Gaming software developer Tom Horn has unveiled a new partnership agreement with Balkan Bet, which will see the firm go live in Serbia’s regulated market.

Continuing its recent period of strong commercial growth, the organisation is striving to deliver “quality content to leading operators and aggregators around the world”.

Anja Kablar Crnoglavac, operations manager at Balkan Bet, explained: “Tom Horn Gaming has cemented its reputation as one of the most reliable and innovative igaming software providers in the industry, and we’re delighted to have rolled out their portfolio of superb video slots. We’re certain their games will prove a hit with all Balkan Bet’s players.”

Under the terms of the deal, Tom Horn is to supply Balkan Bet with a collection of “highly popular titles,” including 243 Crystal Fruits and Book of Spells, in addition to more recent releases such as Frozen Queen and Wild Weather.

Ondrej Lapides, Tom Horn Gaming chief executive officer, added: “Going live with Balkan Bet is another milestone in our mission to tap into regulated markets, and this partnership is in line with our strategy to continue our expansion.

“We’re positive that Serbian players will enjoy our content, and our games will find a new dedicated audience that will keep on coming back for more high-quality entertainment we offer.”

This follows a similar deal signed recently alongside ProgressPlay, which has seen a selection of titles go live across the white label provider’s online casino brands.

Itai Loewenstein, CEO at ProgressPlay, explained: “Tom Horn Gaming has enjoyed an impressive growth in recent months, and we are thrilled that their games will be available to players on our brands.

“Their rich portfolio with titles, featuring the latest cutting-edge graphics, engaging gameplay and interesting storylines, will be without doubt a valuable addition to our slots library.

“We are always looking to team up with the most forward-thinking and creative games suppliers on the market, and Tom Horn Gaming certainly fits the bill.”