Tom Horn Gaming has announced an expansion of its offering within Europe, after revealing that its content is now available to players in Lithuania on

The entity, which is owned by Swedish online gaming organisation Betsson Group, the operator is to gradually gain access to a variety of Tom Horn content, including Hot Blizzard, 243 Crystal Fruits and Book of Spells.

Ondrej Lapides, chief executive officer at Tom Horn Gaming, said of the new partnership: “This is further evidence that our content is in high demand among players in Lithuania, and we’re delighted to have joined forces with such an acclaimed brand like I believe that with this latest partnership we will further grow our presence in the Baltics.”

Tom Horn was the first online casino supplier to enter the Lithuanian market, with the partnership in line with the supplier’s long-term strategy to further expand its footprint in the Baltic regulated markets.

Kaido Ulejev, managing director of the Baltics at Betsson Group, added: “Tom Horn Gaming is a modern-thinking company, that has built a reputation for developing beautifully designed games, that are packed full of intriguing features, complex math and mechanics that players love.

“The company has a well-established presence in Lithuania and we know that our casino offering, featuring Tom Horn games, is strongly positioned among players in the market.”

Last month Lapides spoke to CasinoBeats on a number of issues, including the extensive slot production process, how to stand out and the importance of selecting the correct partnerships.

Concerning company ambitions for the immediate future, it was stressed: “2018 was a landmark year for Tom Horn Gaming. We signed partnership deals with an array of tier-one customers and expended in regulated markets.

“We are always setting ourselves new challenges as a brand in terms of growth and revenues, and 2019 will be no difference. Our highly experienced team will continue to create titles that enjoy positive reviews from players and operators.

“We will strengthen our presence in regulated markets, expecting more high profile operators and distribution platforms to go live as we continue to keep up the momentum.”

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