Hacksaw Gaming expands in Portugal with Solverde.pt

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Hacksaw Gaming expands in Portugal with Solverde.pt

Hacksaw Gaming celebrates another remarkable milestone with the launch of its latest market venture alongside Solverde.pt in Portugal.

From now until April 30th, Solverde.pt will exclusively feature its captivating content, promising an exciting journey ahead for players.

The cherished titles like Wanted Dead or a Wild, 2 Wild 2 Die, R.I.P City, Le Bandit, and more are now proudly showcased in the Hacksaw exclusive section of the Solverde.pt platform. Portuguese players can finally indulge in the immersive Hacksaw experience, exploring a rich selection of games that epitomize its inventive mechanics and breathtaking visuals.

Américo Loureiro, Director of Solverde.pt, remarks:

Hacksaw has been eagerly awaited by Portuguese casino enthusiasts, and we are committed to meeting market demands and delivering what our customers desire. We are thrilled to introduce this pioneering studio to Portugal for the first time and are confident it will be a resounding success.

As part of the Solverde Group, with a legacy spanning over 50 years, Solverde.pt was established in 2017. They are dedicated to offering the most extensive casino portfolio in Portugal, prioritizing the excitement of casino gaming while upholding the highest standards of quality and safety.

Marcus Cordes, CEO of Hacksaw Gaming, is certain that Portuguese fans will be thrilled with this new launch, stating:

Expanding our games into yet another flourishing market is what motivates us! Cheers to a promising partnership and to the teams who have made this possible.

With this recent launch marking the company’s third new market entry in the past month alone, Hacksaw Gaming’s mission to introduce its collection to players worldwide is swiftly becoming a reality.

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