Malta headquartered casino games developer Synot Games is showing no signs of slowing down, as the firm announced the latest stage of its European expansion strategy.

Debuted it’s games in Lithuania via a “landmark” deal alongside TOPsport in June, Synot followed it up earlier this month by going live on the Swedish regulated market, in a combo of manoeuvres that sandwiched content-based deals alongside online operators NetBet and 777.

Denmark has become the latest nation to welcome Synot content, after completing all necessary legal requirements and enhancing its presence across regulated territories further still via the certification acquisition.

The gaming supplier is now to debut through both existing and new operators in Denmark, which is regulated under the Danish Gambling Act, with its portfolio that boasts in excess of 40 titles, available in 24 languages and live in over 70 online casinos.

Ivan Kodaj, chief executive officer at Synot Games, commented: “We’re happy to strengthen our market position in Scandinavia. We see a great potential on the soaring Danish market and are excited to add another flag on our success map.”

Officially licensed via the Malta Gaming Authority, and certified across several European regions including the UK, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Portugal, the firm is to launch its content via agreements alongside a number a key Danish operators.