First Look Games will enable affiliates to access HITSqwad’s action-packed jackpot titles
11th July, 2022, Grand Baie, Mauritius – Challenger games studio HITSqwad has partnered with leading affiliate platform First Look Games as it prepares to unleash its debut Jackpot Theme, FIRST STRIKE.
First Look Games is the ultimate platform for game studios to connect with iGaming affiliates and over 20 million casino players around the world. It gives publishers in the affiliate space access to game information, assets and content on the latest slots before anyone else. By connecting game developers directly with the publishers who promote their content to players, it increases the volume, quality and compliance of game marketing.
Formed by a team of industry veterans, HITSqwad’s vision is to become a Market Leader in the supply of both Jackpot Technology & Jackpot Games to the Online Gaming market.
The studio’s eagerly awaited debut jackpot games include the military themed BRAVO MISSION, and the Viking inspired RAGNAR, both of which are packed with action in the form of freespins, win multipliers and tiered bonus and jackpot features.
It’s the first of several completed HITSqwad games that will be released to the market via the Playzido Network in the coming months.
Interested affiliates can sign up, free of charge, at firstlookgames.com to learn more.
Charl Geyser, CEO of HITSqwad said: “We’re delighted to partner with First Look Games. HITSqwad is committed to working with the highest-quality partners to enable the entire industry and players to get the best from our exciting product range. The initial two games are locked, loaded and ready for action, and there are many more in the pipeline. Registered affiliates can see them first at First Look Games!”
Tom Galanis, Managing Director at First Look Games said: “HITSqwad are a really exciting new games studio and we’re thrilled they’ve chosen First Look Games. We think they’re going to make a real splash in the market, and we want to help them do that by delivering maximum exposure for their games.”