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CT Gaming Interactive expands its online presence in Belgium with Blitz



T Gaming Interactive extended its reach on the Belgium-regulated market, under the latest agreement, and followed integration with The provider of online content has its dice slots live with the online casino.

Martin Ivanov, Business Development Manager at CT Gaming Interactive commented: “We are excited to seal a deal and have Blitz casino as our partner as it is among the most popular online gaming brands in Belgium. We offer a tailored to the operator`s customers selection of games that will keep players entertained longer.” 

Chilli Jester, Dice Woods, 20 Dice Roosters, and Beetle Dice are now available with the online operator.

“The integration also includes a wide array of dice slots that have already proven to be successful and preferred by players as well as an integration of the company`s multi-level mystery Jackpot that guarantees even more enjoyable play,” highlighted the company in a press release.

Henk Wolff, Marketing Manager at Blitz, said: “Having CT Gaming Interactive as a new partner is a huge asset. The refreshing dice slot games such as Chili Jester and Dice Woods have already proven their capability. Our players find these games exciting and with the added functionality of multi-level mystery jackpots highly entertaining”.

“We wish a warm welcome as our partner. Our agreement will further strengthen CT Gaming Interactive`s exposure on the Belgian market with our wide selection of titles that consistently perform well in the market”, continued Ivanov, adding that the deal further expands the company`s reach on the Belgian online gaming market.

A few months ago, a deal gave access to CT Gaming Interactive’s portfolio of dice slots, and the provider`s customer base in Belgium was extended. 

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