Malta headquartered Tom Horn Gaming has signed a content deal with OPTIMA, that will see a variety of its titles made available to customers through its partner network.
The online casino software and slot game supplier has entered the partnership with the OPTIMAMGS gaming and sports betting system, provided to operators by the Spanish firm to allow a continuous integration of any third party content that is required.
Tom Horn’s top performing games will be made available to OPTIMA’s customers through the network upon individual integration request.
Marta Nikolova, Commercial director at OPTIMA, commented on the deal: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Tom Horn Gaming as their content will significantly broaden our casino offering.
“During the last months the provider has positioned itself as the leading casino games developer in many European regulated markets, with more to be entered in the months to come and we’re positive our customers will only benefit from this addition.”
This latest deal follows Tom Horn making its entry into Portugal last week, after securing certification to enter partnerships with operators in the region.
Tom Horn’s Portuguese offering includes titles such as 243 Crystal Fruits and Frozen Queen as well as one of its latest additions Sherlock: A Scandal in Bohemia, among many others.
Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming, added on the latest agreement: “OPTIMA has been delivering superb betting and igaming services in Europe and beyond. They’re renowned for utilising the best technology to provide advanced, yet easy to use, flexible gaming platform appreciated by a number of clients.
“We look forward to being part of this award-winning offering, and I’m sure both companies as well as OPTIMA’s operators will capitalise on this partnership.”
Now able to work alongside existing and new Portuguese licensed customers, it becomes the latest compliant jurisdiction Tom Horn has received approval from, following the UK, Lithuania, Alderney, Serbia, Belgium, Gibraltar, Latvia, Estonia, Malta, with multiple new jurisdictions to follow.