1X2 Network expands its US reach through new agreement with PokerStars

May 10, 2024
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The two hope to repeat their European success in the US.

UK-based iGaming provider 1X2 Network has signed a new deal with PokerStars to expand its footprint in the US. The agreement follows a recent partnership the company formed with Light & Wonder.

PokerStars players throughout the US can now access games from 1X2 Network, including Wolf Strife and Eagle Strike from Iron Dog Studio. Players can also try out Crashout Maverick from Ad Lunam, the first aviation-themed crash game to debut in Michigan.

However, this is not 1X2 Network’s first collaboration with PokerStars. The duo has worked together on providing slot games to players throughout Europe. 1X2 Network said that taking the successful partnership to the United States was the “logical next step.”

1X2 Network CEO Kevin Reid said that the company’s collaboration with PokerStars falls in line with its desire to offer players the best experience possible.

He commented, “This new deal with PokerStars Casino reflects our commitment to delivering top-quality games to players around the world. With our recent launch in Michigan just this April, it is exciting to see an increasing demand for our content from US casinos.

“This partnership with PokerStars marks an exciting opportunity to further introduce our games to this exciting market.”

PokerStars Head of Casino Tyler Matthews echoed similar sentiments and said the company is eager to team up with 1X2 again.

Matthews said, “At PokerStars Casino, we are constantly striving to offer our players the best gaming experience possible.

“Having worked with 1X2 Network before, we are certain that this new deal will provide our players in Michigan with even more gaming excitement and variety.”


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