Malta-based casino software developer Playson has entered into its second content-based partnership of the week, after announcing a new alignment with SuprNation.

Under the terms of the agreement, which follows an Italian expansion undertaken alongside E-Play24, Playson is to integrate its portfolio of content across the gaming operators online casino brands.

Rasmus Hammar, head of casino at SuprNation, said of the new deal: “Playson has since inception earned the reputation for producing high quality content and demonstrated that they are here to stay.

“We’re very thrilled to offer our customers easy access to some of the most innovative games on the market, and look forward to a successful future partnership with Playson.”

The new deal is to see the provider deliver a number of titles, including Vikings Fortune: Hold and Win, Sakura Dragon and the upcoming Solar Queen, as well as its fruit slots portfolio.

Nordics-focused SuprNation currently holds Swedish Gambling Authority, UK Gambling Commission and Malta Gaming Authority licences, with this agreement representing the latest that Playson has signed, helping to extend its reach across the European markets.

Lars Kollind, business development manager at Playson, added: “We’ve been hugely impressed by the work SuprNation have done over the years, and we’re delighted to have signed a partnership with the company.

“Playson is always looking to enter into new markets and this deal helps us to extend our reach further across northern Europe.”

When the CasinoBeats Summit returns to London in September, it will do so with leading game developer Playson as the event’s premium sponsor.

Set to welcome up to 1,000 delegates to Olympia London on September 17-20, CasinoBeats looks certain to significantly expand on its 2018 debut, offering visitors four conference tracks and unrivalled networking opportunities.

Kollind commented: “This will be our first time at the CasinoBeats Summit, and we are very excited to be a part of the event as premium sponsor.”