ll see even more deals like this being signed in the coming months as BetZest.com is showing no signs of slowing down and is rapidly approaching that illusive 2,000 number, which would make it one of the biggest online slot locations in the world.
The Chief Marketing Officer for BetZest.com used the official press release to comment on this deal, proclaiming that BetZest.com was a “leading premier” bookmaker and casino operator, one that has greatly improved its reputation in the last year and one that has a very bright future ahead of it.
He added that they have “listened to player requests” and are delighted to be adding GameArt to their list, before finishing by suggesting that there will be more big deals and announcements made in the coming months.
2019 was a huge year for BetZest.com, but 2020 could be even bigger.