Jogo Global Expands Portfolio with ITV Studios Partnership

Jogo Global, a prominent provider of mobile and land-based gaming platforms and developer of game content, has entered into a significant partnership with ITV Studios. This agreement provides Jogo Global with the rights to incorporate intellectual property from some of ITV Studios’ most renowned entertainment brands, including The Voice and Hell’s Kitchen, into its gaming offerings.

This collaboration enables Jogo Global to enhance its Fast Games collection with content from internationally acclaimed ITV Studios shows such as Love Island and I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The Fast Games category, an innovative and rapidly growing segment within the igaming industry, includes a variety of casino games designed for online, mobile, and land-based platforms. These games are characterized by their multiplayer format, incorporating social and community engagement features alongside a diverse array of game concepts like Crash, Double, Mines, Pick, and Pull Tabs.

Jogo Global’s strategic partnership with ITV Studios marks a pivotal extension of its product range, allowing the company to leverage popular entertainment brands to enrich its Fast Games offering. This collaboration underscores Jogo Global’s commitment to providing engaging and dynamic gaming experiences across various platforms within the igaming sector.

David Marcus, CEO of Jogo Global, said: “The start to 2024 has been incredibly positive for Jogo, and nothing has thrilled me more than this hugely significant deal with ITV Studios.

“The Fast Games category continues to go from strength to strength and to be able to build new titles around the IP of shows such as The Voice and Love Island is very exciting. We cannot wait to bring these games to market.”

Steve Watling, SVP Gaming, Global Partnerships, ITV Studios added: “The team at Jogo Global has a track record for taking highly valued IP and combining it with clever concepts to deliver compelling gaming experiences and this collaboration, alongside global operators, will open opportunities in new and established markets.

“We are not only happy to trust Jogo with some of our most valued brands, but we cannot wait to see the games.”

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